Root This is how you Root the Pantech Flex P8010

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by donavan01, Nov 22, 2012.

  1. donavan01

    donavan01 Active Member
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  2. jSterling

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    Excellent, thank you tons. I'm going to get this rooted and I'm starting on a ROM tonight, now I do have a family and a full-time job. This is definetly going to be all I do in the free time I do have, this is such a great phone, price aside, it burns holes in my old HTC phones and my Nitro HD, I was very surprised how snappy it is, I don't even have an urge to overclock this phone. Now I do have a problem with the camera, but hopefully I will be able to fix that.

    Anyway, keep on the look out for my first ROM thanks to donaven for the root :) This phone can't be ignored like it has been, it's my first pantech and I love it more then any other phone I've had!
     
  3. str8stryk3r

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    So yeah. I've tried rooting this this phone following the instructions and nothing seems to be working for me. I think I got adb setup properly because i make it all the way to the part that says I should see "OSCAR01111112001580 device" I continue on with the instructions and then it hangs at the part that says "If all is successful I will tell you, if not this shell will run forever." I don't get a prompt on my phone to reboot or restore or whatever it said. So any suggestions?

    EDIT~~ I removed the sd card and it made it a little further but at the end of everything it says "mount: permission denied (are you root?) Then just says exit so I have no idea what to proceed in doing.
     
  4. atadres

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    hmm ok i was having issues too when i used wubi with zubuntu and ubuntu on my amd laptop try using Linux mint ? that worked for me
     
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  5. str8stryk3r

    str8stryk3r Well-Known Member
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    That seemed to have done the trick, according to root checker at least. Appreciate the info.
     
  6. atadres

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    Sure man not a problem
     
  7. atadres

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    Ps don't forget we have a custom recovery over at xda :) we need rom builders

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