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Help Linux Sbfing Droid X!

Discussion in 'Droid X Roms' started by aminester, Jun 29, 2012.

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    I Have a Droid x .621 and im trying to root it. Please help me D:

    I Go to the terminal and Locate the folder(By Dragging it)(At-least i think i am), this is what i type in the terminal(Btw im not booting from CD i have dual boot):

    I drag the download folder to the terminal(Which contains the Sbf_Flash and The Sbf file.) So the terminal automatically writes:

    Home/Desktops/Downloads(I Press Enter)
    > chmod +x sbf_flash (Enter)
    > ./Sbf_flash mb809-2.3.5.sbf (Here is where its suppose to do something, But i press enter and all i get is):
    >

    Nothing shows up, just that little ">" thing, and nothing happens!! IM SO CONFUSED I want to root my DX!!

    Any help will be greatly appreciated!
    I Did this linux sbf thing once, but i cant do it anymore! i don't know why!!
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    I had the same issue... looking up how to fix it took a while but an easy fix...
    > chmod +x sbf_flash (Enter)
    > sudo ./Sbf_flash mb809-2.3.5.sbf (Here is where its suppose to do something, But i press enter and all i get is):
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    (insert sudo before the ./sbf....)
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    it should then ask you to enter your password to your ubuntu and should start sbfing :), if not then you may be doing something else wrong
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    Tried :(

    Thanks for trying to help but i tried that, I enter sudo first, it asks me for a password and then it give me the same ">"
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mb809-2.3.5.sbf

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root mb809 2.3
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sbf linux droid x
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sudo ./sbf flash mb809-2.3.5.sbf