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26th April 2014, 07:38 AM   |  #1  
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I don't normally post question. Figuring out how to do things is half the fun. But I've searched everywhere and I've not been able to find a root method for the M8 GPe. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
26th April 2014, 07:30 PM   |  #2  
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I don't normally post question. Figuring out how to do things is half the fun. But I've searched everywhere and I've not been able to find a root method for the M8 GPe. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

unlock the bootloader HTCDEV.com and install twrp.
26th April 2014, 07:40 PM   |  #3  
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unlock the bootloader HTCDEV.com and install twrp.

It's the GPe. To unlock the bootloader I just used fastboot oem unlock. I just need root. Philz Touch Recovery is only for the m8, m8spr, and m8vzw. I guess what I need is both a way to root the device and a custom recovery to install.

Can I push root through adb like the Nexus 5? And is there a recovery for the m8gpe?
26th April 2014, 07:59 PM   |  #4  
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It's the GPe. To unlock the bootloader I just used fastboot oem unlock. I just need root. Philz Touch Recovery is only for the m8, m8spr, and m8vzw. I guess what I need is both a way to root the device and a custom recovery to install.

Can I push root through adb like the Nexus 5? And is there a recovery for the m8gpe?

It's all the same, you can use the normal M8 recovery.
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It's all the same, you can use the normal M8 recovery.

Cool. And just push root through adb?
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Cool. And just push root through adb?

Fastboot. fastboot flash recovery "recoveryname.img"
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Fastboot. fastboot flash recovery "recoveryname.img"

Thanks.
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You can flash su.zip through recovery or let recovery do it automatically, I think CWM and Philz touch detect and offer to root your stock rom. I know TWRP does.

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