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Root Easiest Way To Root And UnRoot!

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Surfer, Aug 6, 2010.

  1. Surfer

    Surfer Well-Known Member
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  2. novagator

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    Well, I was debating whether or not I wanted to root. This may have just made up my mind for me.
     
  3. Surfer

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    Yah I had that same problem, and then I decided, I can unroot if I want to!
     
  4. Dieabolical

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    This program does work, but it isn't really a "one click" and thats it method. What is does is install the needed "update.zip" file to the internal sd card, and reboots it into recovery easier. You will still need to select the "reinstall packages" option when the recovery menu shows up. It still saves time because its a royal pain in the ass sometimes to hold both volume +/- and the power button at the same time, at the right exact time to get into the recovery menu.
     
  5. Surfer

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    Yah it is really simple to me, but I know what you mean. I kept getting my phone to shut on and off and eventually got it
     
  6. thindery

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    I manually rooted, so can I do this program's "unroot" method when I end up going back to att and tell them I have to return it because it can't find me on a map? Or do I have to manually unroot now?
     
  7. hoodtrix

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    good find
     
  8. Crayola

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    Something is wrong here, is this not a real root? I used this method to root my phone and enjoyed titanium backup and whatnot, but amidst installing the HTC_IME i needed to install busybox, which then proceeded to fail and told me i didn't have NAND unlocked. What gives?
     
  9. kamots

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    after you rooted, did you download rom manager from the market? Of not, you should download it, flash clockwork recovery,(top option) and back up current rom. That will take care of the nand backup of your phone
     
  10. pnelly16

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