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Root Drivers not found after 2.2

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by draconius, Aug 21, 2010.

  1. draconius

    draconius Well-Known Member
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    I plugged my phone into my computer after 2.2 update, and now it doesn't have the drivers for the MB810.

    I can't run adb shell anymore...it can't see the devices when I try to run it.

    I am running Win7 32-Bit. Phone is in USB debugging and PC Mode

    Head scratcher.
     

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  2. haevn

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    try putting the phone on mass storage or sync mode, i heard others say those work
     
  3. bigworm410

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    Same thing happened to me, i switched to mass storage mode, and then it would pop up.
     
  4. draconius

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    Thanks Dark!!!

    Installed the myanth one and it worked perfectly!
     
  5. draconius

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    ok...now when I try to push a new build.prop I am getting this...wtf?
    "failed to copy 'build.prop' to /system/build.prop': permission denied"
     
  6. Dark Matter

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    Through ADB right?
    If so do
    adb shell
    su
    then on your phone hit allow.
     
  7. draconius

    draconius Well-Known Member
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    adb is already allowed through su

    Watched my screen and said was allowed. Tried to re push and got the same permission denied... :(

    Here is the sequence I am doing:

    "adb shell"
    "su"
    "mount -o remount,rw -t yaffs2 /dev/mtd/mtdblock4 /system"
    "exit"
    "exit"
    "adb push build.prop /system/build.prop"

    I have my build.prop in the tools folder. Also ried doing it through root explorer, but wouldn't let me saying that the file is read-only AND when I download a build.prop it saves it as build.txt.
     
  8. Dark Matter

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    Shouldnt it be?
    "adb shell"
    "su"
    "mount -o remount,rw -t yaffs2 /dev/mtd/mtdblock4 /system"
    "adb push build.prop /system/build.prop"
    "exit"
     
  9. draconius

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    ^^
    I'll try it...it shouldn't eff anything up...right?
     
  10. draconius

    draconius Well-Known Member
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    I get adb not found as a result...
     
  11. colchiro

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    Your computer can't find your adb file so you need to add it to your computer's path.

    My adb.exe is in D:\android-sdk-windows\tools so I have to add

    D:\android-sdk-windows\tools;

    to the path, making sure it's preceded by a semicolon. Obviously your location may be different. Use these instructions to add it to yours before proceeding. (Should work for all versions of windows.) How to set the path in Windows 2000 / Windows XP.
     
  12. draconius

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    Did that and I still get adb: not found

    Here is my path entry:
    %SystemRoot%\system32;%SystemRoot%;%SystemRoot%\System32\Wbem;%SYSTEMROOT%\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\;C:\users\draconius\desktop\tools
     
  13. colchiro

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    ... and adb.exe is in C:\users\draconius\desktop\tools?

    You're positive that's the exact spelling of the folder?

    What's up with the spaces in System32 and WindowsPowerShell?
     
  14. draconius

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    There are no spaces in the path...must have happened when I copy/pasted into the forum...weird.

    Positive. Here is a screen cap of my tools folder:
    [​IMG]
     
  15. D13

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    no because when you do adb shell you enter the world of busybox, so no more adb commands
    You can only do stuff like cp, mv, rm
    draconius that is why I gave you the different commands
     
  16. Piiman

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    Make sure you turn off usb debugging. Once i did that the drivers loaded right up.
     
  17. colchiro

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    If you open a command prompt and type the following, pressing enter after each line:
    ... it should find it and give you a page of output.

    Assuming that works, you could add simply type
    ... then proceed with the rest of your script even if you have to CD to a different folder.

    IF it doesn't work, then you have something goofy with that path... something misspelled.

    FWIW, that path command should have worked, assuming you opened the dos window AFTER entering it into windows.
     

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