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Default [UNIVERSAL GUIDE] Root Any Android Device Manually !

The Ultimate Guide to Rooting any Android Device Manually !!!!

Wanting to ROOT Your Phone but can't do Because Of No rooting Guides or want to learn to root any device ? Then , This Guide Is For YOU

OK So lets start....

**What You Need**

1.Your Unrooted Android Device.
2.ADB Drivers Installed On Your PC. If you Don't Have Download From Here :
Code:
adbdriver.com/‎
3. The Most Inportant Root Kit Made By Me (N'ayam Amarsh'e) - Download From The Attachment.
4.Strength And Courage Coz Rooting Voids Your Warranty... If You have compeleted the Warranty Don't Worry...

I've Written Android Device as ADV to make it more easy.... Okay so move on...

**Steps**

So if you have all things ready let's Do it Now !!

So you have the adb drivers installed let's go....

1. Open The root kit by Extracting The Rootkit with WinRAR....

2.Turn 'USB DEBUGGING' 'ON' in your ADV...

3. Connect your ADV to Your PC...

4.In the root kit Open Cmd.exe File ...

5. In CMD window Type the following command...

Code:
->adb devices       *Your device will get listed in the window if it doesn't check your adb drivers or if you have followed the steps properly...
->adb push busybox /data/local/tmp 

->adb push su /data/local/tmp 

->adb push Superuser.apk /data/local/tmp
If you Succeed Move On ...

6.Then You need Root Shell Type :

Code:
adb shell
Note that you see a "$" sign in the command prompt. That means you are not rooted.

7.Next run the following commands in the shell to change permissions and get some limited privileges for the Superuser files:

Code:
->chmod 6755 /data/local/tmp/su 

->chmod 755 /data/local/tmp/busybox 

->chmod 644 /data/local/tmp/Superuser.apk
{Note}The names of the files are case sensitive!

8.Done ? Now You need to open a copy of linux which has nautilus... So enter your linux (I recommend using ubuntu 11.4) and type in the terminal (ctrl+alt+T)
Code:
->sudo nautilus
this will open nautilus with root privileges... To know how to do it go to http://pricklytech.wordpress.com/201...in-virtualbox/
having your ADV connected with USB to PC switch it off and put it in download/recovery mode... [linux link on the website... here's virtualbox's https://www​. virtualbox .org/]

9.In The Exploring Window navigate to
Code:
/data/local/tmp
and move/cut 'su' and 'busybox' to
Code:
/system/bin
...

10.From the tmp Folder you went earlier Move/cut 'Superuser.apk' to
Code:
/system/app
11.Now Reboot You ADV ... Congrats ! You Are Now in the root Club...

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I have any error. Device is offline.

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I have any error. Device is offline.
Problem solved i download another adb drivers and work fine
 
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In /UserData/local/tmp i only have one file "directory" and nothing else. It's look like something block the data folder.
 
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In /UserData/local/tmp i only have one file "directory" and nothing else. It's look like something block the data folder.
that means you have not properly pushed the files into the directory.... Try installing adb drivers again and do the same steps...Good luck

When you open cmd just type ' adb devices' if your device gets listed then you can start if it doesn't check your drivers...
 
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After uinstall all adb drivers and phone drivers comand prompt shows me a device code and status ofline. At the begining i install atached to therad package of adb drivers. But lately some where in Internet I find some update package of adb drivers. And there was the same sort of files like in your package. I put them there and replace and after that adb shows the device is working and status is online but your guide still does not work. Question is where is real problem ? I checked and Debug Mod is on, drivers are installed.
 
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Try this , download android commander and try to copy the busybox , su and superuser to data/local/tmp

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Try this , download android commander and try to copy the busybox , su and superuser to data/local/tmp

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I used the same files in android commander because program can't finde my device to.
 
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I using Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo (GT-I9060) Jelly Bean 4.2.2



Now is working. But how to move "su" and busybox into system/bin ? Android commander says " You need root to do this." when i try to copy does files into system/bin. Folders are protected and I dont have premission to do anything with them.
 
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I using Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo (GT-I9060) Jelly Bean 4.2.2



Now is working. But how to move "su" and busybox into system/bin ? Android commander says " You need root to do this." when i try to copy does files into system/bin. Folders are protected and I dont have premission to do anything with them.

Sorry I forgot that Android Commander works only for rooted phones... Silly Me...


OK you will need to do it with Droid Explorer

OR

linux and in the linux you'll have to type 'sudo nautilus' it'll open it with root privilages...
 
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Sorry I forgot that Android Commander works only for rooted phones... Silly Me...


OK you will need to do it with Droid Explorer

OR

linux and in the linux you'll have to type 'sudo nautilus' it'll open it with root privilages...
And in your guide need little correct. In step 9 should be /data/local/tmp not /UserData/local/tmp. Does are two diffrent folders. And before I think I do something wrong when all files be already on right place
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