Motorola Droid X :: Guide That Explain Rooting Process

Aug 19, 2010

I know everything is just starting to come together but is there a guide available that explains the rooting process? Even if it isn't specific to the X I would like to learn more about what I'm doing before I start following any step-by-step procedures.

Motorola Droid X :: guide that explain Rooting process


Motorola Droid :: Best Guide For Rooting Phone?

Jan 2, 2010

Where is the best guide for rooting your droid and is it worth it yet?

no need to flame or i will hunt you down and eat your kids

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Motorola Droid :: In Rooting Process - Didn't Appear To Have 3g Enabled

Jul 6, 2010

I am currently in the process of rooting my Moto Droid and when I downgraded to stock 2.01 I didn't appear to have 3g enabled and only one bar. Do I lose my 3g or something.

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Motorola Droid :: Factory Reset And Rooting - Start Process From Scratch

Feb 18, 2010

Well right now I have a rooted droid thanks to sholesmod and am running bugless beast 0.7.6 at 800. From what I Have read, it is supposed to be one of the fastest ROMs out there. Too be honest, I have almost noticed it to be slower then .7.5. So I have decided to completely erase everything and start completely from scratch. I was going to go back to stock 2.01 and then do a factory restore. Then I was going to reformat my sd card. Would that be the best route to go if I wanted to start from scratch?

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Motorola CLIQ :: Rooting Process And Flashing Custom ROM

Aug 3, 2010

I have my Cliq rooted with pure handler 1.0 ROM or flashed and I like it. So my sister is considering root on her Cliq but she's scared about breaking her phone. So my question is, if I root her phone do I HAVE to flash a custom ROM? Cuz she likes motoblur and if I don't do I just do the regular rooting process and just not flash a ROM?

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HTC Incredible :: PRS Complete Rooting Guide

Jun 10, 2010

I DID NOT MAKE THE ROOT PROCEDURE ALL PROPS GO TO THE TEAM AT UNREVOKED. I just tacked on the perm procedure and regurgitated it in my own words. nor anyone else is responsible if you break your phone. try this at your own risk! Original procedure here: http://www.unrevoked.com/rootwiki/doku.php?id=public:adb_in_recovery
donate here: https://secure.eff.org/site/Donation2?idb=994673248&df_id=1840&FR_ID=1040&PROX Y_ID=1570&PROXY_ TYPE =22&1840.donation=form1 I am just compiling the Current procedure here. Install the android SDK
Android SDK | Android Developers Download these Five files and place them into your android sdk/tools folder (wherever you installed it)
http://www.unrevoked.com/incredible/payload-update.zip
http://www.unrevoked.com/incredible/ota.zip
http://www.unrevoked.com/incredible/busybox
http://www.mediafire.com/?nwzozqltm0i
http://www.mediafire.com/?udotmjdniyn

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LG Ally :: Guide To Rooting Phone?

Nov 1, 2010

I want to root my Finance's Ally, is there a dumbed down guide to rooting it? i am in no way a wiz at any of this... i have a droid x, i found a dumbed down guide for it that seems to be successful, was wondering if there is one on here

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HTC Desire :: YouTube Video Guide For Rooting?

Aug 2, 2010

Are there any youtube vids out there that takes a step by step tut to rooting your Desire (0.80)? I only found one by Unlockr which is only for 0.75 and under Desires.

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Motorola Droid :: Update App - Message Process Android Media Process Stopped Unexpectedly

Nov 12, 2010

I Just installed a new theme (Live Wire) for my Lithium Mod Rom. Don't know if there is a connection, but when I need to update an app, I get the message something like "process android media process stopped unexpectedly" and it will not allow the update. Everything else works well. I have turned it off for awhile, and have done a battery pull.

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HTC Incredible :: Need A Comprehensive Guide / Glossary On Rooting DINC

Jun 30, 2010

Looking for somebody to point me in the right direction whether it's on this forum or not. I'm very savvy with technology and have been a part of the jailbreak movement since the beginning. I just keep seeing a lot of foreign terms here. I keep reading threads in their entirety but I can't seem to find something that brings it all together as a process.

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Samsung Captivate :: Complete Guide To Flashing Froyo And Rooting In 2.2

Oct 23, 2010

I have read a ton of articles on this site, XDA, and other about doing a pre-official upgrade to Froyo on my captivate and then rooting it. This is officially the correct way to do it. The easiest way I found. And of course I am not responsible if you mess your phone up in the process.

Step One:
Download all the drivers you can find for the captivate. Install them without plugging the phone in, and then plug the phone in and let windows pick up any additional drivers. (Plug the phone in and let it find drivers, then mount it and let it find more if possible.)Driver Links: 64 bit Windows. Download Samsung Galaxy S USB Driver for Windows x64 Driver for Windows XP X64 / Windows Vista64 / Windows 7 x64 - Softpedia 32 bit Windows. Download Samsung Galaxy S USB Driver for Windows x86 Driver for Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows 7 - Softpedia More Drivers.http://downloadcenter.samsung .com/ content/SW/201007/20100716004231953/SGH-i897_Captivate_USB_Drivers_5_02_0_2.zip **ALSO** Go ahead and download Samsung Kies. It will provide more drivers...4.0 inch SUPER AMOLED Display, Layar Reality Browser, Android 2.1 OS, 1GHz CPU Speed, 5 Megapixel AF Camera, Music Player - Samsung I9000 - Infotainment - mobile phones | SAMSUNG

STEP TWO:
Open Kies and plug your captivate in. Let it go through the loading and discovering the phone and all that song and dance. Also, check and see if your firmware can be updated. It is really easy to get the update through Kies. If there is any kind of updates, go ahead and do it. Even if your phone is already rooted, upgrading to 2.2 is going to delete everything you have anyways.

STEP THREE:
After everything has updates and your drivers are installed, (Drivers being most important here) It is time to flash your captivate to androind 2.2. There is a very simple program called ODIN that will do this all for you. to prepare for this you will need this version of ODIN Multiupload.com - upload your files to multiple file hosting sites! download from and of these sources. You will also need to put your phone in debugging mode and change the USB setting to ask on connection. Download ODIN, and open it. You should see some blank boxes on the screen and two buttons at the bottom that say Start and Master Clear. This next series is important so do exactly as the directions say.
1) Plug the USB cable into the computer WITHOUT the phone plugged into it.
2) Make sure you have opened ODIN
3) Hold down BOTH the up and down volume buttons at the some time (Do not push the power button).
4) Count to 5 slowly and plug your USB cable into the phone while holding the buttons down still.
5) Download mode will pop up on your phone, it will have a green android guy on there and say very clearly that it is in download mode. YOU HAVE TO BE IN THIS MODE FOR IT TO WORK.
6) After that, in ODIN, one of the blank boxes should have something in it along the lines of COMM 4 or 3 or just anything in one of those blank boxes. Hit start.
**This process should only take about 5 minutes to do, if you are sitting there for half an hour something is wrong, go back and redo these steps.**
7) Let the phone do its thing. It will reboot and once it does, you are good to go and upgraded to 2.2

STEP FOUR:
Now it is time to root your 2.2 device, which is the easiest part of this. There very simple program to DL that will root your phone and enable side loading. Very easy to use.
1) Make sure your phone is set to ask on connection under the USB settings and debugging is on.
2) Download the software..[APP]SuperOneClick v1.5.1 (Root, Unroot, Enable Non-Market App, Get UNLOCK code) - xda-developers scroll all the way to the bottom of the post and download the latest version.
It should be Superoneclickv1.5.1-Shortfuse.zip*you may have to register for XDA but its free and has really good forums.
3) After the download is complete, run the .exe and follow the instructions.
Off the top of my head there should be a tab at the top of the program that says "Universal" and "Captivate" obviously make sure you are on the captivate tab. If you have to click "get unlock code" first then do so. unless you are experienced, just do the standard root and not the shell root. After this you will have Android Froyo 2.2 on your captivate and also have it rooted.

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HTC Incredible :: Difference In Rooting Process Between 2.1 And 2.2?

Aug 28, 2010

Is there any difference at all rooting 2.1 or 2.2? I have never rooted before but I want to. I want to root my new 2.2 HTC DInc but I do not want to screw it up if there is a difference.

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HTC Magic :: Stuck In Rooting Process

Jul 10, 2009

I went ahead and attempted to root my Rogers Magic, but at the point where I'm in fastboot mode and cmd prompting "fastboot boot recovery.img" it says "waiting for device" instead of "downloading". Any thoughts about what that means?The update.zip is on my sd card and the recovery image is in my tools directory.

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Motorola Droid :: Streaming Radio Guide

Dec 8, 2009

I've been using streamingradioguide.com to stream talk radio to my pc. You can pick a show and it will list all stations carrying it live at any particular time. Unfortunately most of the stream links are Flash. So I've searched for the station call letters in android apps and they're not there. The links from mobile stream center won't play either. Is there anything for Android that will search for call letters and play the stream?

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Motorola Droid :: Comprehensive User Guide That Details Everything?

Nov 25, 2009

I've seen the DROID users guide online and of course the one that comes with the device. But there are a Lot of things missing and honestly I don't want to have to always "figure it out". Is there some comprehensive guide available that details everything? For example, I'm using a widget that came with the phone, I think its the Power Control widget. There is one control on there (looks like a Refresh icon). I have no clue what it does. Lastly, does anyone know if Moto, Google, Verizon has a feedback forum. I like the phone and it has some really cool features, but I have some feedback (positive of course) to help them improve it.

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Motorola Droid :: Update.zip Link Dead In Guide

Aug 3, 2010

In the guide for rooting from windows, the link to the update.zip file is dead. Does anyone have it?

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Motorola Droid :: Android 2.0 Detailed User's Guide?

Nov 15, 2009

They sure didn't ship one with the phone. Is there a Droid (or Android 2.0) User's Guide on the web that gives detailed operation on all the Droid functions (including tips & tricks)? It sure would be handy!

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Motorola Droid X :: After Rooting Moving Rooting Files From Sdcard

Jul 29, 2010

I rooted me Droid X. I want to know if I can move the files:
busybox
su
Superuser.apk

To somewhere else other then at /sdcard? If so, where can I put them so everything till works?

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HTC Droid Eris :: What Is Tethering? Explain

Apr 20, 2010

Well I saw the thread in here about tethering and trying to fix the speed problem. I did not want to high jack his thread with my question so I made my own thread. Can someone please explain tethering to me?

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HTC Eris :: Rooting Phone - Process In Detail For Mac Users (Instructions)

May 10, 2010

Has or will anyone describe the process in detail for the mac users out there. I'm on a standard Eris and would like to move to the unofficial ROOTED 2.1 ROM but I don't own a PC and am hesitant about doing it without some guidance.

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Android :: Explain Adobe AIR - How It Affects Droid

Aug 16, 2010

Can someone please explain Adobe AIR and how it affects android.. All i see is that it is like a flash or something, but not popular.

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Motorola Droid X :: Possible To Link A Guide - Quick Explanation / Make My Own Icons?

Oct 14, 2010

Fabulous or any other ROM/theme creator i was wondering if its possible to maybe link to a guide or a quick explanation or how to make my own icons like for the notification bar? I.e. The battery, 3g... Stuff like that and how to know what size and everything.

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Motorola Droid : Complete Guide To Backup / All Of My Apps - System Data

Jul 2, 2010

I run the risk of getting flamed for this... but I deem it a worthy thread, as things are constantly changing. I haven't found an up-to-date thread that has satisfied me yet.

I recently joined the Android community with my purchase of the Moto Droid. After a few days, I became interested in the rooting process and gave it a go... upgrading to Froyo. There have been several ROMs I've tried out, but I'm very hesitant to try more due to backups.

Will somebody provide me (in words or a link) the best way to backup all of my applications and data when testing out a new ROM? I tried Titanium Backup (and even donated), yet I never have successfully restored from a backup. Some applications and system data restore, but a ton of apps don't install, and I have to re-enter my email accounts (and appropriate sync settings) every time. This and the number of apps it doesn't restore (especially Swype) makes it not worth messing around with.

I read something about Nandroid backup, but that just looked like it was a backup in case something went terribly wrong with a ROM or something of the sort. Also, it looked like in the Simply Stunning (ChevyNo1) 4.2, there was a built in backup script... but I'd like to be able to venture between ROMs.

I want to be able to backup all of my apps and system data (gmail accounts, sms, etc), install a new ROM, and reload all of my apps and data.

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HTC Eris : Guide For Rooting Eris/froyo 2.2

Aug 26, 2010

I want the flash 10.1 on my htc eris so I assume that I need froyo 2.2. Is there a guide to do this or will the eris get flash 10.1 soon?

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Motorola Droid :: [Guide] Change Notification/clock/pull Down Text Colors

Mar 1, 2010

There are a few ways to change the color of the clock, notification bar, and pull down menu.

Standard disclaimer: I take no responsibility for anything you do or screw up on your phone.

AdamZ has updated method A (now called Droid Customizer) and it now changes all notification colors. It will overwrite any other changes you have previously made to the services.jar and framework-res.apk files so the manual method is still useful for people who have already made changes and don't want to lose them.

A - [Release] Droid Customizer v1.0 *Updated 3/02* (edit 4/7/10: fixed this link)
If you are familiar with the installation process of the smoked glass themes then this is an option. Has 13 color options as well as 12 font options that you can use.

B - Manually (sorta) change everything. I did it this way because AdamZ's method in A wasn't out yet and I think the way described in method A might overwrite other changes you have made (not sure on that though)

This will probably look long with a lot of steps but it really isn't too complicated.

Prerequisits
Rooted
Android sdk installed and some familiarity with adb
adb info: Start Here | Root Your Droid

1 - Plug in your phone and don't mount the sd card.

2 - On your computer open a command prompt and navigate to the android sdk tools folder.

3 - Type these commands:

Code: ...

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Motorola Droid :: DROID User Guide

Nov 1, 2009

I posted a reply with this info but i decided it would be better suited if i posted a new thread about what i got. anyway here's a quick summary.... user manual has well what do u expect. but the launch kit has info from a variety of stuff including prices(2, 1, and no year prices), Specs, Product Codes(SKU, UPC, and so on), Accessories, Target Audience, Guick Start Guide, And SO MUCH MORE!!!! Mostly used for employee training and the like. Anyway its a must see whether your the curious type or you just want to know every little bit about the Droid. Let me know what you guys think.

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Motorola Droid :: New Droid Buyers Guide

Nov 30, 2009

Have there been any posts on a Droid Buyers Guide? I am going on Wed to buy one from my local VZW store, and I want to make sure I get a good one. For example, manufacture date after xxx, or serial number higher than xxx, etc. Have there been any noticeable differences?

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HTC Droid Eris :: Error Pops Up Sorry The Process Android.process.acore Has Stopped Unexpectdly

May 11, 2010

Every 5 minutes this error pops up "Sorry! the process android.process.acore has stopped unexpectdly. please try again." It doesnt actually close anything. It pops up even when im not in an app. So it's more annoying than anything.

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Motorola Droid X :: Process Of Taking A Pic On DX Vs Evo

Sep 27, 2010

when i had my Evo, i would go to take a picture and the LED's would stay on the whole time while i took the pic and looked great.on the DX, the flash only comes on right when you actually take the picture. i find the pics arent as good on the DX, not necessarily because of the way the LED's act. but in general.is there any way to get the LED's to act like they do on the Evo? i think it may help the camera focus better at night

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Motorola Droid :: Step By Step Guide To Get Cyanogen Installed

Apr 4, 2010

Okay, I have received several PM's on this but tonight, someone asked me to give a complete step-by-step walkthrough. It's Easter and I figured I could use the good Karma I have removed the name of the user that asked for this even though they didn't care...I just prefer to keep it anonymous and if that person identifies himself...cool...I just don't want to do it.I figured this might help someone else so here it is.

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