There's no G-Slate forum yet, so this goes here.
How to root your T-Mobile G-Slate
This process works under Linux. The hard part under Windows would be mounting a file as an ext4 filesystem, but if you can do that you win.
I suggest doing a Wubi install , where Ubuntu pretends to be a Windows app (which you can then uninstall like any other app later). Alternatively you could try using VirtualBox , but that's less guaranteed to work.
The only reason I wouldn't do t...
./nvflash: error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Apparently there are some libraries that existing users of Ubuntu manage to install by mistake but don't come with a fr...
Problem is, I have yet to find any way to mount an ext4 filesystem on Windows.
It's worse than that. You don't just have to mount an ext4 filesystem, you have to mount a *file* as an ext4 filesystem.
The only reasonable approach I can think ...
Attached are all the reasonably small partitions that I could pull off my device with nvflash. This should be everything except /system, /cache, and /data.
I suggest backing everything up before flashing any of these, on the of...