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    Easy 1-2-3 Root Process for D2 (Windows/Linux and Mac coming soon)

    Hi all.

    I spent the better half of the evening working on writing a simplified way to root the D2. I have two sets of instructions now available. It is pretty simple.

    You install and update ADB/SDK. You install the Motorola drivers (if you are on Windows).

    You go into command line, run part1, then open adb shell, and run part 2, and then after you get kicked out, run the shell again, and run part 3. And that's it, you are rooted. You enter a total of maybe 6 or 7 commands, and simple commands at that.

    Cruise over to XDA Developers and check out my thread.

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=782556
    Last edited by darkonion; 09-14-2010 at 08:02 PM.
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    Linky no worky
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    So it took mea while but I got the SDK installed and working through terminal, im' SUPER new at this so i'm feeling my way out via youtube videos and step-by-step instructions lol.

    I plug my phone in and my computer claims to not recognize my "device" is this normal?

    also after running ./doroot1.sh the terminal has "device not found" all over it


    Last login: Wed Sep 15 15:28:02 on ttys000
    matthews-macbook:~ Matthew$ cd desktop/android/tools
    matthews-macbook:tools Matthew$ chmod 0755 doroot1.sh
    matthews-macbook:tools Matthew$ ./doroot1.sh
    Welcome to DarkOnion Root Part 1
    Checking for devices
    List of devices attached

    Transfering Superuser.apk
    error: device not found

    Transfering su
    error: device not found

    Transfering busybox
    error: device not found

    Transfering rageagainstthecage-arm5.bin
    error: device not found

    Transfering doroot2
    error: device not found
    Transfering doroot3
    error: device not found

    You will be entering ADB Shell shortly.
    When you see the $, enter these 3 commands

    first command: cd data/local/tmp
    second command: chmod 0777 doroot2.sh
    third command: ./doroot2.sh

    10 seconds until shell opens.
    5 seconds until shell opens.
    4
    3
    2
    1

    Now entering ADB Shell
    error: device not found
    matthews-macbook:tools Matthew$

    any ideas? Is this normal?
    Thanks in advanced
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    Did you turn on USB Debugging?
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    Quote Originally Posted by grimmy View Post
    Did you turn on USB Debugging?
    haha no... my d2 shows the USB symbol in the notification bar and gives me these choices pc mode, windows media sync, usb mass storage, charge only. if there's a debug choice, where would it be?
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    Settings > Applications > Development> Check the USB debugging
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    Ah! Thank you very much, sir.
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    Next issue....

    Last login: Wed Sep 15 15:33:07 on ttys000
    matthews-macbook:~ Matthew$ cd desktop/android/tools
    matthews-macbook:tools Matthew$ chmod 0755 doroot1.sh
    matthews-macbook:tools Matthew$ ./doroot1.sh
    Welcome to DarkOnion Root Part 1
    Checking for devices
    List of devices attached
    015D76040A01C00F device

    Transfering Superuser.apk
    failed to copy 'Superuser.apk' to '/sdcard/Superuser.apk': Permission denied

    Transfering su
    failed to copy 'su' to '/sdcard/su': Permission denied

    Transfering busybox
    failed to copy 'busybox' to '/sdcard/busybox': Permission denied

    Transfering rageagainstthecage-arm5.bin
    975 KB/s (5392 bytes in 0.005s)

    Transfering doroot2
    191 KB/s (710 bytes in 0.003s)
    Transfering doroot3
    122 KB/s (613 bytes in 0.004s)

    You will be entering ADB Shell shortly.
    When you see the $, enter these 3 commands

    first command: cd data/local/tmp
    second command: chmod 0777 doroot2.sh
    third command: ./doroot2.sh

    10 seconds until shell opens.
    5 seconds until shell opens.
    4
    3
    2
    1

    Now entering ADB Shell
    $
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrypticDroid View Post
    Next issue....

    Last login: Wed Sep 15 15:33:07 on ttys000
    matthews-macbook:~ Matthew$ cd desktop/android/tools
    matthews-macbook:tools Matthew$ chmod 0755 doroot1.sh
    matthews-macbook:tools Matthew$ ./doroot1.sh
    Welcome to DarkOnion Root Part 1
    Checking for devices
    List of devices attached
    015D76040A01C00F device

    Transfering Superuser.apk
    failed to copy 'Superuser.apk' to '/sdcard/Superuser.apk': Permission denied

    Transfering su
    failed to copy 'su' to '/sdcard/su': Permission denied

    Transfering busybox
    failed to copy 'busybox' to '/sdcard/busybox': Permission denied

    Transfering rageagainstthecage-arm5.bin
    975 KB/s (5392 bytes in 0.005s)

    Transfering doroot2
    191 KB/s (710 bytes in 0.003s)
    Transfering doroot3
    122 KB/s (613 bytes in 0.004s)

    You will be entering ADB Shell shortly.
    When you see the $, enter these 3 commands

    first command: cd data/local/tmp
    second command: chmod 0777 doroot2.sh
    third command: ./doroot2.sh

    10 seconds until shell opens.
    5 seconds until shell opens.
    4
    3
    2
    1

    Now entering ADB Shell
    $
    I think I know what is wrong with your thing. Just hang tight. We are working on easier scripts!
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