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Worked first try for me with no issues...thanks guys.

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<-- This is me after successfully rooting my Casio G'zOne Commando C771 (M130).

I have spent a lot of time reading through long dead ended threads to try and find a way to root this phone and I finally stumbled onto this thread. To my surprise, I was able to successfully root the phone in about 20 minutes by following the steps EXACTLY, however, instead of using the Superuser app, I used the SuperSU app in combination with busy box and I did not have to wrestle or worry about the su binary update thing that others have experienced.

A big THANK YOU goes out to everyone involved in this exploit!! My Casio G'zOne Commando runs sooo much better with the bloatware removed and the cache size changed to 2048.

Another happy and satisfied SUPERUSER!
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Congrats... What did you to change the cache size
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Congrats... What did you to change the cache size
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I used the same method that user SupremeDork posted in the link below:

Increasing SD Cache for Significant Read Improvement!
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If you don't use the stock launcher or any of the GZone apps, here is a list of everything I have disabled/uninstalled (I backed them up with Titanium backup and uninstalled them with Root App Delete so I know I wasn't removing a critical system process). Haven't experienced any issues.
In the spirit of full disclosure, I did run into a minor issue running Go Keyboard over the weekend. When I accessed the settings for Go Keyboard, the screen went blank and I was never able to get it to work after that (the stock keyboard worked fine, although I was never a fan of it). Even after uninstalling/reinstalling it, it wouldn't work. I've since downloaded Perfect Keyboard and it works great -- I didn't need the fancy themes or annoying updates Go has for every app anyways.

While it's quite possible my issue is totally unrelated to the root, I did notice there were a couple "hidden menu" things I had disabled that perhaps made Go Keyboard angry? I didn't care enough to look into it any deeper since I had a better alternative, but just wanted to pass it along.
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I been using swift 3 with the stock keyboard disabled with delete app. Just in case with out issue. I'm going to test the one you mentioned tho
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Hi to all,

First of all thank you to everyone who figured out the rooting process for the M130 and worked though the issues. No way I could have done this on my own.

Couple questions though:

Should I remove the 4 lines added to the .sh file?

How do I stop future updates (delete InnoPath Active Care) or is there and option to manually accept updates?

Regarding size cache increase: What is the app used to check r/w speeds?

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Increasing SD Cache for Significant Read Improvement!

Sd tools and Sd boost

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Oh I would leave that app alone I used app kill to freeze it and I have other issues and errors. I un_freezed it and all was normal again.
Since its rooted the mds (I think it is) changed so it will not take updates.
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Well now that we have it rooted I'm waitin for custom ROMs. Cyanogenmod is awsome.
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Being there is very few that think the phone / calculator is any good
I don't think this will happen
Next Launcher is the closest thing to a change I think I will ever see

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Talking I owe someone a beer methinks!

I seriously think I'm going to go home and party after reading this. I gave up in early December searching for an exploit. Friday night whiskey, rooting, and debloating! Thanks a boatload Tommy!!
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This is a great guide! Works fantastic!! Does anyone have a way to replace the stock lock screen
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Not atm but if some finds out please let us know
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I used the m130 method and finally got it to work for my m110. Feels good to get rid of all that craps.
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Ok I'm new and trying here's where I am
Loaded drivers to PC and extracted
Loaded adb to PC added path to program-tools and tools
Loaded cassio root
Typed chmod commands above exit zero saved
Opened typed 1 at the end of the first line save
Opened and erased 1 at end of line

Device is attached according to cmd prompt

Type adb remount and it says operation failed no permission I was hoping I could move my cassio root folder at this point what am I missing? Thanks for putting up w me I'm trying to this but this is all new to me. Either way I hope u guys can give me some insight. Thanks
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Ok I'm new and trying here's where I am
Loaded drivers to PC and extracted
Loaded adb to PC added path to program-tools and tools
Loaded cassio root
Typed chmod commands above exit zero saved
Opened typed 1 at the end of the first line save
Opened and erased 1 at end of line

Device is attached according to cmd prompt

Type adb remount and it says operation failed no permission I was hoping I could move my cassio root folder at this point what am I missing? Thanks for putting up w me I'm trying to this but this is all new to me. Either way I hope u guys can give me some insight. Thanks
Let me know when your around....
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OK first thank you to everyone who made the rooting process for the Commando.
Without this guide wouldn't have been possible to root myself.

My question has to do with All In One Recovery.
Read the thread not quite getting it.
Do you use both the 3.06img and recovery flash?
Seen success and failure applying this.
So could someone do a step by step for the commando.
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Successfully rooted a little over 2 weeks ago, get random reboots, even when I'm not messing with the phone. Anyone know of a fix or the cause? I tried going from Superuser to SuperSU and it still exists
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OK first thank you to everyone who made the rooting process for the Commando.
Without this guide wouldn't have been possible to root myself.

My question has to do with All In One Recovery.
Read the thread not quite getting it.
Do you use both the 3.06img and recovery flash?
Seen success and failure applying this.
So could someone do a step by step for the commando.
thanks
Casio C771 Unlock Bootloader and Install GNM Recovery via Fastboot

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Nothing to do with the root of I would first check what apps are being used. And what apps you may of removed (system apps)
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<-- This is me after successfully rooting my Casio G'zOne Commando C771 (M130).

I have spent a lot of time reading through long dead ended threads to try and find a way to root this phone and I finally stumbled onto this thread. To my surprise, I was able to successfully root the phone in about 20 minutes by following the steps EXACTLY, however, instead of using the Superuser app, I used the SuperSU app in combination with busy box and I did not have to wrestle or worry about the su binary update thing that others have experienced.

A big THANK YOU goes out to everyone involved in this exploit!! My Casio G'zOne Commando runs sooo much better with the bloatware removed and the cache size changed to 2048.

Another happy and satisfied SUPERUSER!
Congrats!! I've been working on this one for a while. Any chance of "pointing me" in the right direction??
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Hippie helped me I'll try to walk you through it
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Hey guys,

I'm new and never rooted a phone b4... I followed the step by step from post #125 but got confused by the last few steps... I believe everything I had done up to this point has worked, besided having to turn debugging mode off to move the files over to my phone. Can someone kinda help me better understand step 39?

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"39. Using ADB in the command prompt, verify that the phone has been rooted by finding "su" with the following steps and has "rwsr-sr-x" by it.
38. Press return after each line within the command prompt on your computer:

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40. Install superuser.apk and busybox.apk. Find them on the play store if need be. And you should be rooted."
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I may be rooted already and not even know it...
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So, for all of you who want to root, this is a quick 10-step beta guide. Use at your own risk, im not responsible, etc.

1. Install es file explorer.
2. use it to go to /system/etc/init.qcom.sdio.sh
3. long press, open as text, use es note editor.
4. (The follwoing some quoted parts are copied from TommyTopDrive's posts. His work, not mine) Navagate to, "the very bottom (just above "exit 0")" and, add the following:

chmod 0777 /system
chmod 0777 /system/bin

5. Save the file. Then repeat step 3. and add a 1 after the "#!/system/bin/sh" and save. Then repeat step 3 again and remove the 1. The reason you do this is because, "it makes a backup and might try to load the backup."
6. restart your phone.
7. Push (or copy from sd card) the su bianary file to /system/bin
8. do steps 2 and 3, then below the code you put in earlier, put in, "

chown root.root /system/bin/su
chmod 06755 /system/bin/su

9."reboot again and verify by adb from a command prompt that su is owned by root and is rwsr-sr-x by doing the following (press return after each line):

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cd /system/bin
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10. "install superuser.apk and install busybox...oh, and that means your rooted."

And then your all set! You welcome to all!
I did all the steps except #9... I dont know how to verify using adb :/ When I click on the adb on my computer it runs cmd for a split second and then disappears...
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I did all the steps except #9... I dont know how to verify using adb :/ When I click on the adb on my computer it runs cmd for a split second and then disappears...
Go to the Google play Store down /install root Checker. That will tell you. It free as well
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Go to the Google play Store down /install root Checker. That will tell you. It free as well
Thanks! I ran the test on 2 Root Checker apps just to be sure. SuperUser pops up and asks to allow and when I do it says its successfully rooted....

BUT I can't delete apps via ES File Explorer. Is this not how you go about deleting them? I'm really just doing this to remove some bloat ware from Verizon. And maybe the Bing search bar
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Thanks! I ran the test on 2 Root Checker apps just to be sure. SuperUser pops up and asks to allow and when I do it says its successfully rooted....

BUT I can't delete apps via ES File Explorer. Is this not how you go about deleting them? I'm really just doing this to remove some bloat ware from Verizon. And maybe the Bing search bar
First you best do a full nadroid backup. Search for m130 [ I forget the thread name. I forget. but is in here all thing rooted... Then go to the app store and grab root App Delete and freeze.. That's after a back up... start by freezing the apps for a few days with that app.. Once your sure they will not cause errors then go to the recycle part of the app and then delete them...
Also there is a thread on safe apps to remove on the Casio G'zOne Commando C771... Good luck
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First you best do a full nadroid backup. Search for m130 [ I forget the thread name. I forget. but is in here all thing rooted... Then go to the app store and grab root App Delete and freeze.. That's after a back up... start by freezing the apps for a few days with that app.. Once your sure they will not cause errors then go to the recycle part of the app and then delete them...
Also there is a thread on safe apps to remove on the Casio G'zOne Commando C771... Good luck
Awesome! Thanks a lot!
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Worked PERFERCTLY! You're a god for discovering this. I finally have root again after 4 months of bloatware.
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OK did all the steps,ran adb su is owned by root and is rwsr-sr-x.
Root Checker shows not rooted.
Cannot update supersu either.
Could someone help out here please?
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OK did all the steps,ran adb su is owned by root and is rwsr-sr-x.
Root Checker shows not rooted.
Cannot update supersu either.
Could someone help out here please?
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For me I'm stuck on pushing the "SU" to /system/bin/ with ADB. Tried to copy it to the file with ES File Explorer, but it won't accept it "unable to move BINSU". Can anyone help with this??

Greatly appreciated,

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Did you install superuser and busybox from the play store?


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OK did all the steps,ran adb su is owned by root and is rwsr-sr-x.
Root Checker shows not rooted.
Cannot update supersu either.
Could someone help out here please?
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Does not seem like you the /system and /system/bin chmod to 777
Recheck those dirs. To push via adb use this command


adb push /sdcard/su /system/bin

Or if you have the su stored on your c drive
Example
adb push c:\casio\adb\su /system/bin

I for get if you need a / @ the end of bin.
So if it does not work the first time try adding the /


Note the system and bin NEED to be set to 777
Or you'll get permission denied...
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For me I'm stuck on pushing the "SU" to /system/bin/ with ADB. Tried to copy it to the file with ES File Explorer, but it won't accept it "unable to move BINSU". Can anyone help with this??

Greatly appreciated,

C.
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Did you install superuser and busybox from the play store?




Does not seem like you the /system and /system/bin chmod to 777
Recheck those dirs. To push via adb use this command


adb push /sdcard/su /system/bin

Or if you have the su stored on your c drive
Example
adb push c:\casio\adb\su /system/bin

I for get if you need a / @ the end of bin.
So if it does not work the first time try adding the /


Note the system and bin NEED to be set to 777
Or you'll get permission denied...
Hope this helps
Checked all file permissions and they were correct.I had installed supersu wouldn't take update,so I replaced it with superuser.Superuser took update now rooted,yea.
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If all else fails READ the directions!! Everyone is having great success rooting the G'zOne so WTH was I doing wrong... then it dawned on me. Wifi was still on (don't know if it would make a difference) and I was trying to (move) the "SU" file when I was suppose to copy/paste the file to the right dir. Now I've got permissions...

I give special thanks to; tommytopdrive; r_hippie and all the other great folks, who took the time and effort to make this possible and to share with all of us


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If all else fails READ the directions!! Everyone is having great success rooting the G'zOne so WTH was I doing wrong... then it dawned on me. Wifi was still on (don't know if it would make a difference) and I was trying to (move) the "SU" file when I was suppose to copy/paste the file to the right dir. Now I've got permissions...

I give special thanks to; tommytopdrive; r_hippie and all the other great folks, who took the time and effort to make this possible and to share with all of us


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Wifi off is a must..
Push the su.. Don't copy it over. And reset the permissions to it the remove those two lines that set the root and chmod to the su then edit the first two lines to set system and bin back to 0777 hope this helps.... First this after success root do the all in one recovery to make a backup in case of a brick...Good luck
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Has anyone else had problems with their touchscreen while the phone is on the charger? Now that my phone is rooted (thanks to all the great posts!) is there any fix for this?
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Has anyone else had problems with their touchscreen while the phone is on the charger? Now that my phone is rooted (thanks to all the great posts!) is there any fix for this?
Not one issue. Only one thing but not related to the root. When I turn Wifi on after a few days it seems I have to reboot to get it to work but I think it's related to a Wifi script. Other wise its like no other Gz'One Commando C771 m130 ever lol
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I downloaded one of those simple one-touch reboot apps and it solved the Wifi issue...kind of. The indicator will light up blue on the bottom of the stock Widget, but nothing else. Hit the soft reset and the Wifi will start.

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Finally, I updated the recovery to GNMs all in one recovery for the commando from
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*I highly recommend you install the GNM recovery as soon as your rooted and do a nandroid backup BEFORE you start freezing and removing bloatware. In this, you can always return to an operational commando if you fudge something up....experience is the best teacher.
So I've successfully rooted the device.

Now I'm confused as to what I'm doing with the All in One Recovery & nandroid?

I'm guessing just download Nandroid from Play, make a backup, and place it in a safe location?

Edit: So I've made a backup using Nandroid, and copied it over to my computer (as well as leaving one on the SD).

Do I need to make a backup with Titanium before I go removing bloatware?

I just really don't want to jump the gun here and cause havoc with the phone.
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I downloaded one of those simple one-touch reboot apps and it solved the Wifi issue...kind of. The indicator will light up blue on the bottom of the stock Widget, but nothing else. Hit the soft reset and the Wifi will start.



So I've successfully rooted the device.

Now I'm confused as to what I'm doing with the All in One Recovery & nandroid?

I'm guessing just download Nandroid from Play, make a backup, and place it in a safe location?

Edit: So I've made a backup using Nandroid, and copied it over to my computer (as well as leaving one on the SD).

Do I need to make a backup with Titanium before I go removing bloatware?

I just really don't want to jump the gun here and cause havoc with the phone.
this will explain better for our phone

Casio C771 Unlock Bootloader and Install GNM Recovery via Fastboot
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Oh man, it felt so good to remove NFL mobile....

Thank you everybody who made this possible & those who helped me
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Lol i froze all apps but that NFL.. I deleted that one lol enjoy
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I've tried both.... I have Root Explorer on my rooted TF700 and ES File Explorer on my newly rooted Commando. Thanks to you tommytopdrive. I don't know which one I prefer because I like the permissions on the screen with Root Explorer, like you, but I like the look of ES File Explorer and it seems to be safer for the things that could potentially brick my phone if I wasn't aware of what I was doing.

I'm not a software writer/engineer by any means, but I followed exactly what you did on your first try, just without turning any of my wireless stuff off. It worked, and my wifi/gps/3g/bluetooth all work. Thanks again for sharing all this with us.

For those of you who don't know what you're doing, don't just skip to where it might look like there's good information for rooting your Commando. READ THROUGH EVERYTHING, all the answers are somewhere in this thread, THOROUGHLY search for them and you'll find them. I just followed what tommytopdrive posted as an experiment and then found what Willster419 posted about the 10-steps to root, on the bottom of the same page of the thread (page 1). It worked flawlessly for me, and I'm not a software kinda guy.

For those of you still too lazy to look at everything on the thread, here are the steps to root the M130 build of the Casio G'zOne Commando. If there are quotation marks around something, that means I am referencing it. The stuff in between the quotation marks is the important material.

Pre-requisites:
A. YOU ALSO NEED TO DOWNLOAD THE commando "drivers.zip" THAT HAVE BEEN POSTED. ALONG WITH THE "casio 130 root.zip" FILE PROVIDED IN THIS THREAD. Unzip them to a place you won't forget. And install the "drivers" before connecting your phone to the computer.
B. Turn on USB Debugging on your phone.

1. Install es file explorer from the play store.
2. Open it once it is done downloading and installing.
3. In the top left corner of the screen, there is a star with "Favorites" under it... Click on it.
4. Select the phone icon with a "/" under it.
5. In that so-called directory or folder you'll find another folder named "system". Select that folder.
6. Within that directory you'll find "etc". Select it.
7. In that folder there is a file named "init.qcom.sdio.sh"... Long press (hold your finger on that file) until a menu pops up. (filepath should be /system/etc/init.qcom.sdio.sh).
8. Select "open as text".
9. Then choose the "es note editor" option.
10. You'll see some weird looking writing that is coherent at the top. However, navigate to the very bottom part of the file notes where you'll see "exit 0".
11. Add exactly the following, just above "exit 0"

chmod 0777 /system
chmod 0777 /system/bin

12. Press the back button until you are prompted as to whether or not you want to save the file, select "yes" and save the file.
13. Then repeat steps 3-9.
14. On the top of the notes you should immediately see something that says "#!/system/bin/sh". Place a "1" at the end of that line.
15. Then press back again, twice, to save the file once more.
16. Then repeat steps 3-9.
17. This time remove the "1" you just added.
18. Save the file by backing out again and selecting "yes" when prompted to save it. As said by tommytopdrive: "The reason you do this is because, sometimes it makes a backup and might try to load the backup."
19. Restart your phone.


20. Using ADB, push the "su" file from your computer to your device.
21. ALTERNATIVELY you can copy the unzipped "casio m130 root" folder from your computer to some place on your phone that you won't forget. I put my folder right inside "/sdcard/".
22. Disconnect your phone from your computer.
23. Open ES File Explorer again and go the place where you copied the "casio m130 root" folder to.
24. Open that folder and find "su". For me the filepath was "/sdcard/casio m130 root/su"
25. Long press the file and select copy.
26. Click on the star in the upper left corner again.
27. Select the phone icon with the "/" under it.
28. Find the "system" folder and select it.
29. Now within the "/system/" directory you'll find a folder named "bin", select it.
30. Click the little blue box in the bottom and center of your screen with the blue circle and arrow in it.
31. Click on "su". You should get a confirmation saying the file has been successfully inserted. If you didn't, you did something wrong, check what you wrote from step 11 and make sure it was on the right file.
32. Save the folder by backing out of ES File Explorer.
33. Open ES File Explorer again.
34. Follow steps 3-10.
35. Just above "exit 0" and right below the lines you added during step 11, insert the following two lines, exactly as they are:

chown root.root /system/bin/su
chmod 06755 /system/bin/su

36. Press back twice to save again.
37. Follow steps 13-18.
38. Restart your phone again.
39. Using ADB in the command prompt, verify that the phone has been rooted by finding "su" with the following steps and has "rwsr-sr-x" by it.
38. Press return after each line within the command prompt on your computer:

adb shell
cd /system/bin
ls -l

40. Install superuser.apk and busybox.apk. Find them on the play store if need be. And you should be rooted.





I dont understand step 39.....

How do I run ABD in the command prompt?
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You need to enter these commands through the Command Prompt in Windows.

For simplicity, putting the ADB folder directly in the C:\ drive will save time.

Win7/Vista: hit start, type CMD, hit enter
XP: start, run, CMD

Once that is open, you need to type in cd C:\ADB (or where ever you've got the folder). This will change the directory from C:\ to C:\ADB.
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My first post here.

First of all I would like to thank everyone who posted your problems and successes. They spurred me on toward having my own success in ROOTING MY PHONE!!!!!!!!!
I tried zergRush and it didn't work...
The first two times I tried the method outlined in this thread it didn't work either.
Once was due to making a code mistake and the next time I couldn't get the su binary file to move into system/bin. I finally copied it and it went.
ADB gave me a few issues... not too familiar with the command prompt.
It was and is definitely worth it.

It felt great to rid myself of way too much bloatware.

My question is now that I've rooted this thing, Would some of you be so kind as to share your experiences with some of the better apps and/or Roms you are using or have used?

Thanks in advance for your responses.

BIG THANKS AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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My first post here.

First of all I would like to thank everyone who posted your problems and successes. They spurred me on toward having my own success in ROOTING MY PHONE!!!!!!!!!
I tried zergRush and it didn't work...
The first two times I tried the method outlined in this thread it didn't work either.
Once was due to making a code mistake and the next time I couldn't get the su binary file to move into system/bin. I finally copied it and it went.
ADB gave me a few issues... not too familiar with the command prompt.
It was and is definitely worth it.

It felt great to rid myself of way too much bloatware.

My question is now that I've rooted this thing, Would some of you be so kind as to share your experiences with some of the better apps and/or Roms you are using or have used?

Thanks in advance for your responses.

BIG THANKS AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
no roms at the moment and I don't think anyone will take it on since the phone is not liked..

Wish they would .. they have to understand in some line of work you need a tuff phone..
I can fist hand tell you that this is the one..
and after the root . removing the un wanted crap with Root App Delete (uninstaller) and using zeppelinrox v6 supercharger script [U9RC12T6]Put a V6 SuperCharger +DIE-HARD Launcher in Your Pocket=She'll B Happy 2CU!
this phone can be called a phone and not a calculator anymore
all the best to my fellow G'zOne Commander users
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Think I almost caused some issue with mine. Was playing around with init.d & A2SD and everything was still working fine (though I can't get A2SD to work properly the phone wasn't freaking out).

But then I wake up this morning and she is sitting there at the Initializing... section of boot up. Pull the battery, power on, same thing. Remove the SD card, power on, same thing.

Plug it into the PC and start up ADB, adb reboot recovery, restore NAND and its working again.

Had myself quite scared there for a second...

But now I need to figure out exactly what I did and how to avoid doing it...though I seriously want A2SD to operate on here.
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