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    ASUS TF300T Stock - SAMSUNG Galaxy SIII Stock - HTC Desire HD CM7 - Got root !

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136 Hello, I managed to root my TF300 this week-end. Since the method of downgrading to .17, getting root, then waiting for Asus to update it again OTA to .29... was not really satisfying to me, I found a simpler (and hopefully safer) way to do it. ...
4 Question: Why weren't you satisfied with downgrading method? i asked because I did the downgrade method and the tf300 has been working fine. :confused: Because risk was too high in my opinion: - risk to brick when injecting the blob into mmcblk0...
3 My question is how you find out the magic number: I found it with the mount command,that's the device name from which /system is mounted. You can send me the result of the mount command if you need help. EDIT: maybe root explorer only shows f...
3 When i read about the downgrade-methode i thought "wouldnt it be nice to just copy su binary into the writable filesystem" but i didnt know about debugfs... I didn't know about debugfs either, that's why it took me 24h to get the root. I started ...
3 Hello, Since this is my first post on this forum I couldn't post it in the dev thread, so I post it here. I just managed to root my TF300T without downgrading the firmware. First, I decline all responsibility if you brick your device. Use the m...