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Easiest way to root htc evo design 4g


Saturday 09th of March 2013 / androidforums.com
CREDITS GO TO LOLINTERNET WHO WROTE THIS GUIDE. YOU STILL VOID WARRANTEE WHEN DOING THIS.Ok, here we go.In order to root your Evo Design you'll need to unlock your bootloader, flash recovery, flash su binary, and install superuser and busybox. In this guide I will try to explain these steps as simply as I can. My goal is for it to be thorough enough that anyone that reads it can root their phone and enjoy the full benefits of this nifty little phone.First and foremost, you will need to install the Java SE Development Kit. You won't use this directly in any way, but you need it in order to install the Android SDK.Here is a wiki article that also explains how to install the Android SDKDownload link to the Java SE Development Kit (also called JDK)After installing the Java JDK, you will have to install the Android SDK which contains two tools that are essential to gaining root. They are adb (Android Debug Bridge) and fastboot. These tools are used to send files to your phone from a Windows command prompt. You will need these tools to unlock your bootloader and flash recovery.Download lin
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Before Release: HTC Droid DNA Gets Rooted, Custom Recovery and a Modified Kernel


Thursday 15th of November 2012 / androidheadlines.com
How much do you love the Android developer community? I know I love them a lot, without them I wouldn’t have Android 4.1 the day after it was announced on my Sprint Galaxy Nexus. And now the developer community has hit once again. For our friends over on Verizon looking to get the Droid DNA when it releases, or have already pre-ordered it, you’ll be happy to know it has been rooted!Not only has root been achieved. But also a custom recovery and a modified kernel have been released. Now for the shocker. We all know how Verizon likes to keep their bootloaders locked down right? Well, the Droid DNA is able to be unlocked on HTC Dev’s website. Rooting the device is very simple:¬†download the file, unzip, and flash in recovery, which installs the su binary and busybox. That’s it. Now what about S-Off and S-On.As you probably already know, you will NOT be able to write to the system partition while booted if the DNA is S-On. S-Off will need to be achieved before that is possible. So it looks like all we need now is some S-Off and developers and crack flashers are al
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How to root the LG enlighten (Tutorial)


Saturday 31st of December 2011 / androidforums.com
Here is a link that roots the enlighten on the ZV5 update. He provides a link to a clockwork mod recovery as well. Enjoy.2013 Root LG Enlighten GB 2.3.4 VS700ZV5 & ClockworkMod - VS700Here is how I rooted my LG enlighten for those having trouble.The reason Ginger-break and z4root do not work is because the exploit used by those apps were patched in the LG enlighten.*If you happened to root the LG Enlighten make sure to change the file otacerts.zip, located in /system/etc/security, to otacerts.zip.bak. This disables OTA updates. Also just as a safety net install Voodoo OTA RootKeeper to back up your su binary. *This tutorial works for the LG Enlighten with the old Kernel. If any of you found a way to root it with the new Kernel, pushed in an OTA update, don't be afraid to message me. I would like to update this tutorial for all LG Enlightens. Thank You.*"If you have problems with the phone not being detected by adb just download Pdanet and that should solve all adb detection issues."1. I installed the latest drivers for the LG enlighten. The phone comes with drivers, BUT
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[ROOT] Verizon Motorola DROID Rooting Guide


Tuesday 08th of December 2009 / forum.androidspin.com
The Verizon Motorola DROID has been rooted by Zinx VerituseI've rooted the Droid;md5sum of initial exploit zip: 94a0c30ea9104c2776d042e760bfd716Download the file directly from AndroidSPIN here:http://www.androidspin.com/downloads.ph ... d-root.zipThe exploit provides a /system/bin/su from AOSP (that is, you can only use it from adb shell).Other payloads can be arranged, but I'm too lazy to make them myself.Provide a decent payload and I will turn it in to an update.zip that the Droid will apply.Restrictions: The payload zip must be <63kI can add files already in the official update to it (update-binary).I gathered the following info to explain how to get Root:Code:Download the zip file and rename it Rename it to "update.zip" and copy to your sdcard.Power off your DROID and then power it back on again, at the same time hold down the X key.When you see the "/!" symbol, press both vol+ and camera and and a menu will appear allowing you to install the update.zip file.Once installed you will be able to run "su" from your adb shell.Enjoy
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Android Forums - View Single Post - Easiest way to root htc evo design 4g


Saturday 09th of March 2013 / androidforums.com
CREDITS GO TO LOLINTERNET WHO WROTE THIS GUIDE. YOU STILL VOID WARRANTEE WHEN DOING THIS.Ok, here we go.In order to root your Evo Design you'll need to unlock your bootloader, flash recovery, flash su binary, and install superuser and busybox. In this guide I will try to explain these steps as simply as I can. My goal is for it to be thorough enough that anyone that reads it can root their phone and enjoy the full benefits of this nifty little phone.First and foremost, you will need to install the Java SE Development Kit. You won't use this directly in any way, but you need it in order to install the Android SDK.Here is a wiki article that also explains how to install the Android SDKDownload link to the Java SE Development Kit (also called JDK)After installing the Java JDK, you will have to install the Android SDK which contains two tools that are essential to gaining root. They are adb (Android Debug Bridge) and fastboot. These tools are used to send files to your phone from a Windows command prompt. You will need these tools to unlock your bootloader and flash recovery.Download lin
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multi Tool OneClick Installer and Root


Sunday 05th of May 2013 / androidforums.com
Hey Casio lovers.Are you looking to install recovery. But it seems too hard. Well I have made it easy for you. This will install recovery from there you can install su binary and superuser.apk. Then you will have root. It will also install my boot.img too, and you can reboot to recovery with one click of a button. All you need is my new OneClickTool and GNM recovery. I included the drivers for the phone, and the stock recovery + my boot.img. Download recovery here:All In One Recovery Thread OneClick Recovery installer download here:Dev-Host - Multi tool OneClick Installer.zip - The Ultimate Free File Hosting / File Sharing Service Now DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!!! You must have usb drivers installed.You need to enable bypass booting here is the instructionsOriginally Posted by*Techniq*In the Program Menu (##PROGRAM aka ##7764726, pass 000000) Enable it and save and reboot phone. How to use OneClick Installer1. Download recovery2. Download OneClick InstallerMake a folder on your desktop. Name it what ever you want. Put OneClick zip in the folder you made and unzip it.3. Install the dr
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Root apk for L38C


Tuesday 29th of January 2013 / androidforums.com
This is an apk for rooting the L38C, which I'm told is basically the same thing as the L3 E400 and L35C. I didn't see a specific section for the L38C, so I'm putting this here. It uses a bug in the backlight driver to gain root, which affect several models from LG. This apk specifically checks for the buildprop for "LG-L38C" and "LGL35G", but if an owner of a L3 E400 want to try it out, I dont mind adding that property to my whitelist.How to use it? Install the apk from the bottom of this post. It should show up as "L38C_NoobTool" in the apps. Install ministro 2 from the play store. Start the "L38C_NoobTool" app, it will start ministro which will download a few mb of c++ libraries, and hopefully show you a button that says "Root Me". Click that button, and if everything works, it will write the su binary to /system/xbin/su. Then install the superuser app (supersu won't work with this su binary).After its done, neither my app or ministro are needed for root to keep working.If you want to use superSU instead of superuser, follow the dir
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How to root the Transformer Prime with recent OTA - Android Authority


Thursday 26th of January 2012 / androidauthority.com
ASUS Transformer Prime has a new OTA update and also with the new update comes a new way of¬† rooting your device, thanks to Saurik of XDA Developers Forum. This process of rooting our device uses the ADB but don’t get disappointed if you dont know how to use ADB, its really simple just foolow the steps below.Note:Make sure that your phone battery is charge at least 60%Backup your phone data into your computer.Turn on USB Debugging, on your homescreen tap Menu> Settings> Application> Development. Then, make sure that USB debugging is checked. Requirements:Asus Transformer Prime with recent over-the-air (OTA) update.ComputerUSB Data CableFirst, download and install Android Debug Bride (ADB).Then, download Mempodroid Binary and SU Binary, and put them inyour c:android-sdkplatform-tools directory.Next, connect your device to the computer using your USB Data Cable.Open Windows File Explorer then search and open the android-sdk folder inside of the drive C:Now, hold the shift key down on your keyboard and right click in any blank area inside that folder. This will give yo
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how to download su binary


Saturday 31st of August 2013 / androidforums.com
wen im tryin to unroot my fone it says "there is no SU binary installed and super SU cannot install it this is a probem" how can i unroot my fone ??
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Need Help Restoring MetroPCS S3 to Stock Firmware


Monday 20th of January 2014 / androidforums.com
Today, I attempted to unroot my Galaxy S3. My firmware is 4.1.2 SGH-T999N. I followed a guide, which also made me install a recovery and kernel file and a T-Mobile firmware not MetroPCs, however it said that it was interchangeable (firmware was something like SGH-T999L) through Odin; everything was going well until I used Triangle Away to reset the binary count. It was originally "Yes (2 count)." After reseting, it only went down to "Yes (1 count)." No matter how many times I reset and reboot, it wouldn't go to 0 I found the stock firmware I used to root on my hard drive (the actual MetroPCS firmware that my phone came pre installed with)so I installed it. Now when I enter download mode it says "Custom Binary: Samsung Official" and then below that "Official", but the count is still "Yes (1 Count)." However, now Triangle Away nor SuperSu will open. "There is no SU Binary installed" and "SuperUser access is needed, but could not be acquired."I am lost and simply want to have my phone be like it just came out of the b
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