File Permissions

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by jeffwalker3959, Nov 24, 2010.

  1. jeffwalker3959

    jeffwalker3959 Well-Known Member
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    I rooted my Droid Continuum with z4Root and it worked perfectly. I am wondering if there is a way to change the file permissions of my internal files so that I can do some of my own changes??

    Is there any app that will allow this or something? Will BusyBox do this for me??
     

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  2. liewbob

    liewbob Well-Known Member
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    Rom Manager does file permissions and has worked well for me.
     
  3. jeffwalker3959

    jeffwalker3959 Well-Known Member
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    How? I downloaded Rom Manager, but i clicked Fix Permissions and all the files are still locked in my files.
     
  4. liewbob

    liewbob Well-Known Member
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    Jeff-
    I'm not a developer, just an enthusiast - and I'm definitely command-line challenged - so for all I know, you're more Android savvy than I am ;-)
    When I run Fix Permissions - it runs through what I think are all my apps (200+) and changes some permissions. It takes about 5 minutes.
    If this isn't working for you, I'd message Koush - the developer.
    Other than that, you can try a nand restore.
    Good luck!
     
  5. Szadzik

    Szadzik Well-Known Member
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    Just use one of many file ezplorers that change file permissions on the go, SU FBS, Root Explorer and many more.
     
  6. jeffwalker3959

    jeffwalker3959 Well-Known Member
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    I bought Root Explorer, but when i try to change the file permissions for the /system directory, it automatically reverts back to the pervious permission settings and I can't paste or manage files within the directory.

    Is there a specific command to change the permissions of the root directories??

    Thanks
     

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