Root Help!

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Endlyssly, Nov 27, 2010.

  1. Endlyssly

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  2. kobel1up

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    Try vol up and the power button. (with your phone off) If that doesn't work try vol down and power. both with the phone off.
     
  3. Endlyssly

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    I've tried both. When I do vol down, I does go to, I think, a recovery screen, but then it always ends up with the same picture.
     
  4. kobel1up

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    Did you flash a custom rom after you did the one click root? Or maybe the recovery screen didn't flash onto your phone. I don't know what would happen if you did the one click again.
     
  5. Endlyssly

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    No, I didn't flash a rom. All I did was download the one thing, ran it, agreed to the disclaimer, then rebooted.
     
  6. kobel1up

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    Are you able to use your phone? the only other person that I would know to talk to is scary alien. Shoot him a pm and tell him your problem, he knows more about this then me.
     
  7. Endlyssly

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    Yeah, I can. I can still boot it up the regular way. Okay, I'll give him a shout. Thanks for the help. :]
     
  8. kobel1up

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    Wish I could do more for you but, I rooted the old way with sdk.
     
  9. scary alien

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    FYI, got the PM...I think its just a case of not powering down and back up right after running the 1-click. You've got to do that to "cement" the writing of custom recovery since there's a piece of jcase's app that run on next reboot that actually writes the recovery right after boot when the recovery partition is newly unsecured. Then, after that power down/up cycle, you can shutdown and boot into your shiny, new custom recovery. ;)

    At least that's my theory... :D
     

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