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[Q] Rooting: SuperOneClick freezes at "Running psneuter"

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8th June 2011, 03:06 AM   |  #1  
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I tried to root my new Samsung Galaxy S II today using the instructions in the CF-Root thread and in the videos provided by this guy on youtube.

I was nearly across the finish line, but when I click the big "Root" button on SuperOneClick, it freezes at "Running psneuter" and won't go any further or shut down (without Task Manager intervention).

I've tried leaving it for > 10 mins, turning off all antivirus and I've tried 2 different superoneclick versions (1.9.1 and 1.7) to no avail. Edit Tried GingerBreak via SuperOneClick also and that freezes at "Running GingerBreak".

Because of this, I'm pretty sure my root isn't going through properly. Mainly because when I check if my phone is rooted properly I can't get su access in shell.

Any ideas/thoughts about what to do?
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You're telling me it already is rooted?
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5. After the phone reboots go to:
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settings > Applications > Developmentand put a tick in USB debugging if it's not already ticked.

Do I need to do this step: I didn't see it on the video guide at this topic:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1075278
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Yes phone is autorooted and it also contains cwm recovery aswell
Flash the kernal. Its all you need

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Yes phone is autorooted and it also contains cwm recovery aswell
Flash the kernal. Its all you need

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Hi mate, I have the same problem as the other guy. So is my already auto-rooted or something? What do I do now if yeah?
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