HTC Desire :: How To Root / Keep Stock Rom?

Jul 28, 2010

Quick question that will probably turn into a million... can I root and keep my stock Rom? For the moment I don't want to change it, just root the phone. Can I use the one click method through steps 1 - 3 and then just reboot my phone to leave the stock rom ok there? And will I lose everything? I have my back up pro that can help with the back up, can I just restore that after? And will it back up my home screens too? I don't want to go through that process of setting them up again.

HTC Desire :: How to root / keep stock rom?


Motorola Droid :: Easy Root App On The Market Can Now Root Stock Froyo

Aug 5, 2010

I just rooted my stock froyo with it! If this has already been discussed.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Flashing To Stock - Re-root

Jul 2, 2010

I was rooted via toast. I flashed back to stock using the stock RUU. If I want to go back to a custom rom, I have to do the entire root process over, right?

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HTC Desire :: To Root Or Not To Root - Memory Space

Sep 23, 2010

I've got my Desire for 3 months now. I realy think that I have done the best phone choice of my life. But now after installing/uninstalling/testing many apps I have capacity problems with internal memory. I'm using the method of installing apps directly to the SD. But I always have the low on space notification on my task bar. 75% of what I have installed is on my sd. The rest 25% is HTC Sense apps. My Desire runs on stock froyo and combined with htc sense I have the feeling of perfection while using my phone. Everything run smoothly. No complaints.

So what are my options here? Root? I suppose that I will have to erase everything on my phone memory so I would have more space. If this is the case then I have to ask for your suggestions. a) I will have to stick with launcherpro and I dont like it. No htc sense on non stock froyo right? b) I have many security and privacy concerns for using those roms that some groups have developed. Are they stable as atleast stock froyo? Are they safe? Is there a good phone resources administration? omg 12 mb for adobe flash player on my memory?

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Samsung Captivate :: Possible To Root And Get Stock 2.2?

Nov 1, 2010

I hate the Samsung Overlay, I would love to get just stock 2.2!

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HTC EVO 4G :: Stock 2.2 - Simplest And Easiest Way To Root?

Sep 24, 2010

I'm looking for advice on the simplest and easiest way to root. I know theres something that wipes the phone, rolls back to 2.1 and then roots it. I just got my second eEo because my first overheats. It came with 2.2, is that an issue? What do I need to know about ROMs? I hear fresh evo is a good one. I don't mind losing all the sprint stuff as well as HTC. I prefer launcher pro so any widget loss doesn't bother me. I heard about the method to rollback 2.2, root it then whatever, but everywhere I found today from that day says that a simpler method should be out in a couple weeks. It has been a month, is there a simple point and click method yet?

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Nexus :: Stock 2.2.1 With Root Access

Oct 1, 2010

I've been real happy so far with Stock N1 and universal androot. I love the root apps.
Now that the update is out (2.2.1. frg83) I wanted to update and still have root access on stock. I was not able to update because I had deleted stock apps like amazon, twitter, etc., with titanium. I had to flash a stock ROM and then update to 2.2.1 worked, but no root access.
I even unlocked the bootloader to see if that would give me instant root but it didn't.

How can I go about getting root access on my n1 with 2.2.1.? I want to run a stock ROM and use rooted apps like titanium. Also to get future updates like gingerbread OTA. I do not want a custom ROM like cyanogen. Just stock 2.2.1. with root access. Whats the easiest way to achieve this? I tried installing amon ra, and it still wouldn't give me root access, couldn't install superuser,busybox, etc.

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HTC Hero :: 2.1 Stock Root - How To Get Busybox?

Aug 10, 2010

So I have used the one click root thingy. Have the superuser app. Tested. I have root (look screenshot). Now I want to install busy box. When I got the app from market to install the latest I got this. What I want to know. Is it safe and if so whats safe to erase from the system folder. (would kinda like to get rid of the stocks and footprints app) but really not sure its not linked somehow and I get some big system error , since these apps run all the time. (actually I want to install busy box to be able to remove these apps anyway). I installed titanium backup and it installed busybox version 16 or soemthing. Problem is other apps like the cache cleaner doesnt find busybox installed even if I do it via titanium app.

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HTC Incredible :: Root Without Changing Stock ROM?

Nov 4, 2010

First I only want to root to get rid of the preloaded apps that were on my phone. I know on my D1 I could use titanium backup to do so. Will this method work on the D inc? Also I want the wireless tether back. So can I Just root my phone without having to load a ROM to my phone? Also I have noticed in some of the video how-to's they show some files on your computer that you use to do the root but haven't seen any that show where you get the files from. I am also running Froyo 2.2.

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General :: Removing Root From Stock ROM Zip?

Jun 5, 2014

So I spent hours searching for the stock ROM for my HTC Desire 300, so that I could unroot it. Then I deleted the entire OS/Rom by mistake and was left with a brick. Finally, I managed to find this stock version. It's rooted, and has the same SuperSu error about updating. Is there any way for me to remove the root files from this zip? so that the phone won't be rooted when I flash the rom? Which files would I remove?

In the Zip I have the following items:

META-INF (Folder)
Boot (Disk Image File)
Recovery (Disk Image File)
System (Disk Image File)

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Samsung Behold 2 :: Stock / Persistent Root ROM

Mar 18, 2010

I recently converted to BH_MAN stock BH2 image + root. I'm having the following situation:After the install and performing the Master reset everything is working fine, I proceeded to download some applications and everything was operational. I rebooted my phone (for some reason I do not recall right now, happened 2 days ago) and when it came up, I had several applications corrupted: There was an icon in the same place that the original was with the same name but different icon, and if I clicked it would advise that the application was not installed. I would go to my downloads and the application management sections and see the application and it wouldn't work till I uninstalled it, then reinstalled it.Now, last night I also uninstalled the T-Mobile "My Account" software and let my battery drain out completely to have it sync correctly (that was another problem I was having, batt would say I was at 20% and I had 4 bars in the screen, fixed now) and once I let it charge completely I powered it on and some applications were uninstalled again, but the T-Mobile Account software was there again! Can anyone explain if this is a permanent problem or is there something to be done?

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Motorola Droid :: Just Root And Stay With Stock ROM?

Oct 10, 2010

Is there a way to just root the droid and keep the stock ROM? I used easy root back on 2.1 and like having root access. Also, would I be able to unroot?

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Motorola Droid :: Difference Between Stock And Root

Apr 9, 2010

I was wondering the biggest difference between stock and root. I was rooted before update but don't know if wanna go through RSWD lite and everything like that. I know overclocking and WiFi tether but what else?

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HTC EVO 4G :: Root With Keeping Stock - WiFi Tethering?

Nov 8, 2010

I really want to root my EVO, but I want to keep almost everything stock, I just want to gain the free WiFi tethering, and such, is this possible?

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Motorola Droid :: 5 Screens On Stock 2.1 And Root?

Apr 19, 2010

On 2.0.1 I gained 5 screens by rooting, deodexing, and using Xultimate to patch my launcher to give me 5 screens. Is there any procedure for 2.1 to achieve the same? I see how I can get up to the deodexing point, but I doubt the xultimate patcher would work on the 2.1 launcher.

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Motorola Droid :: How To Root And Install 2.2 ROM On Stock 2.1?

Jun 27, 2010

Been wanting to install 2.2 on my Droid if somebody can answer my questions:
What are the steps I need to go through to install a custom ROM (root, backup, etc.)?
What is the best 2.2 ROM out right now for the Droid?

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HTC Incredible :: Revert To Stock ROM While Keeping Root?

Jul 26, 2010

I have another posting about my Verizon network settings getting screwed up by a widget, and assuming that I need to restore my phone, I'd like to see how to do it while keeping root. If I use the built-in option to restore factory settings, will I keep root and the super-user apk? I'm not downgrading anything, I didn't do any OTA leaks; I'm curious about restoring my phone to factory settings while retaining root.

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Samsung Moment : How To Root A Stock 2.1 Phone?

Dec 1, 2010

what do i need to root this phone. any help is greatly appreciated. it is stock with the DE03.

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HTC Incredible : Way To Remove Stock App's With Root Explorer?

Sep 11, 2010

I found this online while researching how to remove bloatware off my phone. It's written for the Samsung Moment, but is there any reason why this wouldn't work for the Incredible? Removing stock apps with Root Explorer Tutorial @ Tutorial - Talking about Gadget and Computer Freak I am also seeing many people who use Titanium Backup to remove unwanted app's. It seems that Titanium will only delete them, not move them, but if you know you'll never want it again wouldn't that be okay? For app's like CityID or VZ Nav that you will never use or want?

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General :: How To Unroot From Motofail Root In 2.3.6 Stock Rom

Apr 2, 2012

How to unroot from motofail root in 2.3.6 stock rom??n I'd like to update to ICS via OTA when moto begin roll out, and i'm not sure this will be possible with root.

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HTC Desire :: Got Rosie (sense) Helicopter Drag And Drop Working On Desire Stock Froyo

Nov 2, 2010

I have used Lambrospowers (XDA Forum) Rosie patch to enable drag n drop when in helicopter (leap) view. It works flawlessly on my rooted stock Froyo Desire. If anyone is interested, I will provide more info on how to install the patch and where to d/l it from.My desire is rooted but S-ON and odexed. It only works on rooted phones.I love this feature that only comes on DHD & DZ as part of the new sense 2.0 ui as standard.

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HTC Incredible :: Cannot Remove Stock Applications With Root Explorer

Aug 3, 2010

I am trying to remove some of these stock apps like cityid and amazonmp3. What I did was created a folder on my SD "deleted" and I was copying the applications I didnt not want from /system/app. So I moved amazonmp3.adk and cityid.apk to the deleted folder. When I look in the app folder they are gone but when I look under my apps from the home screen they are still there. So I reboot and when i go back into /system/app the apps are mysteriously back.

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HTC Incredible :: Stock Android Lock Screen W/out Root

Aug 22, 2010

Is there anyway to get the stock Android lock screen without rooting? Its so much better than this crap Sense lock screen. I guess HTC decided they were going to change everything from Stock Android even if it means downgrading certain aspects.

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Motorola Droid :: Easiest Way To Root Stock 2.1 Device?

Apr 27, 2010

So I finally got the 2.0 root off that the guy before me had this phone on. He rooted it with droid mod, and that seemed pretty easy to use. I'm wondering and if there is someone who has more experience with this than I what is the easiest way for me to root my stock 2.1 droid?

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Samsung Fascinate :: Removing Root / Going Back To Stock?

Sep 20, 2010

It seems that rooting the Fascinate and fixing the Google Search issue on the soft key and removing some bloatware is pretty easy, and I'm actually contemplating it once I get a Fascinate. Here are my questions: If I root the phone, I would not get OTA updates, when 2.2 came out? I would have to remove the root in order to get that OTA update to 2.2? To remove the root, I would enter the following into a command prompt on the phone or on my PC?

How To Remove Root
adb shell
su (its going to ask you for permission on your phone so hit allow)
rm /system/app/Superuser.apk
rm /system/xbin/busybox
rm /system/xbin/su
exit

Once I removed the root, the OTA update would just come up? Is there a difference between unrooting and returning my phone to stock? How to go back To stock - Android Forums.

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HTC Incredible :: How To UN Unrvoke / Completely Return To Stock 2.2 No Root Not That?

Sep 26, 2010

How to UN unrvoke

How to completely return to stock 2.2 no root no unrevoke

I have been told to use their s-on patch and then just install ruu wiil do it ?

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General :: Any App To Replace Stock Battery Icon Without Root

Mar 2, 2014

any app to replace stock battery icon without root?

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General :: Can't Restore Droid 4 To Stock - SU App Is Still There With No Root Access

Nov 29, 2012

I've tried several times the hard factory data reset with no luck. I just want to start from scratch (actual scratch, without the SU app) and re-root. This SU app has remained since after the ICS OTA update without the phone even having root access anymore after then.

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General :: How To Root Galaxy FIT 2.3.6 S5670DDKT2 On Stock Firmware

Feb 20, 2012

I had rooted my galaxy FIT on stock rom with gingerbread 2.3.4 & firmware version S5670DDKQ5 using SUPERONECLICK earlier.

Recently my fone was upgraded by samsung kies to gingerbread 2.3.6 & firmware version S5670DDKT2, and after the upgrade I was unrooted again
When I tried to root again, all my attempts failed, I used SuperOneClick 2.3.3 to root my fone again, but it failed after STEP 7.

Why can't I root my fone now, has SAMSUNG patched the zergrush exploit?

If so how do I root again?, I mean it should be safe enough to try coz I don't wanna brick my phone....

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