[ROOT TOOL] Root 10.3.1.A.2.67 / 10.3.1.A.2.74 and many others

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AndroPlus

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キューブキューブ @ cubeundcube created root tool for Xperia Z C6603 10.3.1.A.2.67 and many other devices.

His root tools uses two exploit - one is master key exploit (bug 9950697), another one is CVE-2013-6282.
No internet connection is required.

Xperia Z C6603/C6602 10.3.1.A.2.67 / 10.3.1.A.2.74 / 10.3.1.A.0.244
(Other confirmed devices: Thread in Cross-Device Development)

Z 10.4.B.0.569 couldn't be rooted with both exploit, so these root tools cannot be used with newer devices/firmwares than Z1 .257.

--- bug 9950697 ---
You can download root tool from Japanese website,
http://cubeundcube.blogspot.jp/2013/11/xperiarootz-so-02e-so-04e.html
find "rootkitZ_20131112.zip" and download.

--- CVE-2013-6282 ---
You can download from this tweet.
https://mobile.twitter.com/cubeundcube/status/409191968795680770

*** Setup adb and enable USB debugging and Unknown Sources ***

Extract zip and run install.bat and follow the instructions.
If your device reboot and cmd says "完了しました" or "--- all finished ---", rooting is done.

If this roo tool helps you, please consider donating to him via Paypal.
 
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Cookie Ninja

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Is this another fly-by-night app like Kingoroot? Does it need internet connection to do the root exploit (and probably connect to the Mother Ship, somewhere in China)? If does, then it'll get banned by the forum admins. This Kingo Root app has been trying every sneaky underhand method to enter into this forum.......

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AndroPlus

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Is this another fly-by-night app like Kingoroot? Does it need internet connection to do the root exploit (and probably connect to the Mother Ship, somewhere in China)? If does, then it'll get banned by the forum admins. This Kingo Root app has been trying every sneaky underhand method to enter into this forum.......

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Didn't you download it?
It's not exe and uses one master key exploit.
No internet connection is required.
 

Cookie Ninja

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I did. Didn't use it AS yet. Maybe I'll try it on the wife's Xperia ZL and check....(sandboxed, just in case)..... Amy source codes /gits available? What exploit does it use?

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AndroPlus

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I did. Didn't use it AS yet. Maybe I'll try it on the wife's Xperia ZL and check....(sandboxed, just in case)..... Amy source codes /gits available? What exploit does it use?

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It uses master key exploit (bug 9950697).
There is no source, but you can open ***.sh with text editor and decompile ***.apk and see smali.
 
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Cookie Ninja

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Works!
Does it without internet connection. Avira does not find the zip package or the unzipped root folder/files within as malicious or suspicious.
Great find OP, and thanks for this thread.

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okgo

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Hi

I've tried rooting my phone with both doomlord's method and this method but I can't get root! I'm on .67 right now does anyone have any idea how to fix this? mine is a C6603.

thanks
 

coolrevi

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キューブキューブ @ cubeundcube created rootkit for Xperia Z C6603 10.3.1.A.2.67 and many other devices.

This rootkit uses one master key exploit (bug 9950697).
No internet connection is required.

Here is the confirmed list:
(If you find other devices/firmware can be rooted with this rootkit, please let me know.)
・Xperia Z C6603 10.3.1.A.2.67
・Xperia ZL C6502
・Xperia Tablet Z SGP311JP/SGP312 10.3.1.C.0.136
・Xperia V LT25i 9.1.A.1.140
・Xperia AX SO-01E 9.1.C.1.103
・Xperia Z SO-02E 10.3.1.B.0.256
・Xperia Tablet Z SO-03E 10.1.E.0.305
・Xpeira A/MIKU SO-04E 10.3.1.B.0.256
・Xpeira UL SOL22 10.2.F.3.81
・Xperia GX SO-04D 9.1.C.1.103
(For Z1, you can use this rootkit.)

You can download rootkit from Japanese website,
http://cubeundcube.blogspot.jp/2013/11/xperiarootz-so-02e-so-04e.html
find "rootkitZ_20131112.zip" and download.

* Enable USB debugging and Unknown Sources first*

Extract zip and run install.bat.
If your device reboot and cmd says "完了しました", rooting is done.

If this rookit helps you, please consider donating to him via Paypal.

I have downloded this files, It seems legit. this method is somewhat similar to Doomlords method, however this uses 3rd masterkey Bug to root, while doomlord used 2nd masterkey bug, if i am not wrong. Accordingly this should work in most of the devices as none of the manufacturers have fixed this Masterkey bug.
 

Cookie Ninja

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OK so this works. But sure as hell made me worry as to WTF was it doing, based on the DOS command prompt box output... Seems to be written for output in Japanese Script.
Didi it first in sandboxed mode and second time rooted with WiFi and Internet OffF. Avira found no malicious scripts, and the firewall detected no ports being used by the programme.
Attached Screnshot, which was confusing, to say the least...
 
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Cookie Ninja

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I reflashed stock rom using SUS and updated apps using TB (after rooting, as in above post with screenshot). However, after rebooting, I got a very curious error message (seems to be a multiple google activation ID restore by TB). Anyone experienced this before, and what's the solution?

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coolrevi

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Strange

I reflashed stock rom using SUS and updated apps using TB (after rooting, as in above post with screenshot). However, after rebooting, I got a very curious error message (seems to be a multiple google activation ID restore by TB). Anyone experienced this before, and what's the solution?

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Never seen such an error. So u rooted successfully. without any problems, however you got an error after returning to stock?? now thats interesting? You can fix it if you have TWRP recovery Installed by fixing permission as per various threads only TWRP method works and not CWM. and would you check bootloader status in service menu?
 
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Bootloader status is Unlockable. Hovever running on Locked Bootloader (Not Unlocked from Sony, DRM & BE still available).
 

kutenkind

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How do you remove root? In SU app there is option to remove it, is this safe? Will factory reset remove it? Thanks in advanced.
 

AndroPlus

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Hmmm. I installed the Sony developer drivers found here:

http://developer.sonymobile.com/downloads/drivers/

I downloaded the rootkit and replaced install.bat with the English version.

I enable Developer mode by tapping build number 7-times...

but still I am stuck at "Waiting for device ..."

Ideas?

Please try original install.bat to determine cause of this problem is install.bat or not.
Also run "adb kill-server" in command line or stop adb.exe in task manager and tyr again.
 

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    キューブキューブ @ cubeundcube created root tool for Xperia Z C6603 10.3.1.A.2.67 and many other devices.

    His root tools uses two exploit - one is master key exploit (bug 9950697), another one is CVE-2013-6282.
    No internet connection is required.

    Xperia Z C6603/C6602 10.3.1.A.2.67 / 10.3.1.A.2.74 / 10.3.1.A.0.244
    (Other confirmed devices: Thread in Cross-Device Development)

    Z 10.4.B.0.569 couldn't be rooted with both exploit, so these root tools cannot be used with newer devices/firmwares than Z1 .257.

    --- bug 9950697 ---
    You can download root tool from Japanese website,
    http://cubeundcube.blogspot.jp/2013/11/xperiarootz-so-02e-so-04e.html
    find "rootkitZ_20131112.zip" and download.

    --- CVE-2013-6282 ---
    You can download from this tweet.
    https://mobile.twitter.com/cubeundcube/status/409191968795680770

    *** Setup adb and enable USB debugging and Unknown Sources ***

    Extract zip and run install.bat and follow the instructions.
    If your device reboot and cmd says "完了しました" or "--- all finished ---", rooting is done.

    If this roo tool helps you, please consider donating to him via Paypal.
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    I did. Didn't use it AS yet. Maybe I'll try it on the wife's Xperia ZL and check....(sandboxed, just in case)..... Amy source codes /gits available? What exploit does it use?

    Dead Cookies leave no trails...

    It uses master key exploit (bug 9950697).
    There is no source, but you can open ***.sh with text editor and decompile ***.apk and see smali.
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    works great , thanks
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    Strange

    I reflashed stock rom using SUS and updated apps using TB (after rooting, as in above post with screenshot). However, after rebooting, I got a very curious error message (seems to be a multiple google activation ID restore by TB). Anyone experienced this before, and what's the solution?

    Dead Cookies leave no trails...

    Never seen such an error. So u rooted successfully. without any problems, however you got an error after returning to stock?? now thats interesting? You can fix it if you have TWRP recovery Installed by fixing permission as per various threads only TWRP method works and not CWM. and would you check bootloader status in service menu?
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    How do you remove root? In SU app there is option to remove it, is this safe? Will factory reset remove it? Thanks in advanced.

    Factory reset won't remove root. you can either flash stock Rom or use the option in su. If you don't mind losing data it's better to flash

    Sent from my C6502 using xda app-developers app