how do i get these? and where do i get these. I am new to this so I needed some help. Thanks so much.
The files all need to be on the root of the sd card, not in any folder. I used the app Andro Zip to extract the files. Pay close attention to spaces, capital letters, etc when typing the command lines
RubiX Beta by Drod2169
Yes it's Fast!!
Android has the best developers!
Ok so i was originally having the abd issue after command line ./rage*.bin but after switching usb debugging it seemed to work. But after f.c. and returning to terminal emulater i am still greeted by $ and not # this worries me as i don't want to screw anything up. But if i repeat the first set of commands, after command line cp /sdcard/rage*.bin /tmp/ i get a message saying text file busy.
So my question is was i successful with root shell and available to continue even though i didn't get the # or is something missing
UPDATE: restarted phone and restarted process... SUCCESSFUL ROOT! Thanks so much for the easy tutorial
Last edited by spaz33g; 09-23-2010 at 12:29 AM. Reason: fixed problem before answer
Now if we could only figure out how to unlock /boot. I've been able to dump the bootrom, boot, pretty much everything on the phone. Unfortunately it's all signed which makes changing anything a pita.
At least when you have your PC connected to root, you can copy and paste more easy than typing all of that on your phone keyboard.( plus with copying and pasting you don't make mistakes as much)
I have tried this a dozen times. I have downloaded the rageagainstthecage-arm5, su Superuser.apk, and busybox. I type the first command into my emulator, then typ cp /sdcard/rageagainstthecage-arm5.bin /tmp/. The emulator then spits out cp; /sdcard/rageagainstthecage-arm5.bin: No such file or directory. The file has been downloaded and extracted. Am i doing something wrong?