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  1. justjimjpc

    justjimjpc Premium Member VIP Member This Topic's Starter

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    Ok I have rooted my phone ...

    I have telnet and terminal apps installed ... I am trying to get into the root directory/sub-directories and can not figure out how to do it ...
     

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  2. devolio

    devolio Well-Known Member

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    Which directory are you trying to get into or find?
     
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    justjimjpc Premium Member VIP Member This Topic's Starter

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    I am trying to get into /root/???? subdirectories ...

    or where paid apps are stored ... and where the default apps are stored ...

    I was able to run your backupapps.sh .... so root cmd sh does work
     
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    devolio Well-Known Member

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    Code (Text):
    1. [B]Normal apps[/B]
    2. cd /data/app
    3.  
    4. [B]Paid apps[/B]
    5. cd /data/app-private
     
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    justjimjpc Premium Member VIP Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks ...

    so if I run terminal ...

    su
    # cp -R /data/app /sdcard/DL_Apps

    and...

    # cp -R /data/app-private /sdcard/DL_Apps

    should give me all the downloaded apps in the "/sdcard/sdcard/DL_Apps directory ?

    BTW: Is there a file manager that takes advantage of rooted_OS ?
     
  6. devolio

    devolio Well-Known Member

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    Yep, pretty much.
     
  7. justjimjpc

    justjimjpc Premium Member VIP Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks so nuch ...

    BTW: Is there a file manager that takes advantage of rooted_OS ?
    which would make this easier ...!:)
     
  8. devolio

    devolio Well-Known Member

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    Not that I'm aware of :( adb shell :)
     

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