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How To Root Your Vibrant and install a custom recovery


Monday 16th of August 2010 / forum.androidspin.com
There are few different methods of root available out there floating around the internet. I wanted to bring what I feel is the simplest and most NOOB friendly. This will work currently on the following models of phones:GT-I9000Captivate SHG-I897Vibrant SGH-959GT-I9000Mand will ad the follow to your system:/system/xbin/busybox (version 1.17.1)/system/xbin/su/system/app/Superuser.apk (version 2.3.1)and links /system/bin/su to /system/xbin/suWarning: I am not responsible for bricked phones, rooting can void your warranty....Things you will need to do to make this happen for you. 1. Microsoft .Net 4 Framework, download from here2. Samsung drivers, download here Once you have those particular downloads all installed on your PC you can continue. How to root using the application - 1. Set your phone to debugging mode by selecting MENU > SETTINGS > APPLICATIONS > DEVELOPMENT check the box. Out of nothing more then fear I personally also check the stay awake box. 2. Download the One Click Rooting program Samsung Vibrant One Click Root from HERE.3. Unzip the file into a folder on your
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How to root the Kindle Fire HD


Thursday 18th of October 2012 / androidauthority.com
Just recently, another tablet from Amazon was announced and released — the Amazon Kindle Fire HD. The Kindle Fire HD came in three variants, including an LTE version. Although the tablets run on Android, most of the aspects of the tablets’ interface are heavily modified to keep the Amazon feel to it. Nevertheless, the tablets, being on Android, can be rooted and modified.In this guide, we will be showing you how to root your 7-inch Amazon Kindle Fire HD. If you are a beginner in rooting, you might want to check out our glossary of rooting terms which makes the concept of rooting easier to understand for people who are not really well-versed with all the technicalities. I tell you, once you are an Android user, you’ll want to jump on the rooting bandwagon. Don’t get left behind while nearly all are enjoying their Android devices to the fullest.Mad props to XDA Developers member sparkym3 for releasing an automated root tool that will certainly aid you in rooting your tablet. Although this is a tool and will require less effort in rooting, knowing more about the
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[SPRINT] [GUIDE] How to ROOT and UNROOT The Sprint Note2


Thursday 03rd of January 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
[title=How To Root an Unroot The Sprint Galaxy Note2][tab=How to ROOT the Galaxy Note2][WARN] Android Central and Skunkape60 are not responsible for your phone. This is for the SPRINT Note2 ONLY!! By Using this guide you are assuming all the risks.[/WARN] [INFO]Samsung added 2 files that made rooting just different enough to make us change the way we did things. /system/ect/install-recovery.sh & system/recovery-from-boot.p What these 2 files did, caused the phone to look for stock recovery every time the phone was booted. If stock recovery was not found it was re-installed. The TeamEpic-Root-from-Recovery -v5. file was created by TeamEpic to not only install superuser and busybox, it also removes those 2 files that Samsung put in. Because of the way those files wipe the custom recovery, The Root From Recovery file must be installed before the 1st boot up. [B}This is why we now have to turn off auto reboot in Odin and pull the battery from the phone.[/B][/INFO] Rooting the Sprint Note2 couldn't be easier. Within 10 minutes and a few steps, you could be rooted and on your way. All
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How to root any Android device running ICS or Jelly Bean


Monday 15th of October 2012 / androidauthority.com
New ways for rooting and unrooting Android devices are always welcome. You can find a lot of guides on how to root your phone or tablet through googling.  You can even start with our huge list of rooting guides, or from the rooting section of Android Authority.However, some rooting guides can be hard to follow or understand and would take forever to do.  Because of this, XDA Developers member Bin4ry developed an easy and much faster way to root your Android device — nearly any Android device.This powerful tool is called Bin4ry’s Root Tool. Although the tool was used on Sony Android devices and the Google Nexus 7, this tool is reportedly compatible with any Android phone or tablet.  According to the dev, it exploits a remount timing issue in Android’s “adb restore” service.  Theoretically, the tool can root phones running either Ice Cream Sandwich or Jelly Bean.  But, your mileage may vary.This guide shows you how to root any Android device running ICS or Jelly Bean.WarningThe instructions in this guide are intended for use with any Android device runnin
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How to Root the Xperia Arc and Arc S that runs Official Android 4.0 ICS Firmware


Tuesday 17th of April 2012 / android.gs
Recently, Sony made available the long promised mid-April release of the Ice Cream Sandwich OS update for its Xperia Arc, Arc S, Ray and Neo V smartphones. The firmware can be OTA (Over The Air) received, or can be installed manually, as it is available only for some Nordic countries. You can learn how to manually install the official Android 4.0 update on your Arc and Arc S by following our previous step by step guide where you have the proper procedure detailed and explained.Now, after applying the update maybe you will want to really take advantage of your handset and of its performances. So, you might consider in flashing a custom ROM into its system. But, in order to do so you must first learn how to root the Sony Xperia Arc, or Xperia Arc S that runs the latest and official Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich firmware. That’s exactly what I will be teaching you today. So keep reading and see whether or not you have what it takes to complete this tutorial.First of all, you must know that rooting your Xperia phone will make you lose the Sony warranty. This is happening because you w
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How to Root LG Lucid 4G


Saturday 28th of April 2012 / android.gs
During the past two months we have brought you different news about the Verizon LG Lucid 4G, such as future specs and features, release date and price tag. Since then, the phone has been released on the market, its users enjoying its capabilities. So, it’s time to show you how to improve the performances of your device and the best way to start the same is by learning how to root your LG Lucid 4G smartphone. That’s exactly what we will be checking in this step by step guide, where you can find what you need to do for preparing your phone for the up mentioned procedure along with the tools needed.You must learn how to root the LG Lucid if you want to improve its capabilities. I know that the handset was just released but you have to admit that is not a high end gadget. So, if you want to take full advantage of it, you must first gain root access. This is the first step to do for unchaining the system of your smartphone. After this you will be able to customize and optimize the OS, along with performing other operations such as installing a custom recovery image, flashing a custom
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How to root your Tablet - Lounge - Android Forum - A Community For Android Users and Enthusiasts


Tuesday 07th of August 2012 / androidforum.com
Hi, guys! I saw a really wonderful post by MrTasselhof for rooting your tablet easily. You may see it from here http://www.slatedroi...ii-how-to-root/Or I repeat the post here:I used Moborobo and superoneclick to root my n90,http://www.moborobo.com/ give a go.I can confirm that this method works for rooting the device.The instructions are VERY simple.1) Link: Download Moborobo2) Download this modified SuperOneClick - Short Fuse3) Install Moborobo and open it4) Make sure USB Debugging is enabled on your tablet (Settings --> Developer Options)5) Connect your Window N90 Dual Core tablet to your PC6) Wait for Moborobo to see the device7) Extract the contents of SuperOneClick Run SuperOneClick.exe9) Click on Root10) Click on Yes (it says device is already rooted do you wish to continue)That's it... you are all done and ROOTED!Attached FilesSuperOneClickv2.3.3-ShortFuse Modded.zip 10.24MB1334 downloads
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How to Root the Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P1000 on Gingerbread and Froyo


Friday 13th of April 2012 / android.gs
Even though there are many ways in which you can learn how to root the Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P1000, I will try to explain the easiest and safest ones of them. In due course of this tutorial we will be checking in how to root the GT-P1000 that runs the Android Froyo, or the Android Gingerbread OS. You have it all explained in a step by step procedure, so regardless to the version of the firmware, your tablet will now be opened for changes and improvements.In order to make it clear, the present tutorial can be applied only for the Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P1000, which is the first ever tablet computer released by the South Korea-based company; don’t try to do the same on other similar Android powered devices because you can wreck its internal system. As usual, the root process is making you void the warranty, so wrecking the device is the last thing you want to happen. Furthermore don’t do it by yourselves, always follow a how to guide like this one from here.As you know, the GT-P1000 is not a high end tablet, its specs including a 1 GHz Cortex-A8 processor, 512 MB of RAM, 16 / 32 GB
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How to Root unrootable SpreadTrum SC6820


Thursday 17th of January 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
Model - Callbar A1 Android - 2.3.5 Kernal Version
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How to Root Samsung i9100 Clone (Spreadtrum Chip 6820)?


Sunday 21st of July 2013 / android.net
(spreadtrum chip6820 ) chipset driverchina samsung i9100 clone model how to root? plz help
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