Anyone wanting to root there Ascend P1 U9200 phone after the new firmware update, here are the files, and info you need, to do so...
First off, plug UR phone in switch it on and let Windows search for the driver, Then click "Let me choose..." or "browse for it..." or similar. Then select "Let me choose which driver to install", then click "list of drivers" or similar, Then click the one near the top that has adb or similar in the title, it don't matter if you choose the wrong one, it just means it wont connect and you'll have to redo this part again and pick a different driver.
Remember!! You MUST run these commands as Administrator.
1. Download the files below, extract them to a folder, preferably one without any spaces in the path, i.e.. C:\U9200Root\ should do perfect.
3. Right Click the "Click-To-Root-U9200.bat" file and under compatibility options click run as administrator or the like.
4. Run (Double Click) the Click-To-Root-U9200.bat (As Administrator!) (or right-click then, "run as administrator...")
4. Reboot your fone and click yes on your fone to install SuperUser.
that's it, your rooted
for those wanting to do the commands there self...
1. Download & extract the files to C:\U9200Root\
2. In the CLI type: "C:\U9200Root\adb reboot bootloader"
3. Then "boot TWRP.img"
4. Then Restart your fone and choose yes to install SuperUser
PS if you've not got much space left in your system partition you may have to delete something from /system/app/ to make space for the SuperUser files.
REMEMBER the space reported on your fone by android is the space on your data partition/memory & sd card and not the system partition!
You can check how much system data etc space you have left from terminal if u have it installed, or on the TWRP recovery which you will have just installed.To do this, Reboot the fone holding the Vol. Up Button, click on advanced then terminal then type "df -h" without quotes if system partition is less than say 10-20mb free then delete maybe, uneeded languages?, chrome.apk?, GSM_Maps.apk? or the like, then reinstall them to the /data/app part later. Since many of these apks get updated and the old ones left undeleted in /system/app/ anyways, I always move the system apks updates from /data/app to /system/app/, makes things a lot tidier and saves a lot of space both in /data/app and /system by not having two of every apk file youve ever updated just remember to copy the libs to /system/lib(s)
Anyways hope I helped someone with this...
cheers John -G-
PS Please Click on Thanks to Thank me as i have 0 in my Thanks Meter lol
PS I moved this to here as it was added to the end of an old un-related topic sooo.... John -G-
ask me any questions you have, do you like my multi color dos txt in my bat file (Coders will get it,its unusual and very hard to do with many colors )
sorry for been so long but i never knew no one would move it or stick it ???? and i was in jail for a while there so,,,
...Good Luck Rooting/Moding!!!