Make sure to thank (or at least give a thought to) the people I listed in the OP. They came up with the exploit that was used!Oh yeah baby. Very good news, very good news indeed. Will be trying this out a bit later. Again, Ty for bringing this to us.
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http://briefmobile.com/download-att-htc-one-x-stock-ruuI used the bat file to root...once done....i cant get to the lockring to unlock my phone to use...i try rebooting and still persists....any suggestions to getting my phone going again? thank you
If you don't want to restore, simply do the following:I used the bat file to root...once done....i cant get to the lockring to unlock my phone to use...i try rebooting and still persists....any suggestions to getting my phone going again? thank you
adb shell su mount -o remount,rw -t ext4 /dev/block/mmcblk0p33 /system rm /data/local.prop rm /data/local/tmp mv /data/local/tmp.bak /data/local/tmp
That would be awesommeee.The mac script is saved in Win format and needs a couple other tweaks... However running each command individually worked a treat for me on my MBP / AT&T HOX. Unless someone beats me to it I'll tweak the script and PM it to you kennethpenn for your approval.
"You have our gratitude"
There's no need to use this method if you've already used the superboot one. The superboot.img only works with an unlocked bootloader, which means only Rogers users can utilize it. The method in this thread works on all One XL devices. It doesn't involve swapping the kernel (like the superboot method), so we don't need an unlocked bootloader to use it.Okay, perhaps an ignorant question, but what would happen if you use this method, yet you already used the Superboot r2 method by Paul Obrien?
Are there any differences?
No it does not.Another quick question (and maybe something that should be mentioned in the OP for other folks), does this reset the device? Any backup of settings/apps needs to be done prior?