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No more root cause of gingerbread

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by rumblee1, Jun 2, 2011.

  1. rumblee1

    rumblee1 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I rooted my x using z4root and it worked flawlessly. Today moto and verizon forced gingerbread onto my phone. Didnt want it but had no choice. I downloaded gingerbreak, made sure my sd was mounted and had my usb debug enabled but it just wouldnt work. I let it go multiple times for as long as a half hour, but nothing. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
     


  2. z0mb13m4n

    z0mb13m4n Android Enthusiast

    gingerbreak doesn't work on the ota. you'll have to sbf back to froyo and flash the pre-rooted GB file that can be found in the sticky thread. would link to it but I'm on the phandroid app
     
  3. Greavous

    Greavous Android Enthusiast

    yep, SBF back to .340 and then root. Then, put the two files from this link on your SD card and boot into recovery using D2 Bootstrap. Install both files and then reboot. You will come out on the other end with the latest GB and rooted.
     
  4. SFWB

    SFWB Android Enthusiast

    I SBF'ed to .340 last night because I was running ApeX 1.41 and wanted GB. I made the mistake of updating the phone OTA. Since that meant I couldn't root I just SBF'ed back to .340 again so I could install the rooted version of .596. It wasn't all that bad.
     
  5. SimsDelt

    SimsDelt Android Expert

    SBF instructions are found in the stickys. Can't post the link. On my phone now.
     
  6. cougar214

    cougar214 Android Expert

    You can copy and post link sims but you have to be using the browser and not phandroid and its also a pain in da butt....lol
     

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