Rooting JetDroid

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Re: Rooting JetDroid

Postby Qwerp » Fri Nov 26, 2010 4:32 pm

Sorry, forgot that little fact.
Thanks for correcting it ;)

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Re: Rooting JetDroid

Postby FunnyWarri0r » Sun Nov 28, 2010 5:22 pm

YEAH I HAVE ROOTED it :D

with this:

Re: Rooting JetDroid

by Thijs » Sat Nov 20, 2010 4:09 pm
Hi,

Okay, an alternative is to connect your Jet to Linux (Ubuntu) and to unzip the attachment into "/system/bin".

Then open a terminal and type

cd /media/JetDroid/system/bin
sudo chmod 7777 osu
sudo chmod 7777 su

note: Assuming that your Jet (with Samsung OS running) is mounted at /media/JetDroid

After this install a terminal emulator in JetDroid and type:
osu

Now you've got root-access.

Best regards - Thijs
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Re: Rooting JetDroid

Postby imatheussm » Mon Nov 29, 2010 2:23 pm

Imatheussm here.

What's happening: I can not get root on my android ...
Why: This is what I want to know

I've put in "/ system / bin /", and I have done chmod, but when you start and start JetDroid z4root, it hangs ... how can I solve this?

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Re: Rooting JetDroid

Postby umeshktangnu » Mon Nov 29, 2010 2:29 pm

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C:\>cd android-sdk-windows

C:\android-sdk-windows>cd tools

C:\android-sdk-windows\tools>install.bat

C:\android-sdk-windows\tools>adb push bin/su /system/bin
* daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
* daemon started successfully *
error: device not found

C:\android-sdk-windows\tools>adb shell chmod 4755 /system/bin/su
error: device not found

C:\android-sdk-windows\tools>adb uninstall koushikdutta.superuser
- waiting for device -


getting these errors :(
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Re: Rooting JetDroid

Postby jacquesjk » Wed Dec 01, 2010 3:46 pm

the permission denied it's because you don't set the right permission of the both files (osu and su) or don't copy as right.

"error: device not found" your device isn't recognized by your pc,I test this 2 moths ago,and i work with my topic (DOWN)

You can see my topic here: http://darkforestgroup.com/forum/index.php?topic=6483.0

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Re: Rooting JetDroid

Postby Pumba93 » Wed Dec 08, 2010 6:49 pm

mihai.dolha wrote:
Thijs wrote:Hi,

Okay, an alternative is to connect your Jet to Linux (Ubuntu) and to unzip the attachment into "/system/bin".

Then open a terminal and type

cd /media/JetDroid/system/bin
sudo chmod 7777 osu
sudo chmod 7777 su

note: Assuming that your Jet (with Samsung OS running) is mounted at /media/JetDroid

After this install a terminal emulator in JetDroid and type:
osu

Now you've got root-access.

Best regards - Thijs


hi,

i've done what you described here, but i get an error:

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$ osu
su: access granted, courtesy of www.magicandroidapps.com
su: permission denied


what could it be?

thanks!


same probem and z4root doesnt work too...
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Re: Rooting JetDroid

Postby Jose_Paramore » Wed Dec 08, 2010 7:03 pm

For z4root to work, you have to follow these steps:
1.- Enable usb debugging (Settings/Applications/Development/Usb Debugging)
2.- Connect your phone to your computer (USB)
3.- Open z4root in your phone and press the button "root"
4.- The phone will turn off by itself. Turn it on again and you will see the superuser icon in the app drawer ;)
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Re: Rooting JetDroid

Postby imatheussm » Wed Dec 08, 2010 7:59 pm

Hey everybody, Imatheussm in the area.

What is happening to me is that when you install z4root the "system / app", it does not rooted my Jet ... and when i try to install the ASTRO (remember: my card is 8GB, but I gave 3789 bytes for each partition), it says the card is full, and I have to remove applications. I try to remove, it nonetheless. When I try the computer, it still gives the same message. Notice that I have over 1GB free! I've tried installing ASTRO by the "system / app" and the "data / app", but none avail. I've done several tests, but none solves my problem. What do I do to rectify this situation?

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Re: Rooting JetDroid

Postby Bonsitm » Wed Dec 08, 2010 8:34 pm

Imatheussm,
How large is your ext3 partition? The limit appeared to be 1.7 or 2GB max. When others devoted more space to ext3 partition they experienced problems.
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Re: Rooting JetDroid

Postby imatheussm » Wed Dec 08, 2010 8:56 pm

What kind of problems? Well here I am, I feel just the opposite: when I used a 4GB card, everything was very slow, with only 2GB for each side. But with 8GB, everything got faster. The system started up in a second, with GAPPS installed, and booting with other tools. Now I'm asking this because I did something bad, who left the garbled computer system, read only the cell, preventing application installations. JetDroid reinstalled (I have the files ready on your PC, like a ROM with all that I use), and after this procedure, I tried root and ASTRO is saying it has no space when I have more than 1GB free ... :cry:
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