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Originally Posted by sayem_unlimited View Post
Same here.

I've rooted I9100.
installed ES File Explorer and ticked both option in root section.

But dont see the system folder.

Please help.
You can access / path by two ways:
1. Click on the Favorites (star) icon, in that you should see / path (once you have enabled Root access in its settings). Also enable viewing hidden files.
2. You can set the Home path as '/' in Settings. That way clicking on the "Up" icon will take you all the way to / path.

So far ES Explorer is working great for me. No complaints. I will wait till I really need top buy Root Explorer.

Note: I am just a beginner with root access. So to be safe by default I do not enable mounting of / path with write permissions.
 
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I just got File Expert and it seemed to work really well. you can mount read only to read and write and back to read only.
 
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I have full #root and as I couldn't replace the file in /system/lib/modules with Astro I tried shell and tired to remove the file but:

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rm: can't remove 'bcm4329.ko': Read-only file system
Not sure what must be done to fix that issue.

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Not sure what must be done to fix that issue.
Fixed the issue:

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adb shell
$ su
# busybox mount -o remount,rw /system (or another desired directory)
# chmod 777 (or another desired permission set) /system (or another desired directory)
Unfortunatelly can't find the original post in this forum where I found this solution.
 
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I would recommend the app Root Explorer..
 
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Holy dude, you bumped a very old thread but I saw see you're trying to increase your post count.
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