Easy Unroot Process for Droid X

Discussion in 'Droid X Hacks' started by wrightperspective, Oct 11, 2010.

  1. eptreyg

    eptreyg New Member

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    I also, after using z4root to root - am getting permission denied when I type su from the terminal emulator. Suggestions? Help? Complete newbie here.
     
  2. Dark Overlord

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    ok...I am all confused with all this root, unroot etc.........

    Last week I used Z4root to root my X. My intent was to load the Gingerbread leak.

    So far I have done ABSOLUTELY NOTHING but having run Z4root.

    Today I read on Droid Life that a legit Gingerbread is available for download.

    Sooooo....... the first line here confuses me..... Can I download the Verizon Gingerbread or not?

    or should I just follow the first post here????

    thanks
     
  3. Droid_Boi86

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    Okay...
    if u are lookin to get the official GB, you'll have to do without root access for awhile.

    But if ur lookin to have Root access, then u can go and flash the leaked verison with root.

    ...i dont kno the status of Gaining root access while already being on Gingerbread. so the option is urs...get the OTA and no root for some time..or go with the leaked verison

    (Sent From a Rooted GB_DROID X)
     
  4. JSWeathers

    JSWeathers New Member

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    Ok, I did this, and it worked. But now I want to root it again. What do I do? (I've already tried just using SuperOneClick)

    Thanks!
     
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    i cannot for the life of me figure out how to allow the terminal emulator to be granted superuser permission. can anyone help me?
     
  6. PS3Gamer

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    There appears to be a new place for su and busybox now that I rooted the latest 2.3.3.. Instead of them being in /system/bin, it appears to be in /system/xbin.. The unroot process still worked flawlessly.
     
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