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Root Rooting on Hero Build Number 1.79

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by CakraMas, May 23, 2010.

  1. CakraMas

    CakraMas New Member
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    Hi there,

    My HTC Hero have Build Number of : 1.79.482.3. Is there any way to root this type since I found that all of the way to root here is for the phone with Build Number of 2.73 ?

    Here are the complete specification of my phone :

    • Model Number : HTC Hero
    • Firmware version : 1.5
    • Baseband version : 63.18.55.06JU_6.35.08.29
    • Kernel version : 2.6.27-8dd6deee; htc-kernel@and18-2 )
    • Build number : 1.79.482.3 146733 CL#49365 release-keys
    • Software version : www.HIAPK.com 1.2_g3_sense

    Thanks in advance

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    NB :
    Sorry for making this thread, since nobody answer my question on this thread.
     

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  2. Xyro

    Xyro 4 8 15 16 23 42
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    You root it the same way you'd root any other firmware. In fact a lot of people who upgrade to the latest firmwares have to downgrade back to older ones like yours (newer firmwares are patched against rooting).

    So the guide at the top of this forum will do you fine :)
     
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  3. CakraMas

    CakraMas New Member
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    So,
    It means that I can follow the way on the how to root thread, as same as the buld number 2.... ? I read on another forum I have to downgrade first, then follow the guide.
     
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    Xyro 4 8 15 16 23 42
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    Essentially, no matter what your actual firmware build no, there are only two situations to be in when it comes to rooting. If you have a unpatched firmware your phone will run the necessary apps to root and install custom ROMs. If your firmware is patched, these programs will be blocked and you have to downgrade to one of the unpatched firmwares.

    The easiest way to tell is to just try and root. If instantroot.apk and flashrec won't work on your phone, you will have to downgrade using a goldcard.
     
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