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Old September 3rd, 2011, 03:58 PM   #51 (permalink)
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hey I'm stuck at step #4 of rooting I had my usb connected to the phone when i switched it off then unplugged it to go to fastboot and it worked so I popped the usb back in, but then I don't understand what you mean by "Open a command prompt on your computer (Windows logo key + R, type cmd) and go to that directory (should be c:/moto-fastboot-win32)" when i write that in cmd it says "c:/moto-fastboot-win32" if that was incorrect i tried with "c:\moto-fastboot-win32" is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. thanks in advance

PS: do you know any step by step reaally basic video tutorials for this as I am extremely noobish
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***EDIT***: well i got through finally and did all the steps to root but when i installed superuser it didn't let me kill any apps or such so i don't think root worked...and i factory reset the phone...if i try again will it brick? thanks and how do u know when its rooted via cmd?

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well i got through finally and did all the steps to root but when i installed superuser it didn't let me kill any apps or such so i don't think root worked...and i factory reset the phone...if i try again will it brick? thanks and how do u know when its rooted via cmd?
Glad to hear you got it working. As for superuser, that app only manages requests for root access, that is it. If you want to kill apps and such, you need a app like titanium back.

To check if root worked, plug the phone in, (assuming command prompt is still open and you are in the folder where adb is). Type adb shell you will see a $ sign. now type su and look at your phone, you will get a popup asking to allow. Select allow, the prompt should now change to #. if you get the popup and the prompt changes to #, than you are rooted.
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hey, sorry for nagging this much but now I'm like halfway there when I type adb shell a $ up and when I type this
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/preinstall/dosu
/bin/mount -o remount,rw /system
cp /preinstall/su /system/bin/
chmod 6755 /system/bin/su
after /preinstall/dosu it says
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bash:groups: command not found
root@localhost:/#
so what does that mean? and I take it the line breaks in the coding is supposed to mean that I gotta hit enter yes? (oh these messages come when I'm in the phone home screen itself not on fastboot mode)



EDIT*** : LOL ok I finally got ROOT ACCESS ! thanks a bunch james!! I forgot to install superuser, then I checked with root checker...
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anyone help me pls i have a hongkong version of atrix comes with froyo 2.2.2 i really want to root it but superoneclcik,gladroot one click,and gingerbreak all version not work with me,pls help me im a new user of android and this is my first android phone and i love it so much
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So I am having some problems with this tutorial similar to the other users. I navigated to the moto-fastboot-win32 directory which was in my downloads folder and it refused to let me run any of the commands in DOS even though my phone was in fastboot mode and hooked up to my computer.

While dos was in C:\Users\MyName\Downloads\moto-fastboot-win32 I would type "moto-fastboot.exe flash preinstall preinstall.img" and nothing would happen.
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While dos was in C:\Users\MyName\Downloads\moto-fastboot-win32 I would type "moto-fastboot.exe flash preinstall preinstall.img" and nothing would happen.
3 things,

#1 right click command prompt and select run as administrator

#2 (more of a question) While in that folder type dir and press enter. What exactly does it show?

#3 Also try moving the moto-fastboot-win32 to your C: drive and try running it there
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Ok first off thanks for the help I figured out the reason it was causing me trouble is that inside the directory there was another moto-fastboot-win32 folder before you got to the actual files............but now I've run into another problem haha.

I'm on step 5. I did the commands in part 4 and my phone rebooted completely and I typed 'adb shell' and it said

* daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
* daemon started successfully *
error: device not found

And then none of the following commands work. Do I need to reboot the phone back into the fastboot mode or am I missing something else?

EDIT: Do I need to be in a specific USB mode once it's restarted? I had it set to do nothing at first and then after that didn't work I tried the other 3 as well.
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USB mode does not matter but it helps to have it in none. Quick question, is USB debugging enabled? menu-->settings-->applications-->development--> USB Debugging box checked.
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Hi so im new to rooting phones, and i did all the first steps with fast boot and they all went fine, but when i get to rebooting the device i enter adb shell and then it goes to $ symbol, then when i type in /preinstall/dosu it says bash:groups: command not found, then when i tried changing it to /preinstall/su like the guy on xda said if the first didn't work, then it just says permission denied, and obviously after none of the other commands work either cause they are all denied too. Help? im running the latest update for my bell atrix 4g 2.3.4
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EDIT: So i just installed Root Checker and checked to see if i was rooted and apparently i am? i had installed superuser after trying what i posted there, and allowed acces and didn't realize i had root access idek how it worked :P
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USB mode does not matter but it helps to have it in none. Quick question, is USB debugging enabled? menu-->settings-->applications-->development--> USB Debugging box checked.
And that was the trick!!! It was not enabled and once I changed that everything went smoothly! Now I'm rooted again and can continue sticking it to the man :P
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The original post was edited on 5th October to link to Pete's Motorola Root Tools. Unfortunately, it appears as if the Atrix 4G is not listed on the list of phones which is supported. Can somebody confirm or deny if Pete's rooter will work on the Atrix 4G?
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The original post was edited on 5th October to link to Pete's Motorola Root Tools. Unfortunately, it appears as if the Atrix 4G is not listed on the list of phones which is supported. Can somebody confirm or deny if Pete's rooter will work on the Atrix 4G?
I edited it becasue I have personally tried Pete's Motorola Root Tools on my AT&T Atrix twice (Rooted, unrooted and rooted again) and once on a friends AT&T Atrix and it worked perfectly every time. It does take a few minutes and reboots the phone 4 or 5 times, but it does work. When you do it, click start and walk away from your phone for like 20 minutes and wait until the program says done and the phone has booted up all the way before you touch it.
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Thank you James. After I saw your response I downloaded and tried Pete's rooter, and it does indeed work with my Atrix.

FWIW I just received a notification for an OTA update for Gingerbread FINALLY!!! Just when Ice Cream Sandwich comes out!!
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If anyone would care to shed some light I have some questions regarding this and my AT&T Atrix 4G that came with 2.3.4 Gingerbread in the last month or two.

1) Like many people I might install custom firmware on my PSP or even several hundred dollar PS3, but when it comes to my phone that contains HIGHLY personal information (as well as in real time), I'm pretty cautious of unofficial roms. Is rooting installing a special rom, triggering a software/hardware flag, or changing some system file(s)? I ask as I've seen 600+MB packs to < 5MB rooting packs.

2) Will it become more difficult (even blocking non-market apps) to monitor access or will it not change over the standard market permissions acceptance?

3) Will unrooting return the phone to the same exact state as pre-rooting (aside of course from settings, home screens, etc.) or will it leave remnants? While there was a recent U.S. law that allows for mobile device modding, I'm sure this does void warranty (as claimed everywhere) so not having evidence would help avoiding that issue altogether.

My primary reasons for the moment is just simply to do some custom system sounds but I plan on later using some of the root apps that I haven't been able to use (I.E. CPU apps). If anyone can help me here I would appreciate it. Thanks in advance for everyone's time.
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If anyone would care to shed some light I have some questions regarding this and my AT&amp;T Atrix 4G that came with 2.3.4 Gingerbread in the last month or two.

1) Like many people I might install custom firmware on my PSP or even several hundred dollar PS3, but when it comes to my phone that contains HIGHLY personal information (as well as in real time), I'm pretty cautious of unofficial roms. Is rooting installing a special rom, triggering a software/hardware flag, or changing some system file(s)? I ask as I've seen 600+MB packs to &lt; 5MB rooting packs.

2) Will it become more difficult (even blocking non-market apps) to monitor access or will it not change over the standard market permissions acceptance?

3) Will unrooting return the phone to the same exact state as pre-rooting (aside of course from settings, home screens, etc.) or will it leave remnants? While there was a recent U.S. law that allows for mobile device modding, I'm sure this does void warranty (as claimed everywhere) so not having evidence would help avoiding that issue altogether.

My primary reasons for the moment is just simply to do some custom system sounds but I plan on later using some of the root apps that I haven't been able to use (I.E. CPU apps). If anyone can help me here I would appreciate it. Thanks in advance for everyone's time.

#1. Rooting and flashing a ROM are both hacking but not the same. Rooting just gives you access to the root system files and is why the files are so small. A ROM requires that you first unlock your bootloader (which cannot be reversed) and like rooting 100% voids the warranty on the phone.

#2. Since rooting just gives you access to the root system files, I do not understand your question.

#3. The only true way to get back to 99% stock after rooting is to sbf flash back, but again that is only 99%. Rooting is hacking, 100% voids your warranty and will always leave some small trace, no matter what you do to reverse it.
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#1. Rooting and flashing a ROM are both hacking but not the same. Rooting just gives you access to the root system files and is why the files are so small. A ROM requires that you first unlock your bootloader (which cannot be reversed) and like rooting 100% voids the warranty on the phone.

#2. Since rooting just gives you access to the root system files, I do not understand your question.

#3. The only true way to get back to 99% stock after rooting is to sbf flash back, but again that is only 99%. Rooting is hacking, 100% voids your warranty and will always leave some small trace, no matter what you do to reverse it.
Oh, thanks. So rooting just opens access while flashing installs another kernel then? My point with #2 was whether a rooted phone would allow market apps more access without needing permission. As for #3, I understand loosing the warranty as it opens it up to whatever possibly damaging software I throw on it. If the hardware had issues though, aside from any software, it would be nice to still have the warranty. I'm still a little cautious right now but I'll probably root when I have a weekend. Thanks for the thread too by the way.
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Just wanted to express a very heartfelt thanks to everyone here for sharing experiences from the dark side-and especially to Pete for the great code and tools for rooting the Atrix 4G. I got my 4G last night. I had rooted one other phone probably 6 years ago. Maybe I will share at some point some of the humorous stuff that kept me up until 5 AM this morning.....the rooting was the least of it....stuff like "Where's the *$&^# trash can"...silly (to most of you here) things. I am 60 years old and this is my first smart phone. Motoblur is pretty horrible so probably later today or tonight Im going to be finding a custom ROM and ripping all of this bloatware out.

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Oh, thanks. So rooting just opens access while flashing installs another kernel then? My point with #2 was whether a rooted phone would allow market apps more access without needing permission. As for #3, I understand loosing the warranty as it opens it up to whatever possibly damaging software I throw on it. If the hardware had issues though, aside from any software, it would be nice to still have the warranty. I'm still a little cautious right now but I'll probably root when I have a weekend. Thanks for the thread too by the way.
ok, when you install an app it should show all premissions needed and will have access too, if it does not ned root, it will not matter or change anything after root. But rooting will let you use apps that need root like titanium backup. Rooting the atrix will not allow you to flash a kernel or rom, doingthat will require you unlock the bootloader which cannot be undone and if done wrong will brick your phone.

Rooting is like getting admin access in windows, whereas flashing a rom or kernel is like updating from windows XP to Vista or replacing the bios.

As for #3, rooting voids the warranty period, even if the issue is not because of having root access. A lot of people remove root to get warranty service, which is technically a form of fraud, but we try to stay away from that topic here. So no need to discuss that further.
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ok, when you install an app it should show all premissions needed and will have access too, if it does not ned root, it will not matter or change anything after root. But rooting will let you use apps that need root like titanium backup. Rooting the atrix will not allow you to flash a kernel or rom, doingthat will require you unlock the bootloader which cannot be undone and if done wrong will brick your phone.

Rooting is like getting admin access in windows, whereas flashing a rom or kernel is like updating from windows XP to Vista or replacing the bios.

As for #3, rooting voids the warranty period, even if the issue is not because of having root access. A lot of people remove root to get warranty service, which is technically a form of fraud, but we try to stay away from that topic here. So no need to discuss that further.
Ah, thanks again. That eases my mind knowing apps have to be given root access to have it (as it should be). Though I would compare flashing more to the bios as an OS wouldn't require specialized hardware to recover from. And I do understand about the warranty so I guess so be it.

Thanks again for your help.
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Ok I'm a total noob to android, but soooo glad I got rid of my iphone. My wife just got her atrix last week and got a lapdock as well for us to use. I have been reading for a few days now and I can see it's a lot more complicated that jailbreaking, but can be more powerful as well. Others mentioned lack of understanding in the thread as well, so now I understand sideloading. I can't find a basics sticky anywhere. I'm not frustrated, just confused a bit and it's taking days to get the basics. Everyone is talking about different OS systems to load and such. I'm hoping root is just unlocking the OS I have.

But how do I get rid of the bloatware, but keep the lapdock/webtop crap so that the docks work.

Why not do a debian/Linux hack and get a full OS on the phone to support the lapdock better as a full laptop? Or is this too difficult for user interface mods. I also wonder if it supports the dual core.

I use Ubuntu so I understand the terminal commands like a middle schooler. Just trying to get a grasp on the "darkside"

Any articles on basics / vocab would be great. I've also read some programming basics over on XDA, but nothing explains what rooting does other than allowing access to the phone; how? A new OS? hacked files?

Someone said to keep sbf files? where, what folder, and what are these?
"make sure to keep the sbf close encase something goes wrong."

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1.) Copy paste SD external and internal cards (all files) to PC for the future harddrive.
2.) Follow Pete's Motorolla Root Tools from this thread
3.) Figure out how to get rid of bloatware to get more RAM

But how do I unroot, or should I just worry about that when I need to send it to the insurance company or sell it?

Thanks for understanding and any help

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I love this phone and the EZpdf ereader app with the lapdock is great in bed. I don't have to hold a tablet or book in the air anymore to read myself to sleep, and I can load any type of book file, unlike a kindle. I do wish VLC had a app for android so all my movie files would work. Any thoughts on codex or apps for movies would be great.
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I have unlocked and rooted (I think) my phone back in July. I saw some posts about clicking a root button on gingerbreak. I remember doing the script stuff in command prompt and my phone says unlocked on startup. But I do not remember having to click root on anything. I have the gingerbread zip file on my phone but I don't remember doing anything with it. I deleted Superuser app off my phone because I thought it was the reason my phone was messing up. Since July I haven't touched anything dealing with root. I can't change screen lock settings under location and security menu. It opens the screen for fingerprint swipe but closes and goes back to the menu before I can swipe my finger. I can't set a pin or restore back to factory settings. So can I try rebooting my phone again and see if it works or what? I have checked everywhere about my problem but no help, seems to be just me lol. Thanks!
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Here's the output of using Pete's Motorola Root Tools (below). Atrix with Andriod 2.3.6, build 4.5.141 installed. What might be my options? Is there another exploit or will I need to roll back to a previous version?

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SEARCHING FOR THE PHONE (connect it now if you haven't yet)... found!
Running exploit step 1 of 3 (setting up symlink)... done!
Rebooting your phone... done!
Running exploit step 2 of 3 (modifying local.prop)... done!
Rebooting your phone... done!
Running exploit step 3 of 3 (adding su, busybox, and superuser.apk)... FAIL!

ERROR: adb could not be granted root access via local.prop method

Try again from the start, but if the problem continues, check your version
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will Petes rooting program also install recovery? Ive looked around but cant find the recovery tutorial for the Atrix 4G...
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Sorry, but the root method previously listed here no longer works. I did not discover this root, I only wrote software that automated it, and I don't own any Motorola devices, so I'm sorry: but I can't help you find a new root method.

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