from the other thread, Rumbi wrote
Yap, only thing you have to do is install Superuser and Busybox from Market and copy "su" from /hwcust/oversea_hk/preload/fixed/bin/ to /system/xbin (e.g. with ES File Explorer with root and r/w enabled), and you are ready to go
I've installed SU & BusyBox. I cannot move the SU file over to /system/xbin. A message tells me that I am not root.
However, when I run Root Check Basic I am told I have root.
I ran Root Check before & after I installed S7-301u V100R001C232B012(Root_version) and Root Check said I did not have root.
So the real question is, How do I really know if I have root?
Actually I installed BusyBox Installer. I'm asked to pick a version to install:
None of these will install.
I also have the option to install a "Custom Tune" is there one? I'd gladly pay for BusyBox pro to get BusyBox running
I powered off the device. Put my sdCard back in (the rooted firmware was removed from it). Then installed the SuperUser update from the market.
Ran that - it said everything was OK. Then I forced it to update - it crashed - so I force closed it. I then realized I could not run the original SuperUser app anymore.
Next, I opened up Root Explorer and was able to move the su file over to the xbin. But now BusyBox is not acting right - It said that it was having problems installing, and I'd need to reflash (or reload - I can't recall) the rom.
I'm rebooting, and going to try to install BusyBox....to be clear on which BusyBox..it's this one:
Just realized in Root Explorer, to tap the little gray box at the top. After you tap it it should read "Mount R/O"
Now you can long press a folder/file and change the read/write permission.
You said to r/w enabled the su file....is that check ALL the boxes?...Read, Write, Execute Special?????