Originally Posted by rasta4rest
1. If you have already installed GNM Recovery , then it's easy because you can re-root your device via Recovery Mode. No need additional files.
After that , you can change the permission /system/etc/init.qcom.sdio.sh
to rwxrwxrwx [chmod 0777]
to fix your wifi.
2. If not , you can go check HERE
, this method is best solution for your case [i've encountered the same exact problem , now it's solved]. What you need only flashing GNM Recovery for Commando , which you can find HERE
I never figured out how to get gnm installed , if i did I have no idea how to use it
i'm the biggest noob here
and also that file is still chmod 0777
but no go ..
U ised android terminal to remove the su3.1.3 after I screwed the phone up.. so I can get back in with root explore to add the original one posted
and tried everything under the sun after with es explorer and root explorer
I am getting my replacement today ..
and I will wait till I know what 3.1.3 su to use from the start
so I don't screw this one up..
I rooted the first time in a few minutes
but spend hours trying to fix it
If I would of knew more when I backed up with titanium it did not do a system back up , that I needed to use nandroid I would not be in this position
thanks for your reply
ps Im not sure this is the right file
and the other one is locked
not sure if thats the right file either lol