Originally Posted by jvillejoe
Not sure if you have figured this out. Save the unzipped o4xr file to your home/user file. Open terminal, type ls hit enter, and see if it shows up on the list of your main directory.
Once you see the file, type this as follows;
sed -i 's/\s*$//' root-linux.sh
chmod 755 root-linux.sh
[sudo] password for user: enter password
Don't touch the device or unplug while rooting!
After that let it run, and let your phone reboot, and you should be rooted.
Here is a good tutorial for using terminal.
I encountered this upon entering cd o4xr into terminal
levi@******** ~$ ls
Administration Desktop Music out.ogv Software
broadcom-wl-5.100.138 Documents mypc.ogv Pictures Templates
broadcom-wl-5.100.138.tar.bz2 Downloads o4xr.zip Public Videos
levi@******** ~$ cd o4xr
bash: cd: o4xr: No such file or directory
What did I miss?