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N1 CM Version - Root/O-Click issues

13th February 2014, 04:48 PM |#1  
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Hey there. Recently ordered myself an N1. Love it. got the CM Edition as I was going to use CM anyway, but a couple of issues have arisen.

Firstly, O-Click doesn't seem to work with CM, is that known and is there a fix?

And secondly, I have purchased a few root apps on the play store, but I can't seem to root the N1 with the APK Exploit that was posted here. Is there any known way to root the device?

Also, is it safe to flash CM11 on the CM recovery?

Cheers for any help!
 
 
13th February 2014, 09:58 PM |#2  
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Firstly, O-Click doesn't seem to work with CM, is that known and is there a fix?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2595906

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And secondly, I have purchased a few root apps on the play store, but I can't seem to root the N1 with the APK Exploit that was posted here. Is there any known way to root the device?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2594966
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2539930

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Also, is it safe to flash CM11 on the CM recovery?

Are you talking about PhilZ?

I haven't tried it, and I doubt that I will. I know that TWRP runs very well on just about everything that I've thrown at it with the N1 so far. If you try that recovery out, please post your findings in that thread so others know what to expect.

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Welcome to the forum! If you read through those links, you'll find your answers to the first two questions.
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13th February 2014, 10:56 PM |#3  
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2595906


http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2594966
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2539930


Are you talking about PhilZ?

I haven't tried it, and I doubt that I will. I know that TWRP runs very well on just about everything that I've thrown at it with the N1 so far. If you try that recovery out, please post your findings in that thread so others know what to expect.

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Welcome to the forum! If you read through those links, you'll find your answers to the first two questions.

Cheers for the welcome!

No, i don't mean PhilZ. I ordered the CM limited Edition version of the N1, which came with a CyanogenMod recovery rather than Oppo's recovery. (Use volume buttons to navigate) It's not a touch recovery. Which is the main reason I wish to install TWRP, but I understand you need to root for that?

As for the o-click, is there any fix? Yes CM may have fixed it but not on the OTA update :/

Edit: I accidentally selected 'Reboot into Bootloader' rather than the recovery, and now my device is stuck on the "###fastboot..." screen. (Replace ### with 3 Chinese letters that I don't know ) I have no idea what to do. No buttons seem to do anything. :/

Edit2: Fixed by holding VolUp + Power
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You can fastboot flash twrp, then flash supersu.zip for root. If it still doesn't work you need to go into cm settings and turn off the cm root preference so it accepts the supersu app

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You can fastboot flash twrp, then flash supersu.zip for root. If it still doesn't work you need to go into cm settings and turn off the cm root preference so it accepts the supersu app

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I tried flashing supersu with the CM recovery but it failed to flash. It's it due to the recovery or something else? Also, is there a tutorial of how to flash with fast boot somewhere? Cheers for the help guys! Really appreciate it!

Edit: nevermind, used some common sense and the search feature :P Installed TWRP no problem
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