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[ROOT] NachoRoot - Honeycomb

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3rd January 2012, 11:43 PM   |  #11  
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Not possible at this time, will investigate root via app once I have a prime in hand, no guarantees however.

sounds good enough. thanks again. no big deal. just wondering.

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Don't really need a "fast" computer for ADB lol. It just needs a USB port.

if you knew how long it took for my PC to boot up and open an app, you'd ask also.. It does have usb ports, its not that old..lmao. its all good. still deciding if I want to give it a shot now or wait till after ICS.
3rd January 2012, 11:44 PM   |  #12  
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Very nice work. Is there any way to revert this root?

For everybody considering doing this, do note that ICS is scheduled to release 12 January. Trying to update/upgrade a rooted/hacked tablet MIGHT BRICK your Prime.

So it could be wise for the majority of users to wait untill ICS before trying to root.
3rd January 2012, 11:45 PM   |  #13  
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Very nice work. Is there any way to revert this root?

For everybody considering doing this, do note that ICS is scheduled to release 12 January. Trying to update/upgrade a rooted/hacked tablet MIGHT BRICK your Prime.

So it could be wise for the majority of users to wait untill ICS before trying to root.

mount system, delete su

Why would it brick if they just installed su (really dont know, would like to look into preventing it)
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3rd January 2012, 11:48 PM   |  #14  
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Process went flawlessly. Thank you jcase.

I must say the build.prop and standard gps.conf are decidedly empty, weird.
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FREAKING AWESOME WORK!!! Thank you Jcase...Worked like a charm no hicups or glitches...we are now one step closer to Recoveries and Roms...

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Proces went flawlessly, I must say the build.prop and standard gps.conf are decidedly empty, weird.

odd, NachoRoot doesn't write to system so im guessing thats normal?
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odd, NachoRoot doesn't write to system so im guessing thats normal?

That's entirely my point. It just seems odd that they're so empty (maybe not so much gps.conf).
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mount system, delete su

Why would it brick if they just installed su (really dont know, would like to look into preventing it)

I'm not that into programming/rooting, therefor my emphasis on might. For the majority of users it might be just safer to wait those 9 days until ICS.
4th January 2012, 12:02 AM   |  #19  
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mount system, delete su

Why would it brick if they just installed su (really dont know, would like to look into preventing it)

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I'm not that into programming/rooting, therefor my emphasis on might. For the majority of users it might be just safer to wait those 9 days until ICS.

Since ASUS uses BLOBs for updates, it will most likely just over-write the system folder anyway. No more 'SU', but also no brick!
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Since ASUS uses BLOBs for updates, it will most likely just over-write the system folder anyway. No more 'SU', but also no brick!

Then I don't see the concern, re-run the root

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