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Old January 27th, 2012, 12:31 PM   #51 (permalink)
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@rabidhunter -

Oh yeah that happened to me last night too, can't remember exactly what I did.

Try pressing one of the keys on the front, "Home, Back, Settings, or Search", or press the up and down volume, or the camera key.

I think it does go into root mode after the little Android and Box icon and even after the exclamation point icon.

You are in the right place, try one of those keys and wait, and let us know if it works.
If not, then hold the Power and Search button longer.

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Thanks, pressing the settings key brought up a system menu. That's going to get everything going. I feel so much better now.
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I got another problem now.

I ran the software (the 1 &2 thing), then I booted in recovery mode (thanks again @alanski) and then attempted to flash the Breakoutroot.zip file. But I get the following

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I'm going to try and install CWM on my wife's phone when I have a chance. I loaded a recovery from getitnowmarketing on these forums when I first rooted her phone. Do I need to remove it before I try to put CWM on it? If so, can anyone link me to guide to do so, or give me directions? Thanks
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I'm going to try and install CWM on my wife's phone when I have a chance. I loaded a recovery from getitnowmarketing on these forums when I first rooted her phone. Do I need to remove it before I try to put CWM on it? If so, can anyone link me to guide to do so, or give me directions? Thanks
Nope, just run the .bat and you will be good to go.
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I tried using the steps in the OP and nothing really happened.

I'm not sure CWM was installed when I did the Allinone.zip. I did boot my phone into recovery. The option to install from .zip was not one of the options. Instead it gave me the option to update from .zip.

I tried that; however, it gave me a message that it was unsigned. What am I doing wrong?
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I tried using the steps in the OP and nothing really happened.

I'm not sure CWM was installed when I did the Allinone.zip. I did boot my phone into recovery. The option to install from .zip was not one of the options. Instead it gave me the option to update from .zip.

I tried that; however, it gave me a message that it was unsigned. What am I doing wrong?
When you run the .bat file, what does it say on screen?
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When you run the .bat file, what does it say on screen?
When I run the .bat file it brings it into fast boot. It says Fast boot, something something Developer something. I believe that's the right screen.
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When I run the .bat file it brings it into fast boot. It says Fast boot, something something Developer something. I believe that's the right screen.
Alright what does it say on the computer screen once in fastboot?
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Alright what does it say on the computer screen once in fastboot?
It brings up a command prompt with options 1: to install Recovery. 2: to install CWM Recovery.

I have done both these, pulled battery, waited for 30 seconds, replace. Power on holding power and search buttons. A droid guy with a box appears, then after a little bit he has an "!" in a triangle. Then I press the settings button to bring up the options. That's what I've done thus far.

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It brings up a command prompt with options 1: to install Recovery. 2: to install CWM Recovery.

I have done both these, pulled battery, waited for 30 seconds, replace. Power on holding power and search buttons. A droid guy with a box appears, then after a little bit he has an "!" in a triangle. Then I press the settings button to bring up the options. That's what I've done thus far.

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Ok when you do it only select to do the cwm recovery. It sounds like you are installing the stock recovery back on it after installing cwm. The one you are in there is the stock recovery.
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used this for your rom update earlier and worked perfectly...thanks again!!
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Thanks, MTMichaelson! I just got a Breakout as my work phone replacement yesterday and was pleased that there was a custom ROM to load. Looks and feels great thus far. Looking forward to your work in the future.
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Ok when you do it only select to do the cwm recovery. It sounds like you are installing the stock recovery back on it after installing cwm. The one you are in there is the stock recovery.
Worked perfectly, thanks again.
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mtmichaelson, it took me two tries, but it installed just fine; thank you for this stuff.
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But I've tried more than once to only download the cwm, but when I get to the recovery, I get the

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The only option I have is to "Install update from SD card" . Is that right? Thank you so much for this!
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But I've tried more than once to only download the cwm, but when I get to the recovery, I get the

E:signature verification failed
Installation aborted

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The only option I have is to "Install update from SD card" . Is that right? Thank you so much for this!
You are in stock recovery. Which zip are you trying to install?
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Breakoutroot.zip.


I accidentally installed stock recovery the first time, but I've tried it 4 times now with only installing cwm, and it always brings me to stock recovery.
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Breakoutroot.zip.


I accidentally installed stock recovery the first time, but I've tried it 4 times now with only installing cwm, and it always brings me to stock recovery.
When you run the cwm installer what does it say on the computer screen?
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When you run the cwm installer what does it say on the computer screen?
Installing recovery
Press any key to continue...
* daemon not started, starting it now on port 5037 *
* daemon started successfully *
< waiting for device>


At this point the fast bot screen I'd up on my phone, so I disconnect and pull the battery,
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Installing recovery
Press any key to continue...
* daemon not started, starting it now on port 5037 *
* daemon started successfully *
< waiting for device>


At this point the fast bot screen I'd up on my phone, so I disconnect and pull the battery,
Ok, it is not connecting. You need to install the proper drivers for fastboot to work properly. I included a driver in the zip. One person said it did not work for them because they ran 64 bit but that is the only driver I have. Someone else may have another and I can add it to the zip.
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That was it. Sorry I should have been able to figure that out on my own! I just thought I had installed them. Thanks !
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Awesome! Glad you got it!
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Tried using this method on my Pantech Burst because there is nothing out there to root it right now. I get through the first part with phone going into fast boot mode and installing CWM. Struggling after that point though. Once the CWM install is complete I don't get the Pantech splash screen nor can I boot into recovery. Power and volume down boots to flashing screens of random colors. Any ideas?
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Tried using this method on my Pantech Burst because there is nothing out there to root it right now. I get through the first part with phone going into fast boot mode and installing CWM. Struggling after that point though. Once the CWM install is complete I don't get the Pantech splash screen nor can I boot into recovery. Power and volume down boots to flashing screens of random colors. Any ideas?
Sorry it is power and search button
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tride to download but the links are not working it keeps giving me a massage saying that the files are not there
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i got it to work on a breakout that i yeasterday. i had do only run the CWM and then it worket and thise is where i had to go to get the drivers for a 64bit motorola_end_user_driver_installation_5.2.0_64bit. msi - 4shared.com - online file sharing and storage - download.
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OK I'm new at this and need help, sorry if my questions have already been asked.
I have the Breakout 2.3.3 and tried using the Breakout all in one root and it says it doesn't recognize my device, did i do something wrong?
I don't have the internet on my computer, just phone, and have to transfer everything via USB. So I transfer root files to computer and run from there with the phone hooked up right? Where do the files go after I transfer to the computer , I mean where do I run it from.Also do I need to extract the files?
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OK I'm new at this and need help, sorry if my questions have already been asked.
I have the Breakout 2.3.3 and tried using the Breakout all in one root and it says it doesn't recognize my device, did i do something wrong?
I don't have the internet on my computer, just phone, and have to transfer everything via USB. So I transfer root files to computer and run from there with the phone hooked up right? Where do the files go after I transfer to the computer , I mean where do I run it from.Also do I need to extract the files?
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It sounds like a) the drivers are not installed b) usb debugging is not enabled or c) it's not in mass storage mode.
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Well I though I did install the drivers, install them to what the computer or phone? Where do I find them? What all do I need to download to make it work?


EDIT: wait wait might have it but now its stuck on installing recovery on computer and the phone says android development mode. What now
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Maybe I have the wrong drivers installed can someone please direct me to which drivers I need ? What am I doing wrong, why does it keep getting stuck?
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Did you install the driver in the zip?
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I just downloaded the root package, is there another driver zip I need?
I'm so close lol..
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I am very grateful for mtmichaelson's efforts. I am trying to get to the point of installing the Broken Out ROM, but I'm having a heck of a time getting into clockworkmod so I can install root. What drives me nuts is that I got in once, but I did not have the root files copied over yet. So I made my backup while I was there, rebooted the phone, and only could get into the stock loader. Every time I try to install clockwork again, I get the following errors:


Installing Recovery
Press any key to continue . .
'adb' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
'fastboot' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
Finished!!!
Press any key to continue . . .


I even installed the Google Android SDK and set the variable settings. Any advice is greatly appreciated.

EDIT: When I get past the above message, then I get what others are getting:
Flashing CWM Recovery
Tool and Recovery Built by mtmichaelson
Installing Recovery
Press any key to continue . . .
error: device not found
< waiting for device >

It never responds from there.

Tried disabling and enabling debugging on the phone, now I get this response:

Flashing CWM Recovery
Tool and Recovery Built by mtmichaelson
Installing Recovery
Press any key to continue . . .
adb server is out of date. killing...
* daemon started successfully *
error: more than one device and emulator
< waiting for device >

Final Update:
OK, somehow I got it CWM to install and stick this time - what a finicky device! Uninstalling the Android SDK and used my USB 2.0 port as opposed to my USB 3.0 port was the only difference. I did get this error too before it worked:

Installing recovery
Press any key to continue...
* daemon not started, starting it now on port 5037 *
* daemon started successfully *
< waiting for device>

After CWM stuck, Rooting, Backing up apps with Titanium, and installing Broken Out ROM 1.1 went smooth as silk. What a great ROM. No bloat at all. Selecting Wallpapers created an FC, but the user I was helping like a picture of her kids from the Gallery anyway. Thanks mtmichaelson! Looking forward to future releases of this ROM, as I recommended the Pantech to a few other friends who I know who will be coming to me with the same space issue.
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Links fixed for root. I had to pull the files for a little bit because something was constantly downloading the files. Literally within a week there were over 5000 downloads of the root file lol.
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I have been having trouble with the process of installing CWM recovery in that whenever I start the batch file, it reboots my phone into fastboot as it should and says [waiting for device]. I have the proper fastboot drivers installed but my phone is already rooted. I used Superoneclick 2.2 to root it and it was a success. I also have usb mass storage and usb debugging on. What could be the problem?
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Disregard my last post, my phone insists on trolling me with the usb ports i use. I was using a usb splitter. Changing from the splitter to a 2.0 port seemed to help. Free bumps I guess (as if this forum really needs them)
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Just did everything, phone is rebooting right now...and...SUCCESS!! Thank you! I can now look at my phone and not feel over-restrained. You're my hero.
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Ok, I'm new to rooting. It took a factory reboot before I could get started, but now my breakout is rooted, or at least it looked like it. Saw your script working and finishing. Rebooted, and all the crapware is still there and I can't delete it. Did my root fail? Is there something I'm missing?
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Ok, I'm new to rooting. It took a factory reboot before I could get started, but now my breakout is rooted, or at least it looked like it. Saw your script working and finishing. Rebooted, and all the crapware is still there and I can't delete it. Did my root fail? Is there something I'm missing?
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Just rooting your phone alone will not remove the crapware nor will it give you the ability to remove the crapware through the normal channel (IE. Applicatoins Manager). One App that's almost a necessity for rooted phones is Titanium Backup. This app is powerful, it will give you the ability to back up all of your applications and delete the crapware.

You can also install this ROM http://androidforums.com/breakout-all-things-root/492649-rom-2-4-12-broken-out-rom-1-1-a.html. It does not have the crapware.
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I have a Pantech Burst and was wondering if this method might work similarly with the Burst as well? I have been trying everything to root the burst but nothing will work for me...Any help would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks
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I don't know what I'm doing wrong but no matter what I do I can't get this root or any others to work on my Breakout. It will get to sending recovery and the phone saying android development and fast boot, but then nothing, just sits there.Is anyone else having this problem or know how to fix it? Any advice would be appreciated. Thanx
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I don't know what I'm doing wrong but no matter what I do I can't get this root or any others to work on my Breakout. It will get to sending recovery and the phone saying android development and fast boot, but then nothing, just sits there.Is anyone else having this problem or know how to fix it? Any advice would be appreciated. Thanx
Make sure the fastboot drivers are installed.
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Ok maybe this is part of my problem, that I don't have the right stuff installed. Are the boot drivers included in the allinone? This is my 2nd go around after giving up awhile ago and I don't exactly remember everything I had installed, I deleted everything and stared over.
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Ok maybe this is part of my problem, that I don't have the right stuff installed. Are the boot drivers included in the allinone? This is my 2nd go around after giving up awhile ago and I don't exactly remember everything I had installed, I deleted everything and stared over.
Yes, the driver that worked for me is included.
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Ok so do I need to do something to them? Do you know if my computer needs to be updated in order to do this? I've been without the internet for a few months but it shouldn't be to far behind. I'm doing everything it says to do and can't make it work.
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you running windows vista or windows 7 specifically windows 7 64 bit

under start control panel system and security system
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Default How long does it take to send 'recovery?'

I'm on the step after running RecoveryAIO.bat, and the computer screen says sending 'recovery' (4908 KB)...

How long should this take? I have been waiting for awhile. If I unplug the USB cable and reboot the phone I get the android with with the exclamation mark. If I press the info button, I can choose install update and choose the root zip file, but then I get an installation aborted error.

BTW, my computer reboots itself if I unplug the USB cable while it says sending 'recovery.'
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Please help, can't seem to root my Breakout with the allinone. it wont go past recovery ...
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