How to properly ROOT your HTC Hero Sprint..

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  1. DFRESH

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    The number 1 step is to buy a bag of Sand..

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    1. You open the bag of sand, take some out and you set it next to your HTC Hero Sprint phone.

    2. You sprinkle some sand on it every 15 secs, make sure it's 1 Tbs of sand. Anything more will brick your phone.

    3. Once you know there's enough sand, you can actually use a shovel to remove the sand from your phone.

    4. Do not try to throw your phone in a sand box, it will not work.

    5. If you followed all my steps on how to root your phone the properly way, your will see that your phone has been rooted.
     

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  2. 702DROID

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    dont forget plenty of water for the root to take place
     
  3. DFRESH

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    Thanks 702, I totally forgot about that..

    People please use water for the root to take place...
     
  4. DFRESH

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    702 ...now that the Kernel is out, will we have a new updated version of Fresh 1.1 ROM or what?
     
  5. 702DROID

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    flip(maker of fresh rom) has a busy weekend and is trying to finish the new kitchen but a new rom is just around the corner so very vry soon there will be an update coming
    :D:D:p
     
  6. DFRESH

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    niiiiice! I bet he is busy ..

    but a new fresh rom would be nice....I can already see it...fasssssssst!
     
  7. thatjerk

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    I prefer potting soil and lots of sunlight after the rooting has taken place...
     
  8. 702DROID

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    i perfer mineral water and mineral wool ....get you higher yields :D;)
     
  9. Visionikz03

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    A lil fertilizer can work wonders on getting a phone rooted too! Somethin about the high nitrogen content makes these phones' software seem so light and zippy once rooted :)
     
  10. jersey221

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  11. SamuraiBigEd

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    All the bs in this thread should provide plenty of fertilizer!:D
     
  12. khaag27

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    Ok so I just did this. How do I know if I"m rooted or not? I keep getting and error every time I pour the water on it?? PLEASE HELP ME........ Am I mounting my shovel right???

    When I try to take a screen shot it just looks like ink on the screen.
     
  13. SamuraiBigEd

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    Are you using the proper format watering can?
     
  14. mysticmead

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    ahhh... the hydroponics rooting method.. much higher quality rooting for sure.
     
  15. mich0020

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    I don't have sand...only concrete....will that work...and could you please post the directions step by step for me please?
     
  16. SamuraiBigEd

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    I could be wrong, but concrete is only for bricking your phone.
     
  17. DFRESH

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    You trying to brick your phone? Sand buddy! use the damn sand!
     
  18. Visionikz03

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    Actually bricking ur phone would involve dropping a cinderblock on it after pure frustration trying to root but come back with errors again and again :D
     
  19. andy22

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    The auto rooter is like an aero garden for rooting.
     
  20. SamuraiBigEd

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    Boy are you wrong, the auto rooter is for rooting your car!
     
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