So I've rooted my phone both manually & with z4root. Change roms like I change socks. Today a friend was wanting to use the wireless tether app, & wanted me to get it working. Well I installed z4root, enabled debugging & all that cool stuff & hit permanent root on her phone.
Well it did the spinny wheel thing for about 20mins & froze up. Did a battery pull, reinstalled the app & tried again... same thing. At that point we had class so I couldn't try anything else.
Note: She's running the latest OTA, virgin phone.
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I would go here http://www.droidforums.net/forum/res...root-them.html and use that tutorial to root. Z4 has too many issues, in my opinion.
Alrighty, thanks for your help :)
Try temp root first then go back and do permanent.
I've had Z4root version 1.30 fail at rooting (would take so long I'd just give up), but every time I try Z4root version 1.0 it does the job just fine.
So if you're trying Z4root 1.30 I'd try version 1.0.
U have a link?
Originally Posted by JRobzilla
Out of the 6 phones I have rooted so far, only 2 of them have "hung" while using z4root. 1 took 3 battery pulls before rooting was applied, while the other only took a reboot, no battery pull.
All 6 were done using the version of z4root I have linked in my signature from Megaupload...v1.3.0
+1 for v1.3.0 and exactly what BodyBagz said!
Originally Posted by BodyBagz
Everytime I used z4root with wifi on it failed, every time with it off it worked. FWIW