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By jcase, Forum Moderator / Senior Recognized Developer - Taco Vendor on 5th December 2016, 04:12 AM
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I modeified @Chainfire 's HTC 10 SuperSU v2.78 SR5 root package to work with the HTC Evo 10/ Bolt, as SunShine support depends on a solid reliable root. Please DO NOT donate to my in appreciation of this, it is not my work I just spent 30seconds porting it. If you appreciate this, please buy some of chainfire's apps or donate to him.

If you are already rooted, please restore stock boot.img bofore using this.

Download - root-htcboltevo10-nougat.zip

SunShine now supports the HTC Evo 10/Bolt for S-OFF. Install the app, run it, once it reboots wait 2 minutes and run it again to complete the process. - http://theroot.ninja




---- Instructions ----


If you follow the instructions, SuperSU v2.78 SR5 will be installed to your HTC Bolt / Evo 10 running Nougat.

This is only a temporary solution until a proper CF-Auto-Root exists or TWRP is supported on the Nougat build. Do not expect this to be updated.

Make sure your bootloader is unlocked. S-OFF is not necessary.

- "adb reboot download"
- "fastboot flash recovery recovery_root.img"
- "fastboot reboot-bootloader"
- Go into recovery through on-screen menu
- Device should reboot 3 or 4 times, with about a minute in between
- Android boots up: root!

(optional but recommended, return to stock-ish recovery)
- "adb reboot download"
- "fastboot flash recovery recovery_stock.img"
- "fastboot reboot"

Enjoy!
- Chainfire
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5th December 2016, 04:23 AM |#2  
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Originally Posted by jcase

I modeified @Chainfire 's HTC 10 SuperSU v2.78 SR5 root package to work with the HTC Evo 10/ Bolt, as SunShine support depends on a solid reliable root. Please DO NOT donate to my in appreciation of this, it is not my work I just spent 30seconds porting it. If you appreciate this, please buy some of chainfire's apps or donate to him.

If you are already rooted, please restore stock boot.img bofore using this.

Download - root-htcboltevo10-nougat.zip

SunShine now supports the HTC Evo 10/Bolt for S-OFF. Install the app, run it, once it reboots wait 2 minutes and run it again to complete the process. - http://theroot.ninja




---- Instructions ----


If you follow the instructions, SuperSU v2.78 SR5 will be installed to your HTC Bolt / Evo 10 running Nougat.

This is only a temporary solution until a proper CF-Auto-Root exists or TWRP is supported on the Nougat build. Do not expect this to be updated.

Make sure your bootloader is unlocked. S-OFF is not necessary.

- "adb reboot download"
- "fastboot flash recovery recovery_root.img"
- "fastboot reboot-bootloader"
- Go into recovery through on-screen menu
- Device should reboot 3 or 4 times, with about a minute in between
- Android boots up: root!

(optional but recommended, return to stock-ish recovery)
- "adb reboot download"
- "fastboot flash recovery recovery_stock.img"
- "fastboot reboot"

Enjoy!
- Chainfire

Thanks for all your work @jcase!
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5th December 2016, 04:29 AM |#3  
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Originally Posted by jcase

I modeified @Chainfire 's HTC 10 SuperSU v2.78 SR5 root package to work with the HTC Evo 10/ Bolt, as SunShine support depends on a solid reliable root. Please DO NOT donate to my in appreciation of this, it is not my work I just spent 30seconds porting it. If you appreciate this, please buy some of chainfire's apps or donate to him.

If you are already rooted, please restore stock boot.img bofore using this.

Download - root-htcboltevo10-nougat.zip

SunShine now supports the HTC Evo 10/Bolt for S-OFF. Install the app, run it, once it reboots wait 2 minutes and run it again to complete the process. - http://theroot.ninja




---- Instructions ----


If you follow the instructions, SuperSU v2.78 SR5 will be installed to your HTC Bolt / Evo 10 running Nougat.

This is only a temporary solution until a proper CF-Auto-Root exists or TWRP is supported on the Nougat build. Do not expect this to be updated.

Make sure your bootloader is unlocked. S-OFF is not necessary.

- "adb reboot download"
- "fastboot flash recovery recovery_root.img"
- "fastboot reboot-bootloader"
- Go into recovery through on-screen menu
- Device should reboot 3 or 4 times, with about a minute in between
- Android boots up: root!

(optional but recommended, return to stock-ish recovery)
- "adb reboot download"
- "fastboot flash recovery recovery_stock.img"
- "fastboot reboot"

Enjoy!
- Chainfire

Is there a download link for the zip? All I see is the link to sunshine website, and the link in the downloads section of sunshine website just brings me back here to the thread...
5th December 2016, 04:30 AM |#4  
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Is there a download link for the zip? All I see is the link to sunshine website, and the link in the downloads section of sunshine website just brings me back here to the thread...

copy paste fail on my behalf - http://theroot.ninja/root-htcboltevo10-nougat.zip
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5th December 2016, 05:06 PM |#5  
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question about last part, the stock-ish recovery... is there a reason that i cant swap for a beta version of twrp or the original recovery?

im assuming the original recovery without patches would cause the device to not boot due to security checks?
6th December 2016, 11:23 AM |#6  
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question about last part, the stock-ish recovery... is there a reason that i cant swap for a beta version of twrp or the original recovery?

im assuming the original recovery without patches would cause the device to not boot due to security checks?

Sunshine is not compatible with phh root, that's why he ported chainfires root to stock recovery. I actually prefer this root over phh. After getting s-off, you can flash the phh method or twrp

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6th December 2016, 03:26 PM |#7  
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I flashed the stock recovery.img back to device. It made me rename it something other then just recovery.img.

Flashed over and booted into recovery and tried a factory reset. All my build stuff stayed and the root re-installed
13th December 2016, 09:03 PM |#8  
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Flashable root zip and the modded boot.img i used.

Link: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=457095661767122602

Flashable SU ZIP: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=673368273298916495

Device will bootloop once, and when done will install su. Please be patient
Thanks to @Chainfire for root!
13th December 2016, 11:10 PM |#9  
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Sunshine just keeps stopping. Any ideas at what I'm doing wrong? Already paid for the app
14th December 2016, 01:32 AM |#10  
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Sunshine just keeps stopping. Any ideas at what I'm doing wrong? Already paid for the app

Did you flash the rooted recovery from the OP, and not using magisk/phh superuser?

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17th December 2016, 05:35 PM |#11  
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So i have been on Samsung since my evo 4g. Just to be clear I can have root access without S off and I can go back to stock by flashing an ruu?

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