Root How To Root R800a?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Crash27, Oct 9, 2011.

  1. Crash27

    Crash27 Well-Known Member
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    I was curious on how to root the R800a, If someone could post a guide or steps to the process if it is possible for this version.
     

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  2. Cl8rs

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    Sadly, currently, the only available method is the paid one over at XDA. I am in the same boat, only I have the R800X, I am just gonna wait for a new exploit or something.
     
  3. XperiaTACO4G

    XperiaTACO4G Well-Known Member
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    That's the at&t version right?
     
  4. Cl8rs

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    Yup, the only current root method is the paid method above. I myself am waiting for a new exploit.
     
  5. Xperia2000

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    XDA will not accept Verizon's ip address so is there another way to get this root app
     
  6. Cl8rs

    Cl8rs Well-Known Member
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    What are you talking about? There is no app, a guy unlocks your bootloader and roots your phone via remote control.
     
  7. Crash27

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    I wonder how long until they root the R800a. I just finished getting my X10 all setup the way I like it then I pick up the Play. LOL. Now I have to wait again for a way to root it. Hopefully they root is soon for It will be nice to play with once rooted.. I just finished rooting my Asus Transformer so that will have to keep me occupied until then........:)
     
  8. alquistador

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    you should be able to put 2.3.2 on the the then ginger break and do a OTA to 2.3.4. i did that and still have my root. Rogers phone ona bell network.
     
  9. paxchristos

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  10. Crash27

    Crash27 Well-Known Member
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    Worked like a charm, I just finished rooting my R800a and it went without a hitch, Now I can do some modding.....LOL
     
  11. Wisenos

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    you wouldn't understand lol
    rooted r800a and freed up some memory :)
     

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