Howdy everyone! It's thecubed / IOMonster again!
This time, I'm back with a MONSTER release
For all those asking "What's a Monster RootPack"? It's simple!
It's a SD card image containing a bootable Clockwork Recovery 220.127.116.11 and a set of .zip files that allow you to root your device and install Google Apps (market, gmail, youtube, etc).
All you have to do is read the instructions-- it explains the rest.
Please be sure to read ALL the instructions first before using this utility!
I'm not one for huge forum posts, so keeping all the instructions on one URL helps me stay organizedAll the instructions can be found here: http://legacyschool.us.to/nookdev/clockwork/rootpack-instructions.html
Be sure to read through them!
Updated Zip Files:
Use these if you already have a bootable SD, or even CWM installed on your device:
Want to build your own CWM SD cards?
Download this: http://legacyschool.us.to/nookdev/clockwork/0.7/buildenv-0.7.tar.gz
It's a complete build environment for making bootable SD cards. Included are the source files for 128mb, 1gb, 2gb, 4gb, and 8gb SD cards.
- Version 0.7
New build environment!
New CWR sizes, rootpack reduced to 128mb image. (We now have 128mb, 1gb, 2gb, 4gb, and 8gb images!)
1.1 Rooting and Google Apps support! (thanks D3cad3nc3!)
FIXED: backup/restore from CWM now works correctly!
- Version 0.5
Well, packages.xml is in /data/system, not /system .. oops.
Release of 128mb bootable Clockwork SD card also
Adds block-1.1.zip and unblock-1.1.zip to block the updates the easy way!
- Version 0.4r2
Bugfixes. Lots of 'em.
- Version 0.4
Fix root.zip and googleapps.zip permissions problems (/data/app and /system/app DO have different owners and permissions)
Bootable CWM base: No change; version bumped to 0.4 just because.
- Version 0.3
Update to most recent Clockwork Recovery 18.104.22.168 build (should have working backup/restore, and defaults to ext2/ext3 support instead of ext4)
Fixes root.zip and googleapps.zip bugs (can't believe I forgot a semicolon!)
Updates installclockwork.zip to latest Clockwork Recovery build supporting ext2/3
- Version 0.2
Initial public beta release
This brings me to my final point: this rootpack has been tested on my device, but I'm sure there are still bugs! If you want a time-tested method for rooting your device, stick with AutoNooter for the time being.
BUT! I really need testers! If you'd like to test this, please let me know.