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Rooting your event (pc required)


Friday 19th of April 2013 / androidforums.com
DISCLAIMER: I have only just rooted my device and have not thoroughly tested it,ROOT AT YOUR OWN RISK! THIS TUTORIAL IS FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO COULD NOT GET THE POOT ROOTING APP TO ROOT YOUR DEVICE.If you need any assistance with this tutorial please post below and I will get to you as soon as possible. I usually check her once a day or so.__________________________Items needed:Kyocera EventUSB cableWindows PC__________________________________________________ _______________________________Downloads needed:First: head over to this thread to download "Root_with_Restore_by_Bin4ry_v27"link: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1886460Second: NOTE:Im not 100% sure you need the drive for this to work, however in my case it didnt work until after I installed the driver. Head here and download the driver for the Rise c5155, make sure you select the appropriate bit version (32 or 64, if youre not sure go with 32)link: Kyocera Wireless Support: Phone Drivers__________________________________________________ _________________________________Step 0. Install the driver and un
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Rooting the Event


Monday 04th of March 2013 / androidforums.com
I picked up this phone on Thursday because the Rise I had started boot looping. I was able to root my phone by following the same steps as on the below link. Ok, so the link I posted here is now dead. So instead, I am posting a step by step tutorial. Keep in mind that I did not come up with this procedure. The thanks all go to other people. 1) Make sure you have USB Debugging enabled by going to Settings>Developer options. USB debugging should be checked.2) Download Poot from the following link: http://db.tt/0HqxEURT. I downloaded this from my phone and my phone put it in the Download folder on my SD Card, but you can download it onto your computer and copy it to your SD Card.3) Download Ministro II from the Google Play store.4) Download Superuser from the Google Play store. There are several, but the one that works for me is the one created by CHAINDD.5) Run Poot-debug(W100).apk from your SD Card. Run the Poot application. There is a button at the top called "Press here to poot". 6) Poot pushes su to xbin.7) Open Superuser application. Slide the screen to the right, go
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Still luvin my event


Monday 29th of July 2013 / androidforums.com
I've had my event for 4 months now I'm still very happy with it. I have to chuckle at the posts I see dissing the event for random reboots and freezeups. Holy criminey folks whaddaya expect 30-40-50-bucks? Yes, I experience the reboots and the crashes. I'm thankful that the thing actually does reboot itself rather than having to remove the battery. I'm always pleased when after a crash or freeze the thing will still power down if I hold the power button long enough and restart it. I mean, removing the battery from my old OPV and ALL the feature phones I had before that was a ritual that I seemed to be performing several times a week. I don't miss it at all. My guess is that ICS is what gives this phone the SUPERPOWER to usually heal itself without my having to rip it open to depower it. This is my 2nd Android and my first root. I looked into rooting my old OPV but that process was absolutely terrifying. No way I was gonna attempt it. I rooted my event using the POOT method and it was simple as pie. Got wifi tether using the Trev E mod. I'm an over the road trucker and this little ge
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Forever Rootless?


Sunday 08th of September 2013 / androidforums.com
As some of you know, I have proudly maintained my rootlessness for over two years, mostly due to brickophobia. Well, yesterday, bored enough to watch videos about how easy rooting is, I said the hell with it, I can always buy another phone. So, armed with that courage...First, from my folder full of root-somedays, I tried How to Root the Huawei Ascend II (Straight Talk), using Poot. I followed its instructions step by step, but just like it mentioned, it couldn’t pass its root check because it didn’t see ‘su.’ Assuming that was superuser, I installed that and it still didn’t pass. So I uninstalled all of it, installed su first, then tried Poot, same non-result. Uninstalled again, try something else...I went to the mothership and tried Rooting Your Ascend II. It also failed and also let me uninstall and move on to something else here that I’ve lost track of. It had me goof with my PC’s ADB settings, probably unecessarily, and that severed my holy USB connection. The only way to restore that, having spent another hour looking for an easy escape
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rooting my phone with poot


Thursday 31st of October 2013 / androidforums.com
Hi Whenever I try root my Samsung Galaxy mini GT s5570 using poot I keep getting error 18 does anyone know how to fix this problem or a way around it.thanks for your help in advance! James
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doesn't want to/can't reboot


Wednesday 04th of December 2013 / androidforums.com
Hi all I tried rooting my phone using the poot method and I got the daemon 64 error but with the built in root check it said su binarry was pushed to xbin so I used it like a rooted phone tried rom toolbox lucky patched swap per etc and it worked for a while then it wouldn't allow super user or supersu to allow access so I unrooted it and tried it again now my phone doesn't want to start up it does occasionally and idk y but I can get it into a recovery screen to factory reset it but after I rooted it I couldn't is there anyway to reflash the phone like its a bricked phone right now my phone starts with like a five percent chance when plugged into my high output wall charger and only stays on for like a minuite or soalso if what my phones potentially doing with the factory recovery screen helps with any pieces of the boot loader puzzle I'll gladly donate to a good cause cheap phones are cheap for a reason if you pin the h#// out of the processesser and it sets ablaze its easily replaceable for 40 bucks if you or anyone else thinks this could help with the boot loader issue I can mail
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Complicated brick (read summary first)


Tuesday 07th of January 2014 / androidforums.com
Summary:Phone model : Gt S6500d Galaxy mini 2.Stock Rom, Stock Kernel. operaing at gb 2.6.3Rooted using Poot and Ministro ii.Flashed CWM using OdinEverything was working fine until Samsung initiate a "software update".Long Story:Today, i have encountered a problem on my Samsung Galaxy mini II (GT-s6500D)[Few weeks ago] When i rooted my phone using Poot and installed Superuser, everything was fine.. Then, i downloaded CWM and after it, my phone wouldn't boot into CWM Recovery even with the usual recovery button pressing. It could only boot into download / normal booting.. Also, it cant even boot into recovery mode. it will just vibrate and reboot.Now [few weeks later after rooting] i have a new problem with my phone.. ALL of my data cables wouldn't connect/ charge my S6500D when it is connected to my laptop/ Yoobao's wall charger. But but but, it seemed to be able to charge when i connected it to my authentic samsung wall charger.. The problem seemed to happen like just out of sudden .. no apps were installed before the problem happened.. Ok, so then, i remembered that early
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Need help rooting my phone!


Sunday 02nd of March 2014 / androidforums.com
I have android 4.1.2 installed on my Galaxy Grand quattro.I first rooted using mobogenie. Root was successful but superuser failed to gain root access while updating binary! Can someone tell me how to fix it?I also tried rooting with Poot but it showed up error 18! WTH! I tried using framaroot. I opened it up and tried using gandalf exploit. But nothing happened. Please help me to root from any of the methods and gain superuser access. Thanks
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Problem when rooting LG Optimus Zip (LG L75C) - got "did find symbols" message


Monday 17th of March 2014 / androidforums.com
(Oops -- the title is supposed to say "didn't find symbols") Help! I have NO experience with this stuff. I tried to root my phone using the method found here: Finally rooted M865c for Straight Talk.But after I pressed "Press here to poot" I got the messages "[-] didn't find symbols" and "A demon materialzed while pooting. Error code: 20 su binary was not written." Huh? I tried rebooting and then pressing "Build-in rootcheck," but the message I got back was:Path is:"/sbin:/vendor/bin:/system/sbin:/system/bin:/system/xbin"no su was found in $PATH Any idea what this means? I'm so clueless.
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