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20th March 2014, 07:49 PM |#1  
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Hello guys! I know it's useless, but anyway, we(@MrBIMC and @r3pwn) crafted root-script for Android Wear!

Download and unzip archive, go to the folder with unpacked data and execute the script:
Code:
sh wear-root.sh
*Note that you'll have to re-run this script everytime you reboot emulator*



Enjoy!
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21st March 2014, 08:08 AM |#2  
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Hello guys! I know it's useless, but anyway, we(@MrBIMC and @r3pwn) crafted root-script for Android Wear!

Download and unzip archive, go to the folder with unpacked data and execute the script:

Code:
sh wear-root.sh
*Note that you'll have to re-run this script everytime you reboot emulator*



Enjoy!

Can't run that command in CMD, it says : "sh is not recognized as internal command" on windows
21st March 2014, 09:24 AM |#3  
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Can't run that command in CMD, it says : "sh is not recognized as internal command" on windows

For Windows, you'll need to double-click on the .bat file.

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For Windows, you'll need to double-click on the .bat file.

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Can u give me proper steps to root ?

Update : ROOTED
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21st March 2014, 11:46 PM |#5  
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why should i root it?
is there any app for it to need root access?
or any feature we can access after root?

23rd March 2014, 12:48 AM |#6  
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I can only imagine what kind of apps Developers will make for rooted smartwatches. We will have to wait and see what wear offers without them first...
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@MrBIMC

why should i root it?
is there any app for it to need root access?
or any feature we can access after root?

Actually, we don't need to root smartwatch, at least yet. I made a script just because I can, lol
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Actually, we don't need to root smartwatch, at least yet. I made a script just because I can, lol

absolutely good reason
28th March 2014, 02:48 AM |#9  
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No need YET.
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absolutely good reason

I'm with you. Although there may not be much of a need at the time I can see this come in handy when I go and pick up a Wear device and start tinkering. I can already think of a few uses for it. And you know what? Even if I fail, it's future proofing. Who knows what the future may bring with Wear devices and their restrictions/Wear skins?
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Can i use it on my galaxy young bro?

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