C:/System32/I would not do that either. By doing so you are removing all of the other things that will need to be in the PATH. You are better off adding the System32 directory to the PATH in the System Variables section of the Environment Variables dialog box (accessible from Computer | Properties | Advanced)
Thanks for this util, rooted yesterday and all seems well. Just freezing, not deleting apps. I received a notification from the superuser app that the binary was outdated. Is it safe to update it or does this exploit rely on a certain version of the binary - thanks.
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Sorry if this is a dumb question but..
If you do nothing else but 'root' a phone (in my case the Droid4), does it have any impact at all on things such as battery usage, resource usage etc? Or is it merely setting a 'flag' allowing things to be done as admin?
Rooted successfully. Thank you Matt.
Which application are you guys using to 'freeze' apps? TitaniumBackup? Does it need to be the paid version?
Edit. Never mind, I kind of answered my own question. I installed Titanium Backup and it won't let you freeze anything in the unpaid version.
Other than Slacker radio and Verizon Videos, what other apps are a waste of time in peoples' opinions? (i.e. ones I can happily freeze!)
Last edited by NiteCloak; 02-19-2012 at 04:42 PM.