TWO s off methods!


  1. scotty85

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    moonshine has been released:
    moonshine xda thread
    direct link:
    http://moonshine.io/

    and also a well known team has released what they are calling a developer early access edition:
    revolutionary

    i tried revolutionarys method partially becasue it used more commands and was slightly less automated,partially becasue it didnt require linux,and mostly becasue moonshine doesnt list a download for t mobile us yet.

    worked like a charm on my first try,casueing much giddy schoolgirl type giggling :D

    heres what it looks like,if anyone has the notion to try it:
    Code (Text):
    1. c:\miniadb_m7>[COLOR="Red"]adb push revone /data/local/tmp/[/COLOR]
    2. 3272 KB/s (646704 bytes in 0.193s)
    3.  
    4. c:\miniadb_m7>[COLOR="red"]adb shell[/COLOR]
    5. shell@android:/ $ [COLOR="red"]cd /data/local/tmp[/COLOR]
    6. cd /data/local/tmp
    7. shell@android:/data/local/tmp $ [COLOR="red"]chmod 755 revone[/COLOR]
    8. chmod 755 revone
    9. shell@android:/data/local/tmp $ [COLOR="red"]su[/COLOR]
    10. su
    11. root@android:/data/local/tmp # [COLOR="red"]./revone -P[/COLOR]
    12. ./revone -P
    13. revone successful - please reboot to continue.
    14. root@android:/data/local/tmp #
    15.  
    16. [COLOR="Blue"]*physically reboot phone(dont use adb reboot)[/COLOR]
    17.  
    18. c:\miniadb_m7>[COLOR="Red"]adb shell[/COLOR]
    19. shell@android:/ $ [COLOR="red"]cd /data/local/tmp[/COLOR]
    20. cd /data/local/tmp
    21. shell@android:/data/local/tmp $ [COLOR="red"]su[/COLOR]
    22. su
    23. root@android:/data/local/tmp # [COLOR="red"]./revone -s 0 -u[/COLOR]
    24. ./revone -s 0 -u
    25. revone successful.
    26. root@android:/data/local/tmp # [COLOR="red"]exit[/COLOR]
    27. exit
    28. shell@android:/data/local/tmp $ [COLOR="red"]exit[/COLOR]
    29. exit
    30.  
    31. c:\miniadb_m7>[COLOR="red"]adb reboot bootloader[/COLOR]
    32.  
    33. c:\miniadb_m7>[COLOR="red"]fastboot getvar all[/COLOR]
    34. (bootloader) version: 0.5
    35. (bootloader) version-bootloader: 1.44.0000
    36. (bootloader) version-baseband: 4A.14.3250.15
    37. (bootloader) version-cpld: None
    38. (bootloader) version-microp: None
    39. (bootloader) version-main: 1.27.531.7
    40. (bootloader) version-misc: PVT SHIP S-OFF
    41. (bootloader) serialno: HTxxxxxxxxxx
    42. (bootloader) imei: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    43. (bootloader) meid: 00000000000000
    44. (bootloader) product: m7_ul
    45. (bootloader) platform: HBOOT-8064
    46. (bootloader) modelid: PN0713000
    47. (bootloader) cidnum: T-MOB010
    48. (bootloader) battery-status: good
    49. (bootloader) battery-voltage: 4107mV
    50. (bootloader) partition-layout: Generic
    51. (bootloader) security: off [COLOR="Blue"]<-hooray![/COLOR]
    52. (bootloader) build-mode: SHIP
    53. (bootloader) boot-mode: FASTBOOT
    54. (bootloader) commitno-bootloader: dirty-60fafa5b0be2807a0ad050f62f94e0010
    55. getvar:all FAILED (unknown status code)
    56. finished. total time: 0.087s

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  2. chong67

    chong67 Well-Known Member

    I got my Tmo HTC One yesterday.

    Can I get it rooted w/o using HTCDev?
  3. scotty85

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    With Revone, Possibly. There have been varying degrees of success with the temp root that tool uses. You can remove all visual traces of having unloc s off, I would recommend just doing that. Being unlocked and rooted already, it worked for me on the first try.

    With moonshine, you need to be unlocked and rooted with the one. Last I checked, there was not a moonshine download for T Mobile.
  4. chong67

    chong67 Well-Known Member

    I need to doing more readings on this. Go to xda right?

    Its fun doing HTC again. Lots of things to figure out.
  5. scotty85

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    As long as you are somewhat familiar with the command window, my code box above and XDA thread should be all you need. There is also an HTC Dev thread in international one sub-forum if you need it. Holler if you have questions :)
  6. chong67

    chong67 Well-Known Member

    I have not dig/read into it, but s-off is this easy now?

    It was difficult with HTC Evo 4G LTE.
  7. scotty85

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    I don't know how easy it was to actually come up with the exploit , but actually running revone was incredibly easy for me. took all of about 3 minutes, lol
  8. soc462

    soc462 New Member

    Hey guys, I have t-mobile and did a warranty replacement for my original that was unlocked and rooted. I did the revone s-off and have it *** LOCKED *** and it does not say tampered, but it does say s-off.

    Can I send it back?
  9. scotty85

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  10. soc462

    soc462 New Member

    I have t-mobile and from my research the RUU still isn't available.

    That being said, thank you so much that was exactly what I needed to know!
  11. chong67

    chong67 Well-Known Member

    I might have to deal with s-off soon because if I want to update my firmware, I have to go back to unroot first.
  12. scotty85

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    S off makes your life soooooo much easier
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  13. chong67

    chong67 Well-Known Member

    OK, I am going to do it this weekend. I am going to do Moonshine as it is the easiest.
  14. scotty85

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    i did rev one,and it was extremely easy,and fast. it worked fine for me on the first time.allready being unlocked and rooted may have helped.

    i havent used moonshine,so i cant comment from experience. from the directions the phone may reboot several times. so while it may be easier in that you just have to run the program and then watch it,it may take longer and be slightly more nerve-racking :eek: :D

    not saying you should use rev one,just giving some feedbAck. imo its awsome that we actually have a choice in s off methods to use. :cool:
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  15. chong67

    chong67 Well-Known Member

    I think I might do the rev one and its just typing on the dos prompt and follow the instructions. I don't like toolkit and automated process.
  16. scotty85

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    i agree. i dont like tookits either. i did revone exactly becasue it was less automated.
  17. chong67

    chong67 Well-Known Member

    I now have Revoutionary HD ROM on my phone.

    I don't see the list of supported ROM that can use to get s-off with Moonshine.
  18. chong67

    chong67 Well-Known Member

    Scotty,

    I have download the file from Moonshine.

    I have Revolutionary HD install and the Firmware that came with it and is that OK?
  19. scotty85

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    i have no idea. last i looked at moonshine,they said you had to be on the stock rom,and at that time there was no t mobile download for the tool. ill take a closer look later,but only thing i can say without looking is make sure you follow their directions exactly,as they are not very nice in IRC if you need support and have varied from their instruction.
  20. zachthebomb13

    zachthebomb13 Member

    I'm getting a "Gaining root access (thanks to Dan's motochopper)...Segmentation fault (core dumped)" message, and it won't work. Any ideas on what is going on?

    edit- sorry, when I run the ./revone -P command
  21. zachthebomb13

    zachthebomb13 Member

    Is s-off even needed to flash roms? Or should I even bother. Also, I read somewhere that when I flashed the ruu to get it back to stock, it may have made it so I can't access s-off anymore. Anyone know if this is true? Thanks.
  22. clsA

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    The revone s-off work's in hboot 1.44.0000 you can check your in the bootloader screen.
    I'm not sure if the RUU you used updated it or not?
    At any rate you don't need s-off to flash roms... I recommend CleanRom it's posted in the AT&T root forum
  23. scotty85

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    yes,it is true. while the t mobile ruu did not update hboot past 1.44,it did change something else that has patched both revone and moonshine's exploits. :(

    as clsa said,you do not need s off to flash roms,but it is doing several other security checks and has several limitations. it just all depends on the extent to wich you would like to modify your phone.

    i personally am an advocate of s off,as long as you are capable of using some caution as to what you flash and why :)
  24. zachthebomb13

    zachthebomb13 Member

    So, I used the most recent ruu, so I'm assuming s-off is not impossible. Which is probably good, as I killed my phone 8 hours after I bought it, and it took me two days to get it back working again. I tried the modaco switch, as I wanted the gpe experience (I want as close to stock as possible), but that is what started the problems, so I don't want to mess with that right now. Which rom do you suggest? Will changing the roms affect the radios at all? Thanks all. I'm coming from Moto Bionic to the one, so this is all new to me.
  25. scotty85

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    did you read this? ;)
    what that statement means,is "yes. s off is impossible if youve accepted either the OTA or run the RUU, and have updated to 1.27.531.11"

    your stuck with s on until another exploit is found. :(

    the first rule of rooting,is always take advantage of exploits when they pop up. they tend to get patched quickly.

    a good rule with htc is never accept an ota or run a new ruu(leaked or official) while s on. the tighter security gets,the harder it is to crack.
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