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xxliftsupxx

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Dec 27, 2009
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Leipzig
http://matthill.eu/android/root-transformer-prime-jellybean-update/

IT WORKS REALLY!!!! Simple & Easy with the Xperia Tablet S and Jelly Bean 4.1.1

I have tested with my Tablet SGPT122DE/S and i have really Root!

This, I note that this tool is not from me! The tool was written by @djrbliss.

If you want to thank someone then do that after your feeling - at least I thank everyone here on Meaningful information and applications ...
Thanks @xda-Community!

Greets from Germany Leipzig/Schkeuditz

(Download the Motochopper and run the run.bat)
 
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xxliftsupxx

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Dec 27, 2009
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ADB Driver

Ah there it occurs to me I'm so another ADB Driver tested ... it comes with the need to see if I still have the locally then I'll post times with the times here ...
Do not forget to turn on USB debugging;)

I Have a Adb Driver Interface Version 2.0.10.2 from 11.08.2009 (not digitaled signed)....
 
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jimibxl

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Dec 3, 2010
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http://matthill.eu/android/root-transformer-prime-jellybean-update/

IT WORKS REALLY!!!! Simple & Easy with the Xperia Tablet S and Jelly Bean 4.1.1

I have tested with my Tablet SGPT122DE/S and i have really Root!

Please Push the Thanks Button when it works for your Tablet;)

Greets from Germany Leipzig/Schkeuditz

(Download the Motochopper and run the run.bat)

GREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATTTTTTTTTTTT man and many thanks it worked for me :laugh:
 
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SWFlyerUK

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Nov 9, 2010
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Having root has totally transformed the way I use this device.

I can now remove adverts, I have the Xperia Tablet Z keyboard and Home Launcher, tried MB2 but it doens't work, grr!
 

dex9mm

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Jan 8, 2012
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Having root has totally transformed the way I use this device.

I can now remove adverts, I have the Xperia Tablet Z keyboard and Home Launcher, tried MB2 but it doens't work, grr!

This is great took all of three mins to root ha ha where did you get the keyboard and home launcher can you post a link
also did you delete the old home launcher

Sent from my SGPT12 using xda app-developers app
 

sengoku

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Nov 22, 2008
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can this be done on a 4.1.1. never rooted xperia tablet or does it have to be a pre-rooted before updating to 4.1.1.??
has anybody tried this and or can confirm this is possible.
 

vatis24

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May 31, 2010
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Nicosia
Greetings guys ,

I installed the drivers also on a new pc but i am getting stuck at :

* daemon not running . starting it now on port 5037 *
* daemon started successfully *

Nothing happens after , as i wrote i tested on 2 pcs

Any help pls ?

Vatis
 

jappaj

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May 1, 2011
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Great scott, it worked! So elegant root and wayyyyy sooner than I expected!

To the fokls having problems; I found out, that adb.exe in motochopper.zip did not want to play together with my Xperia. So I deleted it, killed adb.exe and copied latest adb.exe from android sdk to motochopper directory. Blam, no problems and I have root.

You may also manualy debug (and even root) by starting cmd.exe and calling commands manually, ie.

C:\>adb devices
* daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
* daemon started successfully *
List of devices attached
XXXXX device

If this don't show you device, you have no changes to root. If your device shows up, there should be no problems. If you devices is not showing, kill all adb.exe processes and use adb.exe from latest android sdk. Then you can even root manually and see waht step does what:

adb push pwn /data/local/tmp/pwn
adb shell chmod 755 /data/local/tmp/pwn
adb push su /data/local/tmp/su
adb push busybox /data/local/tmp/busybox
adb install Superuser.apk
adb shell /data/local/tmp/pwn
adb shell rm /data/local/tmp/pwn
adb shell rm /data/local/tmp/su
adb shell rm /data/local/tmp/busybox

And then manually reboot. Run each command manually one per one, do not copy paste every command as batch. This will teach you a lot :) But .bat should work.

Kudos to authors of motochopper!
 

jimibxl

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Dec 3, 2010
252
116
Brussels
Greetings guys ,

I installed the drivers also on a new pc but i am getting stuck at :

* daemon not running . starting it now on port 5037 *
* daemon started successfully *

Nothing happens after , as i wrote i tested on 2 pcs

Any help pls ?

Vatis

If you under windows 8

1st :
From the Metro Start Screen, open Settings,
Click "Change PC Settings".
Click "General".
Scroll down, and click "Restart now" under "Advanced startup".
Click "Troubleshoot".
Click "Advanced Options".
Click "Startup Settings".
Click [Restart].
Choose "Disable driver signature enforcement" (Usually #7)

2nd
Install device drivers either through the automated (not manualy use the : Install ADB Drivers.exe)
http://www.mediafire.com/?msn16sd5wrb1sdh

3rd

Run as administrator run.bat from motochopper

Normally this should work
 
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vatis24

Senior Member
May 31, 2010
479
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Nicosia
Thank you very much for your replies mates.
Worked perfectly.
What i did :

Disabled the Disable driver signature enforcement as jimbxl said ,
installed the Sony tablet ADB driver.
Copy from inside the folder of Sony tablet ADB the adb.exe and the .dll (2 files ) and paste it to motochopper folder.

Cheers all

If you under windows 8

1st :
From the Metro Start Screen, open Settings,
Click "Change PC Settings".
Click "General".
Scroll down, and click "Restart now" under "Advanced startup".
Click "Troubleshoot".
Click "Advanced Options".
Click "Startup Settings".
Click [Restart].
Choose "Disable driver signature enforcement" (Usually #7)

2nd
Install device drivers either through the automated (not manualy use the : Install ADB Drivers.exe)
http://www.mediafire.com/?msn16sd5wrb1sdh

3rd

Run as administrator run.bat from motochopper

Normally this should work


---------- Post added at 11:18 AM ---------- Previous post was at 11:17 AM ----------

Having root has totally transformed the way I use this device.

I can now remove adverts, I have the Xperia Tablet Z keyboard and Home Launcher, tried MB2 but it doens't work, grr!

How we can install the new home Launcher swift ?

Cheers
 

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    http://matthill.eu/android/root-transformer-prime-jellybean-update/

    IT WORKS REALLY!!!! Simple & Easy with the Xperia Tablet S and Jelly Bean 4.1.1

    I have tested with my Tablet SGPT122DE/S and i have really Root!

    This, I note that this tool is not from me! The tool was written by @djrbliss.

    If you want to thank someone then do that after your feeling - at least I thank everyone here on Meaningful information and applications ...
    Thanks @xda-Community!

    Greets from Germany Leipzig/Schkeuditz

    (Download the Motochopper and run the run.bat)
    18
    I'm a little disappointed that despite the fact that I'm the original author of Motochopper, my name appears nowhere in the original post, the subsequent XDA article, or the contents of this entire thread. It's sad that no one seems to recognize the difference between actually producing original work versus finding out someone else's exploit (unsurprisingly) works on your device.
    6
    The OP will not make such information available in the future. I'm tired of having to listen to me afterwards what I had to do and not to. I just wanted to point out this possibility of the root it goes with the motor chopper program. Neither I wrote that I did not create the programming itself! I just found out that you can the Xperia S Tablet rooten safely with this tweak and where this information is known here.

    Anyone could decide for themselves whom and whether it Thanks!

    Agree. Everybody who is interested in rooting Xperia Tab should be thankful to djrbliss for explot,
    and to YOU for finding out that it works with tab, because after all you have also taken risk of bricking your device.
    Just remember guys that Motochopper was not intended from the beginning for Sony device.
    Nobody knew that it works with Sony Xperia Tab. xxliftsupxx took risk, and thx to him now everybody can benefit with root.

    No more blabla, no more offtopic,
    thx xxliftsupxx for your find! :D
    5
    I am pleased to hear that some will thus helped to cope better with the tablet;) and seize power of the tablet itself;)

    The idea was to look for a way to 4.1.1. and the same kernel is used - obvious was the Asus Transformer which has the same basis - that means the same leak or possibility as the Sony - Thanks to Google, I came across Moto Chopper looked at the scripts and this then immediately tried & was amazed himself the it was so easy - just 1min later I posted it here so that all of them have;) why they call it community, too;)

    Of course, the circumstances are different for everyone as it can cause conflicts with the drivers or ADB - but nice to read that you are still here to help settings - so that each tablet can be safely rooten.

    Now you can integrate this option in the "allinone tool";)

    Greetings from Germany
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    Great scott, it worked! So elegant root and wayyyyy sooner than I expected!

    To the fokls having problems; I found out, that adb.exe in motochopper.zip did not want to play together with my Xperia. So I deleted it, killed adb.exe and copied latest adb.exe from android sdk to motochopper directory. Blam, no problems and I have root.

    You may also manualy debug (and even root) by starting cmd.exe and calling commands manually, ie.

    C:\>adb devices
    * daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
    * daemon started successfully *
    List of devices attached
    XXXXX device

    If this don't show you device, you have no changes to root. If your device shows up, there should be no problems. If you devices is not showing, kill all adb.exe processes and use adb.exe from latest android sdk. Then you can even root manually and see waht step does what:

    adb push pwn /data/local/tmp/pwn
    adb shell chmod 755 /data/local/tmp/pwn
    adb push su /data/local/tmp/su
    adb push busybox /data/local/tmp/busybox
    adb install Superuser.apk
    adb shell /data/local/tmp/pwn
    adb shell rm /data/local/tmp/pwn
    adb shell rm /data/local/tmp/su
    adb shell rm /data/local/tmp/busybox

    And then manually reboot. Run each command manually one per one, do not copy paste every command as batch. This will teach you a lot :) But .bat should work.

    Kudos to authors of motochopper!