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[Q] Can I install ClockworkMod on the P970g without proprietary software?

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By Roller_REP, Junior Member on 22nd November 2013, 02:37 AM
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23rd November 2013, 11:46 PM |#11  
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I'm confused. It seems if you install ClockworkMod on a stock phone that you'll get a security error. See thread number 2094640.

Anyways, let me rephrase: I'm looking for a way to install CyanogenMod on a P970g running Froyo that doesn't use proprietary software. (You said you were the developer of Blackjack; even if you could just point me to the front-end code that'd be great.)

Who is the creator of SmartFlash? That could be even more useful if we could obtain its source code.
 
 
24th November 2013, 02:26 AM |#12  
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I'm confused. It seems if you install ClockworkMod on a stock phone that you'll get a security error. See thread number 2094640.

Anyways, let me rephrase: I'm looking for a way to install CyanogenMod on a P970g running Froyo that doesn't use proprietary software. (You said you were the developer of Blackjack; even if you could just point me to the front-end code that'd be great.)

Who is the creator of SmartFlash? That could be even more useful if we could obtain its source code.

You get a security error if you install CWM recovery over LG's official Ice Cream Sandwish ROM, as it has a locked bootloader. This is not a problem for both Froyo and Gingerbread stock ROMS, as they have unlocked bootloader.

About SmartFlash, I don't know. I always thought it was a LG tool.


For ICS (not for Froyo/Gingerbread), this might help:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2160394
24th November 2013, 01:30 PM |#13  
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Originally Posted by Roller_REP

I'm confused. It seems if you install ClockworkMod on a stock phone that you'll get a security error. See thread number 2094640.

Anyways, let me rephrase: I'm looking for a way to install CyanogenMod on a P970g running Froyo that doesn't use proprietary software. (You said you were the developer of Blackjack; even if you could just point me to the front-end code that'd be great.)

Who is the creator of SmartFlash? That could be even more useful if we could obtain its source code.

As said before, you probably bricked your device after having missed something.

And you're still wrong. I'm not a developer, and never claimed it anywhere. I repeat, my packages are script-based so useless for linux. Smartflash originally needs 3 files to run, but I packed it into an autonomous exe (this version is only available in UPK). This tool is a leak from LG and wasn't destined to the public. It's of course, copyrighted, and there si actually NO other way for unbricking a hard bricked device.

What's required for running the exploit :
  • ADB
  • Superuser.apk
  • su (binary)
  • bysybox (binary)
  • sqlite3 (binary)
  • psneuter exploit (binary)

Superuser from Clockworkmod is open source (not used in blackjack).

Here are the Windows batch cmds for running the exploit properly :
Code:
Reseting server 
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adb kill-server
adb start-server


Waiting for device 
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adb wait-for-device


Pushing files
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adb push files\busybox /tmp/
adb push files\psneuter /tmp/
adb push files\sqlite3 /tmp/
adb push files\su /tmp/
adb push files\Superuser.apk /tmp/


Running exploit
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adb shell "chmod 0755 /tmp/psneuter"
adb shell "chmod 4755 /tmp/psneuter"
adb shell "/tmp/./psneuter"
# AT THIS POINT AN EXTERNAL INTERVENTION IS NEEDED FOR RESTARTING ADB (IT'S BASICALLY DESIGNED FOR HTC DEVICES)

Mounting system
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adb shell "mount -orw,remount -t ext3 /dev/block/mmcblk0p8 /system"


Applying root privileges
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adb shell "cat /tmp/busybox > /system/bin/busybox"
adb shell "cat /tmp/sqlite3 > /system/bin/sqlite3"
adb shell "cat /tmp/su > /system/bin/su"
adb shell "cat /tmp/Superuser.apk > /system/app/Superuser.apk"
adb shell "chmod 4755 /system/bin/su"
adb shell "chmod 4755 /system/bin/busybox"
adb shell "chmod 4755 /system/bin/sqlite3"


Rebooting
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adb reboot


Killing server 
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adb kill-server
Remember that this works only for Froyo.
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24th November 2013, 09:28 PM |#14  
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I asked you "Are you the developer of BlackJack?" And you said "yes but the exploit isn't from me."

But thank you very much! As soon as I can find those files, that solves my problem. However, I can't see them in your upgrade kit...
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25th November 2013, 06:07 AM |#15  
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yes but... I'm not a developer

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