HTC Incredible :: Unrevoked 3.2 - Root FroYo

Sep 6, 2010

If you've lost your root due to upgrading to 2.2, you're most likely in luck.

Check out this link, [ROOT] unrEVOked 3.2: one-click root for Froyo, no downgrading - xda-developers, then head over to ##unrevokedtest at freenode.net to get in on the testing.

HTC Incredible :: unrevoked 3.2 - Root FroYo


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HTC EVO 4G :: Unrevoked 3.2 - One-click Root For Froyo - No Downgrading

Sep 6, 2010

For those wanting to root, you may want to wait for unRevoked 3.2. It is supposed to be 1-click root and requires no downgrading.

[ROOT] unrEVOked 3.2: one-click root for Froyo, no downgrading - xda-developers

I just spent 2 hours rooting on Friday. Hope this helps folks avoid the hassle.

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HTC Incredible :: Issues With Unrevoked Root

Jul 14, 2010

I downloaded the driver at first I did it wrong so I had to start over. When I restarted the root it goes through the "pushing H-boot" etc and then restarts my phone. the icon for unrevoked (grey box) now says waiting for reboot... well ive been waiting for that reboot for about 10minutes now.

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HTC Incredible :: Unrevoked - 2.2 Root Close

Sep 5, 2010

unrevoked from Twitter on Sunday morning:

First successful run of unrevoked 3.2 tonight: took a stock S-ON Froyo EVO to S-OFF in one pass, less than 1 minute. 3.2 is nearly complete.

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HTC Incredible :: Unrevoked 3.21 Root Gone Wrong

Oct 6, 2010

I had stock froyo installed then installed Unrevoked 3.21 to root my dinc but when I ran it, it just got stuck at "Pushing Recovery..." So I soon realized that I didn't have it set to "Charge only" So I changed that then ran Unrevoked again and it proceeded very quickly. It restarted my phone once but "Charge only" WAS NOT set as the default option :/ so Unrevoked then got stuck at "Running root..." So I attempted to change it back to "Charge only" again but Unrevoked never proceeded so I exited out of Unrevoked and restarted Unrevoked after I changed the default on the dinc... However, now Unrevoked is stuck at "Pushing recovery..." again... It will not get passed that no matter what. What do I do?

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HTC Incredible :: Rooting My Incredible With Unrevoked 3 Stuck At Waiting For Root

Nov 30, 2010

I had a rooted Incredible using this method before however I had a problem with the on screen keyboard so I got a replacement. The replacement just came yesterday. Now I am rooting the replacement and the Unrevoked 3 program gets stuck at "Waiting for root... (Safe to restart if this doesn't work)"

I have the HBOOT drivers installed and my phone comes up in device manager as "Android Composite ADB Interface"

Did they apply a new update to the phone that prevents rooting? If so how long before I can get around it?

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HTC Incredible :: Unrevoked Root For A New Android User

Nov 4, 2010

So I am considering using unrevoked to flash/root my droid incredible and I just had a few questions. How safe is it? Is it easy to brick during the flash process or after when its already flashed? If my phone does somehow get bricked is there any way to save it? Is it reversible? If so is it easy? And lastly how does unrevoked run? I have stock 2.2 and its fast and smooth. Would using unrevoked slow it down?

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HTC Incredible :: Root - Unable To Get Unrevoked 3 To Work

Sep 22, 2010

I am new to root, and have been trying to root my Incredible. I have the OTA 2.2, and waited for Unrevoked to release the new program. I have downloaded the drivers and it says that has the most current drivers installed, but when I open the Unrevoked 3 re-flash program it does not recognize the phone...any ideas where to start?

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HTC Incredible :: DINC - Root - Unrevoked - Rom - Overclock

Sep 25, 2010

Just wanted to drop and say thanks for all the great threads and guides here. The droid x was my first android phone and at the time "locked bootloader, efuse, etc" meant nothing to me so i got it. I do love my X and its been cool being in on the ground floor as stuff comes out, but now thats ive gotten into going beyond the standard user experience its kinda limiting.

I picked up a DINC off ebay kinda reasonably after selling my backup blackberry and a bunch of 360 games. Just came today and its been busy! thanks to the great info here, I rooted with unrevoked 3.21, s-off with unrevoked forever, and have been experimenting with different roms and kernels all day. Its been a blast.

Ive bootlooped a bunch of times but nothing a nandroid backup couldnt solve.

Until the X can offer what my new DINC does, I'm switching over to htc. Wish the screen was a tad bigger and had swype, but ill live!

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HTC EVO 4G :: Simple Root Vs Unrevoked Root & Recovery

Jun 24, 2010

Are the any disadvantages to using unrevoked to root and then their new recovery program, versus the more extensive process, like using the new "simple root" app that roots/nand/rom

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HTC EVO 4G :: Trying To Root For Over A Week? Unrevoked & Simple Root

Aug 15, 2010

I just can't get it.Yes, I'm new to this stuff but I've read every thread and watch hrs of youtube (which may have screwed me up more).I got my new Evo last week, I'm coming off of a jailbroken Iphone (blackrain).I'm looking for wireless tether, ROM flashing is ok but I'm not going to go crazy.I'm running 2.1 (I never upgraded, because I'd thought it be easier to root). It seems I get to the end of both rooting programs and the deal get's done.Unrevoked says- The app is loaded on my phone, however is say's something crazy when I hit start in the app I wiped the system, so I can't remember what it says, but it's like fhugh something.
Simple Root-I'm able to go through all the steps of simple root, when I hit wireless tether, it tells me.NOT ROOT? and my kernals aren't right. Also, simple root is a two click program now vs the majority of vidoes that are 3/4 clicks.This can't be that hard to do.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Upgrading To OTA Froyo From Unrevoked 2.1

Nov 22, 2010

I don't know a ton about Android but I rooted my wife's EVO using Unrevoked (I think the 2nd rev of Unrevoked) earlier this year. I have been having her ignore the upgrade notice that keeps popping up until now - I'd like to upgrade her to 2.2 so we can have video chat w/ Yahoo Messenger. I downloaded the update and went to install and got the Android guy w/ the Exclamation Mark triangle thing. I've read thru a bunch of posts and it seems like most people recommend either unrooting by various methods then doing OTA update, or flashing a rooted 2.2 ROM.

Most of these posts are a couple months old from when the OTA came out and I was just wondering if there was a better way to go about doing this now that I am not finding. Bascially I want to: Upgrade from rooted 2.1 to rooted, standard Sprint 2.2 without losing any data/apps. Can someone point me to a step-by-step on how to do this or possibly a video walkthrough?

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HTC EVO 4G : Can I Install Froyo 2.2 OTA Over Top Of Unrevoked 3?

Aug 2, 2010

I have unrevoked 3 and i Just want to install the 2.2 OTA over it.. I dont care if I loose my root. Anyone done this without Bricking their phone..

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HTC Incredible :: Froyo RUU Non-Root

Aug 29, 2010

This is the RUU, and it will wipe your phone, Clean. (It won't wipe your SD card) , but it's up to you. It's the exact same as the official that Verizon is rolling out, except a Preferred Roaming List, which just determines what towers you can connect to. This will not root your phone.

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HTC Incredible :: Froyo - Root

Sep 1, 2010

I finally got my OTA this morning and I'm happy as a toad in a pool of mud. My question is, how do I root now with this new update? Can I still use the unRevoked root?

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HTC Incredible :: Root W/ Froyo RUU

Sep 3, 2010

I am currently rooted and held off my OTA update because I haven't done the Unrevoked Forever and S-Off yet. I'm always a fan of competely wiping devices then installing the OS fresh so I'm considering just ditching all that and doing the RUU. Can I acheive root if I do this?

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HTC Incredible :: Root After Froyo OTA Upgrade?

Sep 17, 2010

I got my "dinc" in early August with 2.1 onboard and recieved the OTA froyo upgrade about two weeks ago. I like 2.2 (I think) but not all the battery-vampire crap-apps that came with it. I desparately want to root so that I can explore the full potential of this phone and hopefully find some options to extend my battery and get rid of the bloatware.

Unrevoked's website says v3.2 has been temporarily pulled and to use v2.2 "in the meantime". I've tried several of the methods that call for 3.2 using 2.2 and it seems to work up to the reboot step towards the end. Each time I get this "failed to flash recovery image" message. I've followed every detail of several videos and posts (including one from this forum) instructing how to root with Unrevoked, but the end result is always the same.

1. Can I use Unrevoked to root my phone with the froyo upgrade in place?
2. If so, how? Because what I've been trying ain't gettin' it done.
3. If not, is there a way to roll-back to 2.1 so that I can use Unrevoked?
4. Could the 2.2 version of Unrevoked be casuing my "failed flash" issue?

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HTC Incredible :: *228 Not Working After Root And Going To Froyo

Jul 29, 2010

I decided to try to goto Froyo. I have never previously rooted before this experience. I followed the instructions here and on the Internets and was successfully able to update my phone in the following order: Now I am unable to *228 and program with either a 1 or a 2. The message "programming in progress" does come up but after about 10 seconds, the voice tells me that I cannot update at this time and I should call customer service. Does anyone have any thoughts on how to troubleshoot. I assume its due to the upgrade and not a coincidence.

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HTC EVO 4G :: What Exactly Is Unrevoked Root?

Jun 9, 2010

What exactly is this for? Like, if its only good until you boot then what is it good for? I came from the moment where when i rooted it i could change the themes and uninstall apps, but what can i do with this root?

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HTC EVO 4G :: Unrevoked Root

Jun 24, 2010

Last night I rooted my phone using the unrevoked method and I installed fresh 0.1. I had an issue last night where my phone wouldn't see the SD card Has this issue been resolved with the newer versions of the fresh rom? How do I get this update applied so that I don't have any issues with my phone seeing my sd card? I've only had enough time to get 0.1 installed and I would like to have 0.3 up and running by tonight.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Using Unrevoked To Root?

Nov 10, 2010

I am using unrevoked to root my evo and everything goes like it is supposed to untill i get to where it says to browse for the driver software on my computer. I cannot find it anywhere.

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HTC Incredible :: How To Root Phone - Froyo Update

Jul 19, 2010

I've been wanting to root my phone for a while, but I haven't had the bills to do it. I saw unrevoked released what looks like a fail proof way of doing it and I'm seriously considering taking the plunge. I'm debating whether or not to root it now or wait to see if this "possible" froyo update comes out later this month.

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HTC Incredible :: Can I Gain Root After Froyo Official OTA

Aug 31, 2010

OK, some of us have the OTA update, and some of us got the update by downloading the update.zip (I downloaded the update from here.)

Froyo is nice however it is not clean. There is so much bloatware on this that i cant wait to get rooted again so i can get rid of all of it.

Has anyone done this yet? Can it be done yet?

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HTC EVO 4G :: Unrevoked Vs Traditional Root?

Sep 28, 2010

What are the advantages/disadvantages of each method. Or does it even matter now that Unrevoked is a true root?

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HTC EVO 4G :: Unrevoked 3 Full Root

Jul 26, 2010

Does the newest version of the Unrevoked 3 enable a full root? I am able to do such things as install the Wifi tether app, which requires root, but I'm unsure if I can flash a new ROM with the Unrevoked root, or if I need to use another root method such as "Toast's".

I know this question has been asked/answered before, but I could not find any information regarding the newest version of the Unrevoked root.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Simple Root On Top Of Unrevoked

Jul 21, 2010

I did unrevoked but i want to get to use the new froyo rom, can i do simple root on top of unrevoked?

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HTC EVO 4G :: Simple Root Or Unrevoked 3

Jul 22, 2010

I want to be able to flash roms. i want to be able to use wi-fi tether. which should i do? advantages disadvantages to both.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Simple Root Or Unrevoked

Sep 3, 2010

There have been a few different posts dealing with this concept, but I still haven't found a solid answer..which probably means there isn't one. Anyway, I am about to root and have been reading everything I can find, and there seem to be some people that do not like the unrevoked because it does not "fully" root the phone; or does not nand unlock completely or something. I wont try to explain details because I do not know much, but bottom line is:

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HTC EVO 4G :: Trying Root With The Beta 3.21 Unrevoked

Sep 12, 2010

I keep getting "failed to flash recovery image" every time I go throug the process on the Beta Test 3.21. Everyone seems to be having success.

I no that I have the bootloader installed and the phone is definetly on "charge only" mode when I try to use the program.

I know for a fact that there is no HTC Synce or anything downloaded to my computer that could hurt it because I am on a brand new computer.

What am I missing..is there something else that I need to download to my computer or phone to make it work?

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HTC EVO 4G :: Unrevoked 3.21 Did Not Work - Way To Root

Oct 22, 2010

I tried to use unrevoked last night and got the backup cid is missing error. I havent found any way to fix the error on google exept wait until the next version. does anyone know how to fix it or another way to root my 2.2 EVO that works just as well?

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