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20th June 2014, 05:32 AM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by akitten007

The /system partition is write protected on stock, meaning you can't add, modify, or delete files there. To disable this, you need to flash a kernel or rom with this disabled. Pretty much all sense based roms/kernels will state this in the features. I believe S-Off also disables it if you want to go the extra mile.

PS: Write protection is disabled in recovery. That is why superuser/root could be installed there.
PPS: Here is the kernel I run (protection disabled): http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2705613

So, is there a way to install busybox via recovery ?

I did 3 things in recovery: all in /system/xbin
- chmod +s su
- touch t
- mkdir tmp

after reboot to normal mode, SUID bit was removed, but t and tmp are still here.

So, how do I install busybox ?

New issue: /data has the nodev flag; is it possible to remove it ?

I did not found /dev/shm ; was it moved somewhere else ? Any other place for similar use ? (world write temp folder in RAM).