On CF-Root just boot into recovery, ADB shell to it, and type "rootsh" (instead of "su") to have root shell access... if anything goes wrong, just "mount /system" and "/system/lib/cf3d_uninstall.sh" to remove the CF3D driver and restore the old one. Not very likely it will happen, but a good fallback option in case of issues (no need to reflash firmware or restore backup)...get Root (read/write) Access in Recovery? I'm running SGS II rooted using Chainfire 's insecure kernel on XWKE7.
I can only access Superuser via Shell...
If this has been discussed before, please direct me to where
Now this is a PROPER noob. Ever wondered why noobs get burnt down like witches....This is something I'd like to try out,
too bad I'm a complete nobody when it comes to this stuff.
A step-by-step guide on how to get this running, and I say it's worth 10 bucks in donation!
Or wait a minute. This is no ROM? And it doesn't need any specific ROM? Just root and install? Then I'm rooting, I'm doing it!
Thanks for answering.The answer is in the first post.
I've seen the same problem in other apps and games as well. These two just popped into my mind when I wrote the message.Did the possibility that current testers don't play either Angry Birds/Chuzzle occur to you?...I personally don't...You have no signature containing info abt ur phone or current ROM etc...Also, being polite always helps.