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[International / GSM] Used SuperBoot, but no root now

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jmklei0, Jan 2, 2012.

  1. jmklei0

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    I unlocked the bootloader on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Then, I used Superboot on the computer. It installed SuperUser and I subsequently installed BusyBox. But, Rootchecker says Root is not veryified. As well, BusyBox will not install (and other apps), saying that it can't get permission from SuperUser. I thought everything was done correctly. Please help.
     

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  2. Yeahha

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    I would suggest trying to use a different root method.

    Try the method that involves either flashing or softbooting CWM then flashing su.zip in recovery to see if that works better for you. IMO it is easier than using the superboot method ;)
     
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    Re-did the double-click of install-superboot and it worked this time.
     
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