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Old March 21st, 2012, 03:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I want to root my phone but last time i rooted my phone i messed it up and thats why i had to get a new phone. Can someone help me with this process? I've never rooted a Android device and i really dont want to mess up my Esteem.

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I want to root my phone but last time i rooted my phone i messed it up and thats why i had to get a new phone. Can someone help me with this process? I've never rooted a Android device and i really dont want to mess up my Esteem.

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here u go good luck [ROOT] For LG Esteem ZVC!!!
HEHE..that's called getting Nija'ed brother LOL
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I am really new to droid phones. I have had my esteem for 1 mo. and I would like to root it. I have tried to follow these threads about rooting and I'm just not understanding all of the lingo(lol). I am so confused about how to even start to root my phone. Can someone put it in terms I can understand?
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I am really new to droid phones. I have had my esteem for 1 mo. and I would like to root it. I have tried to follow these threads about rooting and I'm just not understanding all of the lingo(lol). I am so confused about how to even start to root my phone. Can someone put it in terms I can understand?
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[QUOTE=Viper52;4125404]I am really new to droid phones. I have had my esteem for 1 mo. and I would like to root it. I have tried to follow these threads about rooting and I'm just not understanding all of the lingo(lol). I am so confused about how to even start to root my phone. Can someone put it in terms I can understand?[/QUOT

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right now I am so confused from reading all of the threads about rooting. I don't even know how to start the process.
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I am really new to droid phones. I have had my esteem for 1 mo. and I would like to root it. I have tried to follow these threads about rooting and I'm just not understanding all of the lingo(lol). I am so confused about how to even start to root my phone. Can someone put it in terms I can understand?

Download the program for the type of computer/OS you have. Install Esteem drivers if they are NOT already installed. Put your phone into USB debugging mode found in settings/applications/development. Connect your USB cable to the USB port on your phone and put phone in internet connection. Run the run.bat file that was in the ZIP you downloaded.

I dont think it can be explained any simpler than that.



P.S. If you are having this much trouble understanding the install instructions, which are extremely easy, I would seriously think about this before you do it. No offense but it seems you are not thoroughly educated in this type of phone software. You might wanna learn a little more before you continue.

And I say this for YOUR phone's safety.
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This is my very first smart phone. So i guess I'm not understanding what files to use with my phone. What do I do on the PC and what to do on my phone. I know it seems dumb for you guys for me to ask, but to me it seems complex.
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This is my very first smart phone. So i guess I'm not understanding what files to use with my phone. What do I do on the PC and what to do on my phone. I know it seems dumb for you guys for me to ask, but to me it seems complex.

No it's not dumb. You have to learn somewhere. BUT at the same time you can really mess things up because you haven't fully gained the knowledge yet. Proceed with caution and be careful.

The only way to learn is to do it, just be careful.

My advice is to learn what "Terms" you don't know and learn what they are and what they do. Most of this stuff is basic computer knowledge NOT phone knowledge. So it sound like you lack basic computer knowledge as well. I would learn some terms first so you have SOME understanding before you go in because you can end up WITHOUT a phone before it's all said and done.
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I read the other thread here and what worked for someone, didn't work for someone else. This is my only phone and I don't want to screw it up.
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Thanks to a fellow Michigander. I read the other thread here and what worked for someone, didn't work for someone else. This is my only phone and I don't want to screw it up.

With that being said proceed with caution and make sure you FULLY understand what you are doing before you do it.

It's not hard stuff it really isn't. I didn't know shit about rooting phones and what not a year ago BUT I knew a lot about computers so it came easy for me. Once I did it I understood.

Just follow the directions. The program will tell you what to do and what the phone is doing.
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how do I make a backup of what I have before I start?
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You cant until you root.

I seriously doubt you will brick your phone from rooting. The program wont go through the process unless the phone is set up right.
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reboot to cwm then scroll down to backup
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Have you download the zip yet from the link above? For windows? Or whatever OS your using.

Download the zip package and install the drivers. You cant do anything until the drivers are installed on your computer. Do that then come back here.
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He's not rooted. That's what we are trying to do.
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How do I do that? What is cwm?
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You can't. Disregard that.


look. Download the drivers here

https://www.box.com/shared/i5v9kve2i19c2g2d52sg

Then download the Root for your OS here

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Focus. One step at a time. Ive got a few mins so im gonna try and help you.
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Is that first link the same drivers you get when you first hookup your phone to a PC?
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Ok. I already have that. So, I need to connect my phone to the PC in debugging mode and connected to the internet and then run that file from the second link?
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Yes open up that zip folder and double click ADB. Then click on run.bat and a cmd window will open up
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There are 3 adb files in there. Do you mean the .exe file
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Ok. It ran. I clicked to cont. and it's done. Am I rooted now?
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Your phone rebooted 3 times during the process?
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Download this app to check

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.joeykrim.rootcheck&feature=search_r esult#?t=W251bGwsMSwxLDEsImNvbS5qb2V5a3JpbS5yb290Y 2hlY2siXQ..
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I don't think it did. It ran really fast on my PC.
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your phone should have rebooted during the process. Download that app and see.
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not rooted..............damn
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Make sure USb debug is checked. Make sure you are in Internet connection and NOT Mass storage.

Internet connection is usually the problem for people.


Settings/connectivity/defualt connection mode. Check internet while phone is plugged in
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Debug is running and I am connected to my home internet as well. The phone is in internet mode.
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home internet has nothing to do with it. There is 3 options on your phone for USB connection. Mass storage, charging and Internet connection. Internet connection must be checked along with USB debug.

Once that is good open the run/bat file and try again. Your phone should reboot several times during the process. Then check it again.
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it is in internet mode. I ran it again, but nothing is happening
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Okay go back and download the drivers I posted earlier. Install those. and try again.
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Is your computer recognizing your phone when you plug it in?

Something is off in the steps somewhere because the ROOT works. Either the drivers aren't installed right or the phone isn't set up right. One or the other, it can't be anything else.
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Old March 25th, 2012, 04:57 PM   #46 (permalink)
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And are you choosing internet connection after you plug the phone to usb? From the pull down notification menu?
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The LG drivers said they were installed successfully. That bat file runs really fast, so there's no time for my phone to reboot 3 times.
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The LG drivers said they were installed successfully. That bat file runs really fast, so there's no time for my phone to reboot 3 times.

It's not recognizing your phone. Make SURE internet connection is checked.
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I did and it is connected
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I dont know. It should be working.
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