Issue With Auto Root

Discussion in 'Thunderbolt Hacks' started by Dr.Evol500, Jun 15, 2011.

  1. Dr.Evol500
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    Ok, so I did the auto root last night and this morning I was going to flash Das bamf 2.0, but forgot to put the PG05IMG on the SD card and I had already wiped everything. So I did a factory reset and started over. The root didn't work at first, so I restarted again after the upgrade. Now I have no idea what to do. ROM manager seems to be working perfectly now, did a full backup and reboot, successfully did "fix permissions" and rebooted. Everything seems fine, but when I go into root checker and do an advanced root check it says...

    Detailed Results:
    Congratulations! You have root access!

    Standard su binary location:
    /system/bin/su:No such file or directory

    Alternate su binary location:
    /sbin/su: Permission denied

    Root user id:
    uid=0(root)

    Root group id:
    gid=0(root)

    I don't understand. Do I have root, or not? I really want some gingerbread and Netflix in my life :(
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    check by downloading root checker from the market
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    If ROM manager works correctly, make no mistake, you have root access. Titanium Backup, will also confirm root access.

    Sent by my Bolt powered by Thunder
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