Root Intercept Root Apk and Recovery flasher

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by EdAndInn, Jun 14, 2011.

  1. EdAndInn

    EdAndInn Well-Known Member
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  2. dudleesmuk

    dudleesmuk Well-Known Member
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    it works. ty developers. u Guys role.
     
  3. pompei

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    hi im new to this site and new to rooting. i just rooted using this method but now i want to use custom recovery but im not sure how to go about doing so i went to install recovery and i reboots into cm recovery v2.5.1.0 & os internal and im sure what to do next. I'm being real carefull i dont want brick my phone but i think i click on back up and restore not sure tho .Also after i back up i want to start customizing my vm intercept what would my next steps b n where can i find the custom rom ,kernal etc strictly for the vm intercept i have googled all my questions but im such a noob im not fully understanding the info given hoping u guys can offer some help again thanks for the assistance so far and thanks to sdx for wrk u guys have done cant wait to push my phone to its limits if anybody can help i would really appreciate it thanks in advance
     
  4. leonard26

    leonard26 Active Member
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    This method works great, I have 2.1 with a Sprint baseband and temp root works great, thanks.
     
  5. dudleesmuk

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    i have used this method for rooting and im running crapkernel. i was wondering if there is a better kernel i could download. im totaly happy with this 1 but if there is a better 1 then why not use it. ty in advance.
     
  6. soy.lor.n

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    I just wanted to reiterate how amazing this root method is. I tried two or three different methods to root, with mild success.

    I'm a pretty tech savvy person in general, although not a phone expert by any means- but I'm certainly not used to doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. (I hear that's the definition of insanity, or biology.) One of the things I tried was superoneclick which other people had success with, and it worked for me like one time out of a hundred, and I have no idea what made that one time special.
    This app on the other hand just worked on the first time! Had root in like 2 minutes - and most of that time was spent downloading the apk.

    I haven't restarted the phone yet, so I can't be sure if I can get permanent root, but I really only need it for occasional tethering for my nook color, and if I have to spend 30 seconds to root before tethering I can totally deal with that.

    Yay so happy! Thanks guys!
     
  7. carriong

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    does anyone know how to forward a text conversation to email?
     
  8. Websurfer295

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  9. kcmartz

    kcmartz Well-Known Member
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    If you don't understand what ROOT is, I would suggest not being rooted. If you're not careful you can completely and permanently RUIN your phone.
     
  10. kcmartz

    kcmartz Well-Known Member
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    Worked for me :D
     
  11. superfly071293

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    My uncle tried to root my samsung intercept 2.2. I don't know exactly what he did but in the process he managed to break my phone. When I tried to turn on my phone it would remain black and vibate. :mad: I replaced the phone and now have a new samsung intercept 2.2. I am worried this is going to happen again if I try to root it. Do I have to wait a while after I buy the phone for the rooting to work? Does intercept root apk and recovery flasher really work on the samsung intercept 2.2?
     
  12. superfly071293

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    Just wanted to update my last post to say I finally got up enough courage to try this root, and it WORKS!! Super easy the only problem is that it does not automatically install superuser, but that is okay because I found it online and am now going to flash a new rom!
     
  13. superfly071293

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    Go to [GUIDE] - How to install Custom Kernel/ROM on your Intercept using CM01 Recovery
    This should tell you everything you need to know, but be EXTREMELY careful and do exactly what they say. I would suggest the bROM. Hope this works!!
     
  14. nsciucco

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    it worked really well for me ... super easy, I downloaded the file right from my phone. no need to connect to a pc
     
  15. AirCatHeavy

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    When I visit the site, there is an update that says this no longer works as of Feb 2012.
     
  16. Dupiche

    Dupiche New Member
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    It doesnt work for me... I used to have root but after android update all root attempt and installation has failed. I have a samsung transform ultra.
    Android Ver 2.3.6
    I've tried eveything
    :mad:
     

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