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can someone explain how to use bypasslkm in further detail. i looked through multiple threads but im stilll not getting the handle on it,
15th May 2014, 02:30 PM |#2  
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Open your terminal emulator on your phone (download one from Google play if you don't have one) open the terminal and type the following commands (Pressing enter to execute each one)

su (sands for switch user, used alone will switch you to the "root" user. Equilivent to Admin in windows)

cd /data/local/temp (cd - change directory, followed by the complete folder path you want to navigate to)

chmod 755 bypasslkm (not going to get too in depth with this one because I could go on for a while with it but "chmod 755" changes the permissions to read, write, execute for the root user and read/execute for everyone else)

. /bypasslkm (. / tells the system to look in the current directory and, in this case, execute bypasslkm)

Hope this helps clear some things up for you!

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[QUOTE=sfgrimes;52674542]Open your terminal emulator on your phone (download one from Google play if you don't have one) open the terminal and type the following commands (Pressing enter to execute each one)

su (sands for switch user, used alone will switch you to the "root" user. Equilivent to Admin in windows)

cd /data/local/temp (cd - change directory, followed by the complete folder path you want to navigate to)

chmod 755 bypasslkm (not going to get too in depth with this one because I could go on for a while with it but "chmod 755" changes the permissions to read, write, execute for the root user and read/execute for everyone else)

. /bypasslkm (. / tells the system to look in the current directory and, in this case, execute bypasslkm)

Hope this helps clear some things up for you!

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I keep getting a message saying that there is no such directory after trying to execute "chmod 755 bypasslkm"
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I keep getting a message saying that there is no such directory after trying to execute "chmod 755 bypasslkm"

I had the same issue. Here is the binary from Surges dropbox https://www.dropbox.com/s/9rdz9ff6x5foech/bypasslkm

Make sure you copy it to the right directory and follow all the commands.

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To add to the above post, after downloading that just execute this in terminal

Code:
su
mount -o remount,rw /system
find . -name "bypasslkm" -exec cp {} /data/local/tmp \;
find /data/local/tmp -name "bypasslkm" -type f -exec chmod 755 {} \;
./data/local/tmp/bypasslkm
insmod /system/lib/modules/dhd.ko
exit
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To add to the above post, after downloading that just execute this in terminal

Code:
su
mount -o remount,rw /system
find . -name "bypasslkm" -exec cp {} /data/local/tmp \;
find /data/local/tmp -name "bypasslkm" -type f -exec chmod 755 {} \;
./data/local/tmp/bypasslkm
insmod /system/lib/modules/dhd.ko
exit

I got the following error trying to execute after downloading the bypasslkm file and doing what you said
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