Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by boricuakiller, Jul 11, 2013.
we need you friend we need root b11 any way u can help dr junkie
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dude we allready have root for it. look around before you post everwhere for it. it's annoying
flash this in cwm
i dont have root i dont have cwm i have stock recovery so i cant flash anything until we get root then we can flash cwm
u using a different zip i update via ota so im full stock stock recovery no root and no cwm thanks for the annoying part
use junkies tool to flash cwm with fastboot instead of terminal problem solved
*Edit* he is right tho, you need to actually read the posts that have been made and you will find all the answers
*Edit2* You remind me of an old irc friend of mine named QAM, hes just as annoying and hard to follow as you are
lol yea, i came up with the root method for this rom long before the rom existed. there are posts from months ago stating how it should work and even linking to a generic rooting zip just like the one above, hell it might even be the same zip
you just have to make sure you have the fastboot drivers set up properly which often times takes manually forcing the kernel debug driver in the device manager. but fastboot doesnt require root, itll let you flash cwm, then cwm will allow you to flash the root zip
I don't know if you've solved your root problem.
Here's the thread I started to deal with not having root after setting up OTA J.B. In my case I was just living up to my user name, (I screwed up).
My last post was just after solving the problem, it was a weird solution, but it's a solid rooted install right now.
how do i do fastboot to flash cwm thanks
Have you got Junkies AIO tool? Download it if not, and on your computer, click on the AIO.exe that's inside.
You'll have a little interface, and with the phone, USB connected, select fastboot, and CWM standard, let it run for a minute or so. Also, than run the Root tool. In both case's, it reboots the phone, when it's done with both cycles of re-booting, try going into recovery, it's there, and than that I decided I'd have nothing to loose by also installing root.zip, and that's what gave my phone back root.
See, I had the feeling, it wasn't really rooted, and that if I tried anything from recovery, I'd brick the phone.
So Junkies tool, (with the new partitions maybe being an issue), let me get the root.zip to fully install.
Hope it works for you.
thanks guys omg works i though i have to be rooted i have cwm u guys are awesom junkie u the best thank u a billion time
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