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    Hello,

    I have tried to root my phone a few times by using this write up;

    How To Root The Casio GzOne Commando | AndroidFC

    I have installed Android SDK and after some issues, got that all in okay. Now when I go to use Super One Click, it connects, then the phone tries to go into an MTP mode and the phone disconnects. Very frustrating. How do I disable this? I looked threw the setting and can not find it.
     

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    I kept at it, and figured it out. Now I am just trying to figure out how to use Titanium program.
     
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    Can you please email me detailed info on how you did this... jordanstrickland@Yahoo.com I can't seem to get it to work and I think I'm doing something wrong
     
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    I plan to write a step by step the best I can when I get enough free time. Work has been busy!
     
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    Download the C771 drivers from the drivers thread and install. Connect your C771 by usb and windows will find the drivers and install. You may have to unconnect and reconnect for all to install. In device manager you should see an Android device listed when the drivers are properly installed. Download SuperOneClick and run it and select root. SOC will do the rest.
     
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    I've been trying to root this commando and I can't get it done. I'm using windows 7, I installed the drivers from the other page and when I get to SOC it hangs up when it's looking for the device. Then I get the message that SOC is not responding.

    Any ideas what's going on? Can McAfee or AVG be screwing something up.
     
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    One thing I noticed that really messes up connecting with SOC, is you HAVE to put the phone into the mode "Ask on plug" for USB mode. The pick the one that is just as a storage device, or for the CD card. Without my phone plugged in, I can not remember what it says exactly. That was the biggest issue I was having.It would make it not respond and I would have to end the task.

    Hope this helps.
     
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    this isnt a reply to colt but a seperate problem i got everything rooted using super one click but when i run root checker app it says that root access is not properly configured or was not granted also says alternate su binary location:/sbin/su permission denied then it states su binary not found un the system declared path anyone have any suggestions or should i un root and try again?
    any help is anticipated and appriceated
     

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