Skirted one meeting, got the TB, rooted, it rocks.
so I followed the instructions that justin case posted on android police, all went well except now I dont have 3g. I have rebooted several times and all I can get is 1x. does any one have any advice?
For those new TB users who are unfamiliar with rooting, check this out, someone was nice enough to make a video of the process (although it is a little fast and can be a little hard to follow):
Video: Rooting the HTC Thunderbolt - Droid Life: A Droid Community Blog
I don't know about you guys, but I'm still waiting for an easier way. I can wait a little while to get rid of the bloatware, and there is not a ton you can do with root yet besides the basics since the TB is still so new, but I'm sure there will be much more from developers shortly. I can be patient, but I hope those that have gone through the process themselves so far are enjoying it!
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I have a problem with ADB and the TB, with the D1 it worked perfect, but when I try to connect the TB it doesn't show as a device being connect.
I give the ADB command: "ADB devices" and it says "list of devices attached" and shows nothing!!!
It would always show the D1? The drivers took on the first install.... any ideas?
You call me names, I call your Mom!!
*edit- just plugged mine in and it started right up without choosing sync, so I'm not sure what's going on. Had to allow su on the device in order to get # in the cmd prompt though, fyi.
Last edited by pistol_pete; 03-23-2011 at 10:43 AM.
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