daemon running successfully then NOTHING?

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  1. xxnonamexx

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    I got to the point where daemon running successfully but then its nothing. What am I doing wrong I waited 20 minutes and it did nothing. When I am in Fast boot is there another step I am supposed to do? I followed the steps a few times and still nothing.
     
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    What are you trying to do?
     
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    Rooting? Make sure usb debugging is checked. Settings-applications-development. If it is make sure the Motorola drivers are installed on your computer.
     
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    I have the drivers installed usb debugging is checked. with phone off I pressed down volume and power button and entered Fast boot flash mode opened the rooting program selected #2 USB is charge mode only I am at the Dameon running successfully and it is just sitting there.
     
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    I'm pretty sure (like 99.999%) that the ROOT process does not use AP FASTBOOT mode on the phone. You should just have the phone powered on and connected via USB and DEBUGGING mode enabled. The AP Fastboot mode is for the stock system flash. After it is flashed it reboots the phone and powers it up in normal mode before starting the ROOT process.

    Try just connecting the phone to USB while it is powered on (not in AP Fastboot mode).
     
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    Thanks that worked but that was odd since I did that the first time and it didn't work thanks again.
     
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    How do I get the OTA now that I am rooted and forever rooted.
     
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    i try and try and try i follow the steps yall r told on this fourm and yet it still does nothing after daemon starts succesfully please help...
     
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    Install voodoo ota rootkeeper. Open and protect root. Then temp unroot. Then you should be able to go to about phone and update to .905. If you're trying to update to the ics leak then follow the instructions here: ICS 4.0.4 Leak 6.7.2231 - DROID BIONIC - droidHIVE Forums


     
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    Are you on .905? Or on the ICS leak? Do you have the latest drivers on your pc? Do you have usb debugging checked? Do you have unknown sources checked? What steps have you taken to try to obtain root? If you let us know what you've done, we can give you an idea of what you should try next.


     
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    And you are correct. Root does not use fastboot if you're using a one-click tool. The phone must be powered on normally.


     
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    Same problem. Tried everything. Not working.

    Tried Razrs-Edge and Motohelper method. Installed latest drivers. Have phone in debugging mode. MTP Checked. Allowed Unknown sources. Tried it on Windows 8 64bit and Windows 7 32 bit. Motohelper says Rooting...then nothing. Razrs edge says waiting for device...then nothing. Do not see ADB in device manager unless I boot in Safety Recovery mode and connect phone. Rooted all my previous droids without any problems...

    Trying to back up phone to make image and transfer to replacement bionic I received. Wouldn't need to root if there was a way to make a complete backup without rooting.

    Sigh
     
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