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Old December 26th, 2012, 09:43 AM   #151 (permalink)
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Cannot go back to Stock image

I got my pantech breakout in June 2012 and promptly installed CHM and rooted it following the instructions in this thread. All was good. Verizon is now pushing an update to my phone and the CHM (I think) is causing it to fail every time. I assume that if I un-root and put the stock image back, I can run the Verizon update & then reapply CHM & root the phone again.
When running the RecoveryAIO.bat it will not copy the recovery.img to the phone. I’m using Windows 7, 64 bit PC and RecoveryAIO.bat successfully copies the cwmrecovery.img file with no problem. I will go through the exact same steps preparing the system and then choose “2: Stock Recovery” instead of “1”. The batch file will stop at “sending ‘recovery’ (6144 KB)…” and never gets any further. So I am not sure where I am failing. I do have the drivers installed, as evidenced by the fact that I can send the CWMrecovery. Here is my process
1) on the phone, USB debugging enabled
2) connect phone to PC via USB, select USB mass storage
3) run RecoveryAIO.bat
4) choose 2
the text I see in the RecoverAIO.bat window are as follows

Installing Recovery
Press any key to continue …
<waiting for device>
Sending ‘recovery’ (6144 KB)…

At this point it does not continue. I have waited 2 hours just for fun, but it never gets past this point. I end up physically pulling the battery out of the phone, replacing it after 30 seconds, power up the phone and try again. When I select the CWMrecovery, I see this in the RecoverAIO.bat window

Installing Recovery
Press any key to continue …
<waiting for device>
Sending ‘recovery’ (4908 KB)…
OKAY [ 1.232s]
Writing ‘recovery’ …
OKAY [ 0.842s]
Finished. Total time: 2.075s
Finished!!!
Press any key to continue …

I wonder if it is because the larger size of the stock image? My phone has 320MB available on the SD card and 35MB available on the internal storage. I would think that is sufficient and should not be the issue.

I would greatly appreciate any assistance anyone could provide.
Thanks!

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Can you still boot into CWM with the directions of this thread? if so try this link and re flash the stock ROM found here.[Rom]Stock Pre-Update Pantech Breakout Rom

After that try install the Breakoutunroot.zip in CWM then factory reset and check for updates.

everything should be able to work if you can Boot into CWM?

Let me know as i just recently started playing with this breakout i just got.

Also check this Stock ROM out. This one says with root.
[Rom]Stock Post-Update Pantech Breakout Rom w/ Root
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Dope_Droid,
Thanks for the ideas, regretfully both links are dead. MediaFire reports that they are unavailable. I would prefer to not purchase a pro subscription to MediaFire, so I guess I will have to keep looking for the stock.zip somewhere else. If you have a copy, could you make it available?
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Quick follow-up. I installed the drivers on my laptop and was able to use the OP files to load the stock recovery. Regretfully I still cannot successfully apply the Verizon update so I am still searching for that answer.
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Default Cannot get root, or write permissions, tried everything!

Cannot get root, or write permissions, tried everything.

This is going to be a bit long but I have been working to root this Pantech phone off and on for over a month now. I’m not sure if this is the correct place to post this but it is the most current thread I have found. I have rooted several phones in the past year with this one being the most difficult. I have searched practically every thread on androidforums and on xda developers, tried everything that has been tried and then some that weren’t for the Pantech but for other phone models and still can’t get it rooted.

I would like to first present those willing to help with my phone information and then with all the things I’ve tried and the issues I’m having, to better equip those more experienced with as much information as possible.

Phone: Pantech
Model Number: ADR8995
Android Version: 2.3.3
Baseband Version: M8995VWC624F.BB
Kernel Version: 2.6.35.7-perf p10697@bs115#1
Build Number: GRI40
Board & Software version: REV_02 S8995VWC624F.BB

I have tried the “Breakout AIO” approach, the “ZergRush”, “DooMLoRD V1 – 4”, “All things Root”, and the Manual method of entering in the commands into CMD or using adb.

When using the AIO methods it appears to push the CWM or stock image but when booting into CWM, I can browse through the selections but when I select to load a zip or image the CWM hangs with the hat and circle logo in the center of the screen for hours, as though it can’t find an SD card but there is one there and I have tried two different SD cards with the same results. The stock image has somewhat worse results in that it never gets past its own splash screen when booting up.

When I use the manual method I find that most files i can’t write over because they are protected so the process fails due to “access denied”. I also get the “Hellions with BLUE flame” error followed by a $ prompt, like it is waiting for the next entry. Some post suggest a way to get past this but my issue is not that it is waiting for the device but waiting for me to enter in a command.

On another attempt I tried to change the permissions of several files using “Root Browser Lite” directly on the phone and can see the “RWXRWX…” and check or uncheck the boxes in an attempt to change the attributes of systems files but every time I try to save the file it fails again stating that some systems won’t allow writing of these files.

In conclusion, it appears to me that the entire system is write protected and thus won’t allow anything we try including the image files to be written over.

Is there a way to get passed this and root the phone?

With many thanks, Past and Present, Happy New Year!
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DrHeadband, I envy you! It looks like you have the latest OTA update...

Here's what I'm stuck with.

Phone: Pantech
Model Number: ADR8995
Android Version: 2.3.3
Baseband Version: M8995VWBB46F.BB
Kernel Version: 2.6.35.7-perf p11387@bs200 #1
Build Number: GRI40
Board & Software version: REV_02 S8995VWB922F.BB

My phone is acting really weird. I'm curious about where the Baseband Version and Board & Software version come from... and why mine don't match but yours do. Perhaps this is where my problems are coming from... but anyway, you should be able to get root with the method mentioned right at the beginning of the thread. Just make sure you create a backup of your phone's stock setup in CWM recovery BEFORE flashing the rooted image (I didn't)!! In theory, that should prevent you headaches down the road if you ever need to return to stock (for example, to receive an OTA update).

I also wonder if the latest OTA actually modifies the stock recovery program, in which case mtmichaelson's option 2 (return to stock recovery) won't match the one you actually have on your phone now... meaning, you'd have no way of returning to your present state if you follow these instructions, and no way of getting another OTA in the future. I don't know enough about Android to be certain though, these are just guesses.

I would be curious to see other people's version numbers though, along with what rom they're using (I believe I'm using mtmichaelson's stockBreakoutPre.zip after an attempt to get the OTA...).
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Thank you for the reply.

This is interesting but I have no knowledge of OTA or what it does, I suppose it could modify the stock recovery program as you mention but I too have no knowledge of how this works.

To add a bit more information on this topic of my issues, the CWM and Rom Manager will not allow me to make a backup or recover from any images downloaded. I’m almost convinced it is because the system is protected (or un-rooted) based on the error message it generates. I have been trying to change the “Setuid” in permissions and settings for several system files and have not been successful.

My big issues are the fact that I receive “can’t write” and “access denied” messages when trying to root with all or any of these methods, and also the messages I receive when trying the ZergRuSH method “Helions with Blue flames”.

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WoW . . . Interesting thing just happened while trying the boot into CWM and attempting a backup, so I could make sure I was giving you correct information.

I boot into CWM recovery (v5.0.2.7) by holding the power and the search buttons. At the main menu I could scroll up & down with the volume buttons, but when I use the select button on the left front it would hang with the CWM logo. I just happened to bump the power button and it took me back to the main menu. The back or return button near the center would never take me back to the main menu but then I discovered that the home button also got me back to the main menu. I then tried other buttons to see if I could manage an image or backup and found that the camera button located on the lower right side below the power button is actually the select button and was able to get to the backup and restore menu. Then ran a backup by selecting the backup with the camera button again and it took a while to create but appears to have been successful.

I’m going to go and check the SD card to see if it actually crated the recovery and report back.

I know worry that if I still can’t write to the system files and don’t have root, will flashing the “BreakoutRoot.zip” file still work or will it brick the phone and then I will never be able to go back to stock?

Can anyone verify this please?
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Verified that the CWM completed as it reported:

CWM-based Recovery v5.0.2.7
SD card space free: 7.058MB
Backing up boot image…
Backing up recovery image…
Backing up system…
Backing up data…
Backing up .android_secure…
Backing up cache…
No sd-ext found. Skipping backup of sd-ext.
Generating md5sum…

Backup complete!

Then checked the CWM backup folder on the SD card and found the following files under today’s date.

.android_secure.vfat.tar 2kb
Boot.img 6,144kb
Cache.yaffs2.img 394kb
Data.yaffs2.img 244,662kb
Nandroid.md5 1kb
Recovery.img 6,144kb
System.affs2img 360,099kb


Going to try a few more things...
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Smile Rooted Success - “Hellions with BLUE flame”

Finally got it rooted.

For anyone who missed it like me, it was stated in the first posted instructions, that the camera button is the select button when in recovery mode. I struggled and then discovered it on my own, that was the long way but none the less it worked.


The method on the first post of this thread worked best for me I just got hung up on the camera button.

For those that struggle and try the ZergRuSH or DoomLord method and get the “Hellions with BLUE flame” error like I did, I’d like to post the solution to how I managed to get around the “Hellions with BLUE flame” error.

I’d also like to note that these other two methods may work for some but I probably wouldn’t have tried these other two methods had I paid closer attention to the button description in the first post.


So in case anyone had attempted ZergRuSH or DoomLord and happened to stumble accros a similar issue like mine which I only saw one post in regards to the “Hellions with BLUE flame” error, however; it did not match what I was seeing. In my case there was a “$” prompt after the error, no other messages below the “Hellions with BLUE flame” error, acting as though we were still in the system but it was waiting for a new command.

If you see this error as I did, disregard the “
Hellions with BLUE
flame” error and jump to the section to remove the battery and try booting into the recovery mode. Once there flash the “BreakoutRot.zip” file and it worked for me. Once I reboot into the ROM, Titanium Backup and Rom Manager asked for SU privileges, granted it, and it works fine now.

Thank you all for the work you do & keeping these post up and running. Even though I struggled a bit and experienced different issues than most I knew I could find a way to get it working. I’m not one to give up easily. I hope my post can continue to help others as these experienced individuals posted information that has helped me.

Kudos and credit to all those before me. Keep up the great work.

Thanks!

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DrHeadband, glad to hear that you're up and running now! Out of curiosity, could you post your version info again? I'm guessing your baseband version will be the same, but the board/sw version will have changed...
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Default Breakout Baseband & Software Version

Everything is still the same:

Phone: Pantech
Model Number: ADR8995
Android Version: 2.3.3
Baseband Version: M8995VWBB46F.BB
Kernel Version: 2.6.35.7-perf p11387@bs200 #1
Build Number: GRI40
Board & Software version: REV_02 S8995VWB922F.BB


I tried two ROM’s that I downloaded one did not work (error at boot up) and the other worked but I didn’t like the graphics of the UI. Since I had created an image of the system with Rom Manager before installing a ROM, I managed to restore it back to Stock, still rooted and versions are all the same.

I’m using the free version of “Titanium Backup” and “NoBloat Free” to modify my system, and then I will attempt a recovery image to see what is actually saved, the system or the stock img. I hope it creates an image of what is installed, then I will have both images as backups.
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Hello
On step 6.) Run RecoveryAIO.bat what means???

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After unpacking the all things root file you downloaded, locate and double click on the file called "RecoveryAIO.bat". It should execute and bring up a window with selections 1,2, or 3. 1. is the Clock Work Mod Recovery or CWM Recovery, this one worked for me.

I highly recommend you read the directions carefully as you go, it should become clear, if you get confused just go back and try again, that’s what I had to do. "Don’t be afraid! You’ll get it."

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grumble... So i've tried to root my Breakout 5 times- phone gets to fastboot mode and then nothing..... 'Waiting for device'......Hang.......


What am I missing?! I installed the drivers when I plugged in the usb, I put root and unroot zips on sd card.... ARRRG!
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grumble... So i've tried to root my Breakout 5 times- phone gets to fastboot mode and then nothing..... 'Waiting for device'......Hang.......


What am I missing?! I installed the drivers when I plugged in the usb, I put root and unroot zips on sd card.... ARRRG!
Did you have USB Debugging Enabled?
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Well... I'm gonna forget rooting for the time being. But here's a question. I have to get a new phone now.. So I have to send my phone back to them after they send me a new phone. Will they be able to tell that I _tried_ to root my phone even though nothing happened ?
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The default pantech usb drivers are not working for my 64 bit Windows 7 OS.

My computer does not recognize the pantech breakout as an Android device. It knows that it is a mass storage device, but that's it.

Can someone provide a link to the latest USB drivers and/or give me any insight?

At the end of the day, RecoveryAIO can't find my device, just like all the other 64 bit windows folks...
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went through the steps on my daughters pantech breakout. mddos says "sending "recovery" (6144 kb). Been that way for 30 minutes. Pantech screen says Android Development Mode!!! Fastboot!!!
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went through the steps on my daughters pantech breakout. mddos says "sending "recovery" (6144 kb). Been that way for 30 minutes. Pantech screen says Android Development Mode!!! Fastboot!!!
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Thanks for the work on this. I did everything by the book. When i launch the cwm recovery, the pantech goes into fastboot and the computer says "sending recovery" but it never completes. Could there be some application on the pantech blocking the cwm recovery transfer?
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how about a platform for it so i can do this on my macbook? its extremely obnoxious trying too find this..
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someone please help! im rooting my pantec breakout and cannot get phone into cwm tried both all in one and doomlord followed steps by holding vol down and pwr buttons and it loads like normal ive tried holding vol up/pwr (nothing) and tried vol dwn/pwr/home(nothing) and vol up/pwr/home and combinations of all then and cannot get into cwm what can i do ps. this is my first time on a website asking for help be gentle
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Finally! Success after an hour and a half!

I had issues with the RecoveryAIO not recognizing the phone. After much hunting, I found out the the proper drivers WERE installed, but the phone needed to be in fastboot mode. First get BreakoutRoot.zip onto the SD card in a place where you can find it. Then do this:

1)Turn off the phone.
2)Plug the USB cord into the computer, but not the phone.
3)While holding down the back button, plug the other end of the USB cord into the phone.
4)If it worked, the screen will be black with tiny white wording near the top saying 'fastboot mode'.
5)Put the phone aside and run RecoveryAIO again. It should work.

Then:

6)Pull the battery. Replace the battery.
7)Press the search (magnifying glass) button and the power button at the same time until the blue 'Pantech' splash screen goes away and the CWM menu pops up. If anything else happens, you're probably going to have to pull the battery and start over at step 1.
8)Use the volume up/down key to go up/down through the menu. The camera button (next to the power button) is like [enter] and the back button goes back one menu level.
9)Go down to 'Install zip from sdcard' and navigate through the sd card until you select your BreakoutRoot.zip that you had previously put there.
10)Wait until the progress bar finishes and you get the message that your phone has been rooted successfully. Then select 'reboot system now' and you're all done!
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Just picked up the Pantech Breakout as my temp replacement (gotta admit, its not that bad of a phone. Internal storage sucks though) and I'm gonna root it. I wanted to make sure this write up is still good and it will still work. Thanks.

Running android 2.3.3
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I'm in need of the most detailed set of instructions out there so i can root my Breakout and i mean detailed. Please help.
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Having the same problems as you man, running windows 7 64-bit, found the motorola 64 bit drivers but I still get that the device is never detected when running the recovery aio file.
This solved my problem.

I had tried several different methods on my Windows 8.1 laptop but after much frustration, I sat down and read all that I could find on this. I registered here to give you a huge thank you for this post. I went back to my XP 32-bit laptop and the method in the OP here worked like a charm. Thanks to all of you.
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Does anyone know if its possible to get android 4.1 on the pantech breakout... ive been looking everywhere and havent found anything.
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I am having a problem.

I ran the RecoveryAIO.bat once and picked option and it said "error:device not found" Any idea how to fix this ?
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Hello all! Here it is the easiest root and recovery method out there!!
I am new to this forum I have a pan tech burst I would like to root but I am not tech savy at all can u help with step by step instructions on what to do exactly the reason I want to root is I want to upgrade to 4.4 and have more app space on this phone
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