HTC Desire :: Installed Froyo ROM 2.0c / Lost Root Access To Phone

Sep 9, 2010

I have just done the 'one click root' to my desire (here), and after installing leeDroid's Froyo rom (2.0c) I have lost root access to my phone. This means I cant do a Titanium Backup restore to get all my stuff back. Anyone know of a quick fix? or do I have to roll back and start again?

HTC Desire :: Installed Froyo ROM 2.0c / Lost Root access to Phone


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Nexus :: Installed Froyo / Data Lost Next Day

Jun 30, 2010

A couple days ago I manually installed froyo for Rogers network.It went fine.however the next day I lost my data.I can't get it back no matter what I do.Can anyone help me get it back?Or know how?I checked my APN settings a million times,I called Rogers and they refreshed my network but still not working. If I reboot my phone, I get the 3g symbol for about 2 seconds then it goes away and that's it.Someone please help me if you can!

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HTC Incredible :: System Update Installed Accidentally - Root Lost

Aug 31, 2010

I was sitting at my desk and work and saw the "System Update" notification pop up on my phone. I grabbed my phone, stood up, and showed my coworker. Unfortunately, in doing so I accidentally pressed "Update Now." I had planned to post-pone the update until I got home so I could Unrevoked Forever and S-Off. It's currently in the middle of installing (little ! icon w/ the Android guy next to it). I guess I'm going to lose my root. Any idea how long I'll have to wait to gain it back?

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Sprint HTC Hero :: How To Know If Root Access Lost?

Aug 9, 2010

What is the best way to tell if you lost your root access? I updated my from darch 2.7 to 2.8, and just wanna make sure all is still good. I did it from the Darch updater via my phone. The adjust brightness program that that requires root access works but wireless tether doesn't seem to work. Does my have to be a certain level for the tether to work? It was at 14 percent or some thing like that.

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HTC Desire :: Lost All APS Installed To SD

Sep 20, 2010

I used the 'force all apps to move to SD' method on Froyo on my HTC Desire and for a good while all was working really well. I was happy with the space I was saving.Today I used a backup tool from Navigon, Fresh, to backup my Satnav purchase. During this time my Desire rebooted itself while connected to my laptop via USB.When the phone came back I found that ALL my apps currently installed to the SD card are now no longer available in my menu and when I go to manage Apps I can see them but they are greyed out with a little SD in the corner of their icons.I can't move them back to the phone and Market appears to think that they are no longer installed. However I can see them in my manage Apps area.So physically they are still on my SD card, they are still showing in the manage Apps menu (but greyed out) and they are still taking space up. I just can't start them or move them.

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Motorola Droid X :: Lost Root After Froyo 2.2 Update

Aug 20, 2010

I don't know why but I have everything there after update to froyo but nothing that needs root will work. Su is there but root explorer or WiFi will not work.

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Motorola Droid :: Lost Root When Loading 2.2 Froyo

Jul 31, 2010

I still have rooting on 2.1 but every time I run 2.2 (with the superuser icon), I try to run a program like setcpu (y'know because I thought I was rooted) or any other program that requires root. It still doesn't work and says "no rooted access detected". I load up the superuser app no messages or anything just a black screen. I've tried the "update.zip fix" about 20x and still nothing. Am I doing the update wrong or something? Cause reboot in recovery with clockwork mod and hit "apply update.zip".

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General :: Superuser Installed - No Root Access

Apr 1, 2013

It seems that I accidentally changed the ownership of the su file to "system, sdcard_rw" and now I have no way to change it back to "root, root". Everything was working fine beforehand. I have already attempted to reroot using the same way I originally rooted the device and hard reset with no luck.

My phone information
Phone: LG Optimus Slider
Android version: 2.3.4
Carrier: Virgin Mobile

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Motorola Droid :: Lost Ability To Play Wav Files With Froyo Or Root - Rom

Aug 9, 2010

Not sure why but I apparently can no longer litsen to my Voange voicemail which comes attached to the email as a wav file. Not sure if it is a Froyo thing or a Chevy4.6 rom thing.

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General :: How To Gain Root Access If Busybox And System App Is Already Installed

Oct 11, 2013

I have a Rockchip RK3188 Tablet with Android 4.2.2, which I need to root ON DEVICE. Actually, the device was already rooted (using a Laptop via the adb bridge), so I already have busybox installed and I have one of my own apps in /system/app. However I managed to delete the su program (yeah great!) and therefore don't have root access any more. I know I can easily root the device again if I connect it to my laptop again, but that is not possible, because the device is at my parent's place and I can't go over there any time soon.

Therefore I want to root the device just with an app. Actually I would only need to copy su to /system/xbin. These are the things I already tried (without success):Framaroot (doesn't work, because framaroot does not support Rockchip tablets)

Writing my own app, which contains su in the assets and using this su for temporary root

Using adb (on the device) for a local connection (adb connect localhost), because if I connect from my PC I automatically have root (doesn't work because Android 4.2.2 has increased security on adb)

Start telnetd via busybox and then execute my commands via nc (doesn't work, because I can't start telnetd in a way that it ends up with a root shell)

My last idea is, that I could maybe gain temporary root access with the app I already have in /system/app. Basically this would be similar to the Master Key Exploit, except that I do not have to fiddle around with the apk and instead install it normally. However I don't know how to continue from that point. I know, I have special permissions if I have an app in /system/app, but which permissions are that? And how can I use those permissions to make /system writeable (and copy my su file there)?

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HTC Desire :: Lost 3g Connection Using Froyo

Aug 1, 2010

I'm on 3 using froyoand cannot turn on 3g has anyone any ideas or fixes.I'm using switch pro widget which maybe causing the issue.

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HTC Desire :: Lost Voice Search Since Doing Froyo Update

Jul 25, 2010

I've lost my Voice Search since doing the Froyo update. I've searched the market and cant find it. My search key used to be configured for long press to open voice search and I really miss the functionality.

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HTC Desire :: Lost Push Email With Gmail After Update To Froyo

Aug 8, 2010

Ever since I updated to froyo I seem to have lost my push email with gmail. Before I would receive notifications of new emails the second I got them,but now I don't, I have it set to automatically sync but I don't see options for push emails anymore,

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HTC Desire :: Rooted To Froyo W/sense - Lost Much Space After Restore

Jul 19, 2010

As it says above really. I've rooted to the new Froyo with sense release (seems slow but stable) and all was well until I restored with mybackup pro. Some apps were missing even though they showed as installed and even so, I've got A LOT less internal memory than before and I'm still having to uninstall stuff

I thought Froyo was supposed to let you install apps to SD?

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HTC Desire :: Battery Life Once Froyo 2.2 Is Installed

Aug 2, 2010

Anyone finding their Desires battery life has decreased with Froyo installed? I used to only go into the orange after a full day at work, now my battery died at around 12 Midday (Unplugged it 5 hours before) - I haven't been playing around on my phone or anything, this is just idle use.

Went through all my settings and all were the same as before. I'm NOT running any Task Killer or AutoSync software. Running stock OTA Froyo, never routed my phone before or after.

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HTC Desire :: Need Network Access For Froyo Update?

Aug 23, 2010

I don't have a SIM inserted. I have firmware "2.1-update1". If I connect to WiFi and go to system software updates it says "there are no updates available for your phone". Do I actually need to be connected to a network to update to froyo? I'm in Australia.

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HTC Desire :: Root Froyo

Aug 4, 2010

I have a Desire from Vodafone (UK) that came with its practically invisible branding. Voda recently put out an update (that I have not installed yet) that would load it up with a bunch of branding bloatware. Word is that when they put out their Froyo update, it will have the same unremovable bloatware. I'd rather not have that.

If I root my Desire (with, say, unrEVOked) and install an official stock Froyo ROM (such as was received by those with completely unbranded Desires), what happens after that? Will I then have an essentially unbranded Desire that receives automatic OTA updates for bug-fixes (and, just maybe, Gingerbread)?

Or will I be stuck with a possibly buggy version of Froyo while waiting for a similar root-method to develop to install a bug-fixing patch?

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HTC Eris :: When Root Phone Anything Lost Such As Data?

Jul 15, 2010

My question is when you root the Eris is anything lost such as data on the phone that will have to be re-installed? Or is does it wipe the phone? I would prefer not to have to re-install but I will if it is necessary. Also will I be able to receive any further OTA updates? I know that the one scheduled for tomorrow is most likely the last that this phone will see but just in case I want all of my bases covered. I would also like to take advantage of possibly putting 2.2 on it if there is not an official release so I can take advantage of the awesome features that 2.2 offers. I really don't care about loosing SenseUi because I use Launcher Pro and love it and prefer not to switch back to SenseUi. One more thing. I really want to take out certain apps that came with the phone that are only a nuisance to me such as amazonmp3, Stocks, Tweet & google talk. And of course take advantage of the apps that are available only to rooted phones.

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HTC Incredible :: Sd Card Died On Rooted Froyo Phone / Lost Market & Other Apps

Aug 23, 2010

I still have some apps and my phone and wifi seem to be working fine.I don't have Market, Rom Manager, Titanium (but I DO have SuperUser). When I USB my phone to PC - the PC doesn't see either the phone pr the card although I haven't reinstalled HTC Sync). At this point, I don't really even know if I'm rooted or have busybox.I'm really puzzled as to what I should do next:I don't know whether to do a phone restore from Settings or, perhaps from Recovery? Or whether to find a RUU (Is there one with the updated radio or with Froyo? Or, I guess I could wait for the OTA - but that's a wimped out way out and it might not even work at this point. Or, do I want to try reinstalling Rom Manager and do the permission fix - then reflash one of the Froyo Roms. But would that get me Market back? In all cases I'm gonna have to reinstall most of my apps since most resided (at least partially) on the dead sd. Fortunately appbrain has a record of all my apps. - but, from what I understand, there's no way to install the Market, except via HTC/Google/Verizon.

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HTC Desire :: How To Root And Install Froyo?

Jul 22, 2010

I just wrote a simple guide on how to root the HTC Desire(no goldcard needed) and install Froyo on it.Hope this helps some of you guys!

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HTC Desire :: Can Root After OTA Froyo Update

Jul 30, 2010

Been holding of rooting & upgrading to one of the custom froyo roms untill the offical release of froyo for desire. Quick question are we ok to root after this new froyo update or will the new froyo update patch this proccess in someway to prevent us from doing us ....? if so i may do now so i dont lose ability to root.

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Samsung Fascinate :: GPS Will Work On Phone Out Of Box - Froyo And Flash Will Come Pre-installed

Aug 26, 2010

Now that we know this phone is getting an early/mid September release.

I have a few questions:
Do you think GPS will work on the phone out of the box?
Do you think Froyo and Flash will come pre-installed?

I hear the phone only has 2GB of onboard memory, but is there a microSD card that is pre-installed? If so, how much space is on it?

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Android :: Lost Phone - Doesnt Have An Unlock Pin So Theres Nothing Stopping Access To Phones Data

Nov 9, 2010

I lost my phone and it doesnt have an unlock pin so theres nothing stopping access to my phones data....

Its an HTC Magic and syncs to my google calendar. I've reset my messenger password so im guessing altho they get into my ebuddy app automatically, the messenger password on the phone will be out of sync and wrong? I've chosen "log out of everywhere" from Windows Live. I've rest my Evernote password. I dont have any apps that can help me find phone or send an erase message to the phone.

So all thats left I guess is my Google calendar. I suppose its not a train smash having my Calendar data on the phone, but I'd like to erase it. If I go to Google Calendar and delete all the appointments will that delete the appointments if my lost phone syncs, and i think ive set it to sync every time the calendar app is run? Also, with contacts, i seem to remember those not syncing very often, only when i went into settings and contacts on the htc, so im not sure of how to get rid of all the contacts on my phone even if I delete them all from my Google Account.

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HTC Desire :: Downloading Oat Froyo Lose Root?

Jul 30, 2010

Is there any truth in the rumor that if we download the oat fro yo we lose root?
Steve.

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HTC Desire :: Root Froyo 2.2 With Newest Update

Sep 19, 2010

I have a desire which is updated to froyo and has the new 2.10.405.2 update which is OTA installed on it ( not to sure what the update was for something about RUS keyboard) anyway I was wondering if any of this will effect me rooting my phone and if it is worth rooting seeing as I already have froyo with sense but I was thinking stick vanilla froyo on there to make it faster or a different rom, will doing this make my phone faster and less prone to crashing sense all the time which is what happens now.

Also any risks involved with rooting froyo? Also I have a fully unbranded desire and can sumone suggest a good rom to flash?

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HTC Desire : Able To Upgrade To Froyo Without Having To De-brand Or Root?

Jul 8, 2010

I have a black desire (from orange). it is unlocked and i'm using an o2 sim. when froyo does come out - who do i get my froyo update from?

and more importantly, will i still be able to upgrade to froyo without having to de-brand or root?

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HTC Desire :: Installing Froyo And Looking For Easiest Way To Root / ROM Manager

Jul 23, 2010

Just plucked up the courage to root my Desire. And now want to have a go at installing Froyo and looking for the easiest way. I've looked at ROM Manager and was wondering if its worth getting the paid version as it says you can get all the popular ROMs downloaded to your phone. Was wondering how good this app is and if anyone has had problems with getting the ROMs.

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HTC Desire :: Root Update Failure - Froyo Not Offering ROM

Nov 4, 2010

So I just rooted my HTC desire but I didn't install a new ROM. Why you may ask because all I wanted to do is install most apps to my SD card because my SD card getting full. I didn't install a ROM because I found out that froyo was not offering this and I had not updated to it but when I try to update I get a quarter of the way thought installing when the bar disappears and a yellow triangle appears behind the android.

I suspect this is because of root. I would very much like to keep with OTA updates if possible. So what would you recommend I do? Proceed with unrooting or update with a RUU or something else?
(FYI I called Talus (my carrier) and they said if the OTA update dose not work after I do a factory reset (already tried) then I could send it in for repair, so I would assume that would reset all the software on my phone thus not being rooted. Would this be an option as my phone is under warranty or would stock ROM but rooted still void it?

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HTC Desire : How To Root Australia Telstra Branded Froyo?

Nov 4, 2010

I recently updated OTA to Froyo on my Desire( sorta forgot to backup all my apps due to sheer excitement that i got froyo , im pretty noob to android and smart phones ).I am very interested in rooting my phone but only reason i didnt look into it much further in Eclair was the reason that it voided warranty so just incase something happened i didnt root it.But now im leaving the country and it dont matter and i got froyo i want to root my phone.There are many tutorials on how to root but being a noob im not really 100% on the process.So here are my questions:

Can i root my 2.2 htc desire? How do i root it? What methods are the easy and safest way? What ROMs should i use?

And if you guys can point out anything else i need that would be awesome.

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Motorola Droid X :: How To Root Phone With OTA Installed?

Sep 27, 2010

I'll start with my history with Android. Got my X on launch day, ran the first leak .zip and reverted back to push the OTA onto my phone without a single problem (when the leak initially came out I saved all the appropriate files needed to revert before they were blacklisted). I have never rooted on any version of Android. Mainly because I just wasn't familiar enough with the know-how and I'm not going to Verizon crying because I bricked my phone claiming insurance replacement. SO - heres the run down, I've been working on PCs since 92, mostly Microsoft based, I'm very familiar with anything up to XP Pro, which I run on most of my machines (until I get a hold of a Windows 7 disc - I don't like Vista at all) I'm also very familiar with DOS commands when OSs used to be DOS based. I want to really get into Android and their operating system and learn a lot more about how it all works, after owning a Storm this really is a large step. I've always been running LP and Fancy Widgets to create the Incredibleist UI (the only thing I liked about the Dinc). I've become pretty familiar with navigating around with Astro, and terminal emulator but as you all know only so much can be achieved when not rooted.

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