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Root Ace Hack Kit 12.3 inspire 4g gingerbread.

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ian3head, Sep 10, 2011.

  1. ian3head

    ian3head Member
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    basicly im familiar with iphones but not rooting after switching to android. this will be my first time rooting.

    i have a inspire 4g on stock gingerbread 2.3.3 Sense 2.1
    basicly all i want to accomplish is gain root access, unlock, flash a new radio and i want a stock 2.3.3 rom and sense 3.0

    im using att1n's ace hack kit 12.3 and i have no idea what im doing really.
    i dont know how to get the sd cid number from the sd card and at this point im not sure wether i need to format the sd or what. help please.

    can someone break it down. maybe a video if available? or explain this part of the process.
     

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  2. dots

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    Did you read the "effin manual"? Its all there.

    Just open the hack-ace.cmd as administrator choose option 1. Then start the process in order and use the "effin manual" as reference.
     
  3. andrews317

    andrews317 Well-Known Member
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    I was taking a look at the Ace Hack Kit, and I read this:

    What does that exactly means? I am using a stock unlocked phone.
     
  4. csoto2010

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    Basically if your phone is already rooted and you have your radio set to s-off, you don't need to follow that step. When he says s-off that means that the radio has already been set to off, you would not be able to have a custom rom if you we're not already rooted.
     
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  5. csoto2010

    csoto2010 Well-Known Member
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    Because you are running stock this is not a step you need to worry about. Sorry I am currently unable to edit my post for whatever reason.
     
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