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well guys i update my phone from the 2.2.2 to 2.3.4 android version and i need to know hoe to rooted couse i ve ben using the gingerbreak but i think it doesnt works so any ideas how to root this device whit android 2.3.4
 
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You can try SuperOneClick, or else use the search function for the manual way using adb.

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i already use superoneclick but it didnt works so any other app that could help in this case well went the device was on android 2.2.3 get rooted whit gingerbreak but it doeesnt work now on 2.3.4
 
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already rooted whiit superoneclick v2.3.3 from here just late it run the divice will reboot and thas all

http://apk-apps.blogspot.com/2012/01...3-apk-app.html
 
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Unhappy Fact

All 2.3.4 devices need a custom root method.

glad that superoneclick worked!!!
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Here's my story. I had stock 2.2.2 and rooted it via Gingerbreak 1.2. Then when I discovered that 2.3.4 was available for the phoenix, I unrooted (again via Gingerbreak 1.2), uninstalled the existing version of Superuser.apk, gained temporary root via ADB, and then completed the process using the instructions below...

http://www.pocketables.net/2011/06/h...id-device.html

This is obviously not the cleanest method, but I could not get SuperOneClick to cooperate.

Anyway, it's rooted and working great thus far: Titanium Backup just finished backing up all my apps and data without complaining.

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well guys i update my phone from the 2.2.2 to 2.3.4 android version and i need to know hoe to rooted couse i ve ben using the gingerbreak but i think it doesnt works so any ideas how to root this device whit android 2.3.4
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I have the same question!!!

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already rooted whiit superoneclick v2.3.3 from here just late it run the divice will reboot and thas all

http://apk-apps.blogspot.com/2012/01...3-apk-app.html
Hola Luis!!!

Por favor podrķas poner o compartir las instrucciones para ROOTear el equipo LG Phoenix P505 con Sistema Operativo Android 2.3.4

Muchas gracias!!!
 
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Task accomplished... Hell yeah!!!

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