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How to Root Any Android Device Manually





Last edited by vijayninel; 21-05-12 at 07:20 PM.
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By Free Radical 28-06-11
Originally Posted by Huawei X6 View Post
Free Rad ~ I have the same exact phone with 2.3.4, used the same exact instructions, followed them exactly!... was able to navigate to /UserData/local/tmp/ folder and verify that I did have the files on the device, was able to cut-paste su and busybox to /system/bin/ using Nautilus, also cut-paste Superuser.apk to /system/app/ using Nautilus.

I then pulled the battery, unplugged the micro USB and rebooted. The superuser apk/icon was there in my app drawer but did not have superuser access! I then verified by running code adb shell su and was told permission denied.

How is it we have the same Stock Rom same phone and mine didnt push su ?
That's really strange.
Did you wipe data and cache before updating to 2.3.4?

Also try running the superuser app once first and then run the su command through adb shell.
You should then get a superuser permission prompt to allow an unknown command as depicted in the last screenshot.

Sent from my Spice MI-410 on rooted Gingerbread 2.3.4
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By bicnop 28-06-11
Re: How to Root Any Android Device Manually

Free Radical, thanks for the tutorial.

I got a successful root since i can run root apps and the root checker app says "congratulations! you have root access." i can even run busybox from adb shell. but my question is why do i get permission denied when running su on the adb shell. any ideas?
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By Free Radical 28-06-11
Re: How to Root Any Android Device Manually

since you have denied it permission through superuser.
Is there something called unknown with command /system/bin/sh set to deny in the superuser menu?
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By bicnop 28-06-11
Re: How to Root Any Android Device Manually

Originally Posted by Free Radical View Post
since you have denied it permission through superuser.
Is there something called unknown with command /system/bin/sh set to deny in the superuser menu?
nope. i dont see any "/system/bin/sh" or "/system/bin/su" on the superuser menu. all i can see is "Root Explorer", "SetCPU" and "ShootME". can i manually allow su on the superuser menu?

---------- Post added at 11:36 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:23 PM ----------

hi free rad, i successfully got a # now. i installed a terminal emulator app then run su on the terminal. then i allowed it on the superuser app. i now get a # sign on the terminal emulator and from adb shell.
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By Free Radical 28-06-11
Re: How to Root Any Android Device Manually

great going mate
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By bicnop 28-06-11
Re: How to Root Any Android Device Manually

thanks again!
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  #21  
By MOZ 29-06-11
Re: How to Root Any Android Device Manually

Nice Simple TUT!
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By Huawei X6 29-06-11
Re: How to Root Any Android Device Manually

Originally Posted by Free Radical View Post
That's really strange.
Did you wipe data and cache before updating to 2.3.4?

Also try running the superuser app once first and then run the su command through adb shell.
You should then get a superuser permission prompt to allow an unknown command as depicted in the last screenshot.

Sent from my Spice MI-410 on rooted Gingerbread 2.3.4
I did not wipe data and cache before updating, can i still factory reset the phone and wipe cache/data and do it all over again?
As for running superuser app once and then running the su cmd, do i need to remove the superuser.apk, busybox and su from the system and start again also.

Speaking of the su in my bin, it is now reading it as its a .file not a executable, i tried your method about 4 times and a couple of times i noticed the su would disappear from the bin after i cut/paste in nautilus and have to go back and place there.

I really need this phone rooted! i know it can be done.
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By Free Radical 04-07-11
Re: How to Root Any Android Device Manually

whoa! you should always wipe data and cache before updating firmwares.
Start over after wiping and deleting cache.
Rinse and repeat. This method works. Has been tested elsewhere by other users too.
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By Dinesh_Malhotra 06-07-11
Re: How to Root Any Android Device Manually

where can i find the ADB drivers for mi410 ?

tried searhing on google, though not found

quite new to android scene hence plz help

warm regards
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By Free Radical 06-07-11
The adb drivers are stored on the phone itself.

When you connect your phone via usb, open My computer.
You'll see a new CD-ROM drive with a phone icon. Open this and run setup.

Sent from my Spice MI-410 on rooted Gingerbread 2. 3. 4
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By Dinesh_Malhotra 06-07-11
Re: How to Root Any Android Device Manually

that sudo nautilus part is creating a lot of hassle..

once booted into ubuntu, and trying to run sudo nautilus tag @ terminal.. a pop up saying this failed that failed appears..

close the terminal and reboot, then the general root type folder/browser opens.

now when the phone is connected nothing new happens.. its just stays that way.. i mean connect the phone or not, it looks the same
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By Free Radical 06-07-11
Did you try it on a live boot disk of Ubuntu 11.04? Coz that worked straight out of the box for me. Ymmv.

Sent from my Spice MI-410 on rooted Gingerbread 2. 3. 4
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By Dinesh_Malhotra 06-07-11
Re: How to Root Any Android Device Manually

Originally Posted by Free Radical View Post
Did you try it on a live boot disk of Ubuntu 11.04? Coz that worked straight out of the box for me. Ymmv.

Sent from my Spice MI-410 on rooted Gingerbread 2. 3. 4
Yeah FR.. doing that only

everything just works fine till UBUNTU comes into play..

i even tried the Ubuntu Usb drive on my friend`s lappy, still the problem persists.

how it goes i`ll explain:

i am done with all apb shell thing and ready to boot into ubuntu
everything loads properly, i go to applications, i find terminal there and start
type the command that u gave.. and bangs comes an error this failed that failed (the error`s are posted here by someone in earlier posts)
even if i try to bypass the error thing.. and restart the app.. the app then restarts normally showing files present in the pendrive only i guess, and nothing else. phone pluggin in or not simply doesnt put any effect on the same

warm regards.. wat could be going around wrong here u think ?
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By Free Radical 06-07-11
People have reported that this method is not working on some models.
Prolly some difference in the makes.
You may need to get your hands on the insecure boot loader image from kaskus (not recommended since you may brick your device if something goes wrong).
I'd say wait a day or two for Russell at Villain roms. He is going to release a prerooted gingerbread rom with some nice goodies too.
Perhaps if his tutorial is amenable to understand for lesser souls like me, you may even see a cooked custom rom from me in the coming days

Sent from my Spice MI-410 on rooted Gingerbread 2.3.4
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