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AT&T fusion android 2.3.4 root

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30th December 2011, 02:57 AM   |  #1  
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Hey can anyone help me root my android 2.3.4? I have a att fusion that I'm trying to root and I don't know if there is a way to. Just thought I'd come here and get a straight answer.

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1st January 2012, 06:08 AM   |  #2  
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me too
hope someone has a way. I've been trying for three days to root this phone and nothing works so far. Not sure if at@t has done anything or not to prevent rooting.
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AT&T fusion android 2.3.4 root
Step 1. http://androidforums.com/huawei-soni...650-sonic.html

Download and unzip the "Drivers Huawei (adb drivers)" to your desktop and install the drivers. Also download and unzip the "Custom CM Recovery" to your desktop as you will need it later.



Step 2. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1321582

Create a folder named DooMLoRD-v4 on your desktop and Download DooMLoRD_v4_ROOT-zergRush-busybox-su.zip and unzip it to that folder.

Put your phone into USB debugging mode and run the "runme" batch file in the DooMLoRD-v4 folder on your desktop. When done your phone should be rooted.



Step 3. Open the Custom CM Recovery folder and run the "Instalador" batch file

you now should have a rooted AT&T Fusion with ClockworkMod Recovery installed on it.



Step 4. http://androidforums.com/huawei-soni...650-sonic.html

Scroll down and you will find two custom roms that you can download and install on your phone with CM Recovery. Before you install open up the "system" folder and open the build.prop file in notepad once opened go to edit and in the drop down you should see a replace option. Replace "u8650" with "u8652" so that in your info your phone will have the right model number and save it.
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29th January 2012, 01:03 PM   |  #4  
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Thanks!

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Not a problem, How did it work, any hangups?
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Worked excellent man thanks again!

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New links please
Links not working anymore, any mirrors?
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Got all the files still cannot ROOT this damn thing, Tried Using Z4root wont work, Tried Using SuperOneClick, it Hangs on the #7 Process waiting for the Phone then I tried Using DoomLord V4 and it gets pretty far but shows that the Internal program memory is non-rewritable so im starting to guess "NO ROOT" is this possible?
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Try and download the newest version of superuser and make a root file on the sd card. After that superuser is downloaded, put the file into the root file and wait for it to transfer, then when thats finished power off the phone and put it into recovery mode and apply update from SD card and choose zip file. Choose the superuser update and let it go through the process. Once its finished reboot device and you have root. Now all you have to do is flash a custom recovery on it and load a rom.
Let me know how it works!

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I think i bricked my phone!
I did what the instruction said, but when i flashed a rom nd rebooted it, its stuck at the AT&T welcome screen... HELP!

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