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[Verizon] Root using one step method

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by shaddyyy, Jan 8, 2012.

  1. shaddyyy

    shaddyyy Well-Known Member
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    Fully Rooted with SU permissions but phone doesn't enter CWM
     

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    and i also get this error where the android logo has its chest open and it has a red hazard symbol..
     
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    You have to flash CWM via ROM Manager
     
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    I had issues with CWM recovery flashed through rom manager and went back and pushed it through fastboot. It wouldn't properly install roms and kept boot looping but when I flashed through fastboot it has been fine.
     
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    If you have Root Explorer (or any root file explorer) installed, you will need to open and scroll down to /system. In here, see if you have "recovery_from_boot.p" there - if you do, you will need to change your Mount R/W to Mount R/O and rename this file to "recovery_from_boot.p.bak" - then open up ROM manager, reflash clockwork and then you should be able to reboot into recovery with no issues.
     
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    +1 on the above. Go to Wugs page where the one click is located. His first two posts explain everything. I got it all first try. He mentions to flash from rom manager and use a root explorer app, I used ES file explorer, to rename a file. In ES file explorer, go to settings, enable root explorer at the very bottom and click below that to change from read only to read/write so you can rename the file
     
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