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    Arm11 processors use armv6 instruction sets. And flash API is easily obtained with a simple Google search.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinisin View Post
    I was reading the full specs. Qualcomm Snapdragon ARMv11 600 mhz single core. Just Google Ascend 2 Processor specs is all I did.

    I will tell you for sure when I hunt down a copy of real flashplayer and not the armv6 hacked version. If the real version installs we have at the very least an armv7 processor.

    No love on 10.3, lets try 10.1. Nope, no love. Hmmm. The review of this phone on here even said the processor is an ARMv11. So something is wrong. Huawei only says it's a 600mhz on their official specs online. Time to dig. No drivers up either, or source code. New phones suck like that.
    Please use Google.I've already explained this to you. If you refuse to listen to a developer who developed kernels andknows these processers well then Googling the CPU instructions will help you better understand

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Peterson View Post
    Rooting... Running Exploit... This may take a few minutes ! Device will reboot on success !
    Did it work???

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    Unfortunately no. I waited for about 2 hours and nothing happened

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Peterson View Post
    Unfortunately no. I waited for about 2 hours and nothing happened
    Damn :c
    IT'S OKAY, FIGURE OUT HOW TO ROOT IT WE SHALL

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    So far what I'm thinking one of our better bets for rooting the phone would probably be to create a update.zip and install it in recovery mode. So far I've only gotten invalid signature errors with no headway for generating a valid zip for this phone...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Baker View Post
    So far what I'm thinking one of our better bets for rooting the phone would probably be to create a update.zip and install it in recovery mode. So far I've only gotten invalid signature errors with no headway for generating a valid zip for this phone...
    Your going to brick your device at that rate. That is the furthest thing from the way of doing it. Initial root has/will be done through ADB. I will not say much more than than that as i'm very busy

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    Awesome sauce! Good Luck!

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    This is so annoying, my friend has the Charge, and he used Voodoo and a program developer named "altered break" but he said it was only for Samsung. At this point I really have no idea how to root this phone, and if there is a way. It's not going to be a one click program. I will legit pay someone to work at this at a daily rate, I know I could put this ***** up to 1.0ghz, idc about battery life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hallister View Post
    This is so annoying, my friend has the Charge, and he used Voodoo and a program developer named "altered break" but he said it was only for Samsung. At this point I really have no idea how to root this phone, and if there is a way. It's not going to be a one click program. I will legit pay someone to work at this at a daily rate, I know I could put this ***** up to 1.0ghz, idc about battery life.
    Well donations are always welcome. Definitely speeds things up lol

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    Simple SDK setup guide

    For me, the Android SDK (Software Development Kit) setup is the most arduous part of rooting a
    phone


    . The SDK is intended for developing software on, and provides a lot of unnecessary files that you typically don't need to just hook your phone up to the
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    . With that in mind, I've attempted to simplify the process.

    In order to do this, you will need a working phone.

    USB Debugging
    USB debugging will need to be enabled on the phone (Menu> Settings> Applications> Development, and enable USB debugging).

    FASTBOOT
    You will also need to be able to boot into FASTBOOT. From power off, hold volume down and while still holding, power the phone up. This will then show a white screen with 3 Androids and some text. The screen you are seeing is HBOOT. Follow the instructions on the screen to select the FASTBOOT option (volume keys to change selection, and power key to select). The FASTBOOT screen will look much like HBOOT; you can tell them apart because the text above the menu options will say HBOOT or FASTBOOT. (note: If you want to return to the HBOOT screen from FASTBOOT, you need to select BOOTLOADER)

    You will also need to
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    http://db.tt/10De9hz




    To set up the SDK:
    1. Download the file (above)
    2. Extract the file (I recommend C:\)
    3. That's it (but you will need to install the drivers for the phone)

    To install the drivers:
    1. Boot your phone into FASTBOOT
    2. Connect the phone to the PC via USB (the FASTBOOT screen should now say FSTBOOT USB)
    3. Windows will ask you to install a driver; select the manual option, and point to the usbdrivers folder from the zip extracted above.
    4. Windows will install the drivers, and may ask to reboot
    5. Done

    That's it, you should have the SDK setup on your PC.
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    How to Manual Root

    *** Now working for Gingerbread 2.3.3 ***

    *** NOT WORKING FOR 2.3.4 ***


    This is an alternative for 2.3.4

    http://nd1razor.blogspot.com/2011/07...nexus-one.html






    I spent quite a bit of time working with other guides, and pooled my experience into this single thread.
    I have managed to get this to work sucessfully many times, though I have had a few failures also.
    The whole idea is to install the files busybox, su, and Superuser.apk on the phone, and give them the necessary permissions to enable them to run. The biggest problems seem to be with enabling the permissions.

    Let me know if you have any problems

    I PUT THIS TOGETHER QUICKLY, AND I STILL NEED TO GIVE CREDIT TO THE GUYS WHO MADE THIS POSSIBLE...

    ** Instructions for Windows:
    ** Green commands are to be typed into the cmd prompt
    ** Boot your phone into fastboot, and connect to the PC
    ** In Windows, locate the extracted folder (c:\sdk\tools)
    ** Double click the cmd batch (either cmd.bat or cmd)
    ** Test connection
    adb devices
    ** Copy the files to your phone
    adb push GingerBreak /data/local/tmp/GingerBreak
    adb push Superuser.apk /data/local/tmp/Superuser.apk
    adb push busybox /data/local/tmp/busybox
    adb push su /data/local/tmp/su


    ** Change the permissions on the files
    adb shell

    chmod 700 /data/local/tmp/GingerBreak
    chmod 755 /data/local/tmp/busybox

    ** Run the exploit
    cd /data/local/tmp
    ./GingerBreak

    ** Wait - this may take a few minutes
    ** When complete, you should see the message "dance forever my only one"
    ** The $ prompt should change to #, showing you now have TEMP root

    ** Mount your phone with read/write (rw) access
    mount -o remount,rw -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblock3 /system
    chmod 777 /system/bin
    chmod 777 /system/app

    ** Install busybox, and change permissions
    cd /data/local/tmp
    ./busybox cp busybox /system/bin
    chmod 4755 /system/bin/busybox

    ** Use busybox to install the other files and change permissions
    busybox cp Superuser.apk /system/app
    busybox cp su /system/bin
    chmod 4755 /system/bin/su
    chown root /system/bin/su


    ** Mount your phone back to read-only (ro) access

    chmod 755 /system/bin
    chmod 755 /system/app

    mount -o remount,ro -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblock3 /system

    ** Exit the root shell
    exit
    ** The # prompt should change to $
    ** Exit the adb shell
    exit

    ** DONE!

    ** Note: If you to run GingerBreak a second time, it will fail unless you
    delete 2 files. You need to first run the following:
    adb devices
    adb shell
    cd /data/local/tmp
    rm boomsh
    rm sh

    ** Now you can run Gingerbreak again, starting from:
    ./GingerBreak

    ** DONE!
    ** To install a custom ROM, start by installing a custom recovery...
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    will someone dare attempt the manual root with ADB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrew01 View Post
    will someone dare attempt the manual root with ADB?
    That's not for this phone specifically. that's a general 2.3.3 root guide. It was attempted originally and is the base of the current exploit.

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    so will it work if the files get pushed

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrew01 View Post
    will someone dare attempt the manual root with ADB?
    <br>That's not for this phone specifically. that's a general 2.3.3 root guide. It was attempted originally and is the base of the current exploit.

    try it and see

 

 
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