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Oppo Find 5 Root with CASUAL

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Introduction
Here's a one-click root method for the Oppo Find 5. You can find source here: https://code.google.com/p/android-ca...Fsrc%2FSCRIPTS

The way this works is it will reboot your device into fastboot, boot a kernel, inject root and SuperSU(available on Android Market), set permissions, test itself and let you know if it passed or failed.

CASUAL also provides an unroot option to remove root permissions. This can also be done from within SuperSu.


Instructions
  • Open CASUAL with JAVA. Do you have Java?
  • Select which script you want (root or recovery_
  • Click the do-it button


All scripts in CASUAL are automated. Simply click the button and it will "do it". If you are a windows user, please ensure you are using proper drivers.







Download
For nightly builds, click here: http://goo.im/devs/AdamOutler/OppoFind5

Credits
Thanks to Justin Case for whippin' up a unsecure kernel before I could do it.
TWRP comes from kamma's thread here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2147999


About CASUAL
CASUAL stands for Cross-platform ADB Scripting, Univeral Android Loader. CASUAL jar files are a wrapper for the CASUAL scripting language. CASUAL allows rapid and accurate deployment of hacks and exploits. CASUAL allows for automatic updating of its scripts via pushes to the SVN server at android-casual.googlecode.com. While I expect no problems at all, if at any time a serious problem is detected with the script, i can flip a kill switch to shut CASUAL downand you will be brought to a support page.... most likely here. This is intended to add a level of security so that you know this will be safe.
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2nd February 2013, 02:18 PM |#2  
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Thank you very much. I will check it in few days
Edit: And, for sure, if it works, you will have a beer
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Thanks a lot Adam. Will try this today.
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Thank you for the script. I will try it in soon days, when I will receive my Oppo Find 5 32GB. The device is still in Guangzhou Good that I am in China
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Nice,now to get it....
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Could you please confirm it will work in any Oppo Find 5? Or only in Oppo Find 5 with international firmware?
3rd February 2013, 05:39 PM |#7  
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Could you please confirm it will work in any Oppo Find 5? Or only in Oppo Find 5 with international firmware?

It should work with all, unless there is some sort of locked down version.
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I've read you have Chinese version. Is that right? If so, what about Gapps? Does them run with no problem?
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thanks for your hard work (:

but i have a problem:
I startet ubuntu from a CD and installed the libusb.
But there is no way the "Hack Pack" could recognize the x909.

USB-Debugging is on.

I also tried it in windows. I installed the adb driver for my x909 but the "Hack Pack" cannot recognize it either.

Do know where there could be a failure?

Thanks
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