Hmmm... Seems to work, but SU fails to update binary; fails when copying to /system?
Edit: Using SuperSU instead it works fine. Long live root! :)
Devices past & present:
- Latest toy - Kindle Fire HDX - stock for now...
- Sony Xperia Z C6603 - tweaked a little
- Google Nexus 7 (2012) 3G - rooted within 5 minutes of opening the box... - SOLD
- Motorola Defy (work phone - it'll do...)
- Kindle Fire HD - Stock - SOLD
- HTC Titan - Dynamics 2.0 WP 7.8 ROM - SOLD
- Samsung Galaxy S II - SOLD
- HTC HD2 - SOLD
I'll admit that I'm kind of a newbie, but that method seem ridiculously complex compared to how I was able to root with Honeybomb. I think I'll wait until I just find a new root.zip file to flash to the device.
Apple is to telephones what Fischer-Price is to automobiles.
Hmm somehow i lost root after updating busybox. was kinda weird...after updating it i got a message that said it was broken and i should reinstall. and after that non of my rooted apps have root acces anymore...
I tried root.zip, root(2).zip and root_supersu_110512.zip...but nothing worked for me. i'm still on stock 3.2 and i actually just need root again to save all my data with tb...need to send my tab to samsung cause the wifi and the battery is kinda broken...
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