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[Q] CWM did not root

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17th March 2014, 02:31 AM   |  #1  
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I reflashed my recovery partition with CWM-based recovery v5.0.2.6 and the root did not take as I tried to update binaries of the super su and tried also to run Tianium backup but that failed as could not secure root privilege. I was just messing around and went to the wipe data/fatory reset. The data/wipe completed but an Error cam in with "Error mounting /sdcard/.android_secure!" Now the S2 just goes into a reboot loop. I read where you have to add an insecure kernel or something or other. Any ideas?.
I was reading on the forum where I do not need root to load another ROM, which is what I want to do. Fine by me just need someone to point me in the right direction. VI seemed easier than this. lol. actually i want to learn all of the file hierarchy of this android stuff. Thanks in advance.
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