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[GUIDE] ROOT/UNROOT Stock ICS Firmware without flashing unsecure kernel

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20th February 2012, 03:27 AM |#31  
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Still the same issue.
SU permissions are fine but busybox is not working...
Try using luckypatcher and you'll see.
Root is there but it is not complete. Some functionality is lost.
Still... appquarantine does work, droidwall also so not all is lost.
Anyway, great work and elegant solution to keep the yellow triangle away.

Try this version http://db.tt/zW591p6W
Busybox added.
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20th February 2012, 05:07 AM |#32  
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If I'm already rooted with CF-Root and I want to use this to fix the SD problem, can I just flash the stock kernel and then use these files to keep root and busybox and CWM recovery?
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20th February 2012, 01:50 PM |#33  
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Try this version http://db.tt/zW591p6W
Busybox added.

Thanks!!!
You sir are great, it is working as it should now.
One Little, Tiny problem, every time I reboot to recovery I get stock recovery and not the CWM installed through your patch, HOW COME??

Is there anyway to get to that CWM recovery or does it reset on each boot??
20th February 2012, 06:51 PM |#34  
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This worked fine but I have a couple of questions..

When I "flash" it from stock recovery, it's volatile, reboot and it's gone. Is that expected?

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Thanks!!!
You sir are great, it is working as it should now.
One Little, Tiny problem, every time I reboot to recovery I get stock recovery and not the CWM installed through your patch, HOW COME??

Is there anyway to get to that CWM recovery or does it reset on each boot??

The recovery IS NOT persistent.

So you'll either have to flash a new kernel/recovery via ODIN (PC) or Mobile ODIN.
20th February 2012, 10:19 PM |#35  
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The recovery IS NOT persistent.

So you'll either have to flash a new kernel/recovery via ODIN (PC) or Mobile ODIN.

Mobile Odin will be best choice as does not increase flash counter.

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21st February 2012, 05:22 AM |#36  
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Here is my first work for Galaxy S2 device.
Simple way to root and unroot stock kernel without flashing insecure kernel.

Rooting

  • Download this File first and put in your SDCARD
    - CWM via stock recovery or download zip from http://clockworkmod.com/rommanager
    - SU-Busybox-Installer.zip
  • Reboot to recovery.
  • Choose apply update from external storage.
  • Choose CWM.zip and wait until CWM recovery appear.
  • Choose install zip from sdcard or external SD
  • Choose and Install SU-Busybox-Installer.zip
  • Reboot
  • You are done and now your device is Rooted


Unroot


Tested on stock 4.0.3 LPH rom.

Mirror:
CWM.zip - http://ul.to/u84efsqq
SU-Busybox-Installer.zip - http://ul.to/ryk0i5nh
SU-Uninstaller-signed.zip - http://ul.to/gjtjcwp0


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My work:
- [Custom Rom] Galaxy GIO GT-S5660 GioPRO v1.4 Android 2.3.5
- [How To] ROOT Stock ROM without flashing unsecure kernel

Finally Finally . we found the good solution for rooting phone without flash unsecure kernel ..

Thank you very much . it working like charm ..

Can you please change your instructions to " CWM.zip & SU files to External SDCARD" becoz internal sdcard not showing in recovery mode.

Thanks once again.
21st February 2012, 10:15 AM |#37  
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Guys im on stock XWK14 and cant get CWM to install just keeps failing
anybody help me out here please
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21st February 2012, 10:20 AM |#38  
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Guys im on stock XWK14 and cant get CWM to install just keeps failing
anybody help me out here please
kev.

Hey i thought that u are my phone?
And i turned u off?

BTW this is for ICS only
21st February 2012, 04:38 PM |#39  
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BTW this is for ICS only

I knew that Lol
Sorry!!
21st February 2012, 06:38 PM |#40  
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The recovery IS NOT persistent.

So you'll either have to flash a new kernel/recovery via ODIN (PC) or Mobile ODIN.

What would be the files to flash to retain root and secure storage and still have a permanent custom recovery??
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