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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2 Development' started by Eousphoros, Sep 12, 2010.
/signed for one click app pl0x
one click please or anyone have the links to download the needed files.
Just google Droid2Root.rar.
As for one click method, the process isn't that hard unless you aren't very good at following simple directions.
Got it and am now rooted.
OK had FlyX/Tranquility1.5 on my DX working fine, tried flashing the new Tranquility over the top and got stuck at the M. Battery pull and start enables it to load but I have lost Root. Placed Rage file and SU files on the root of my SD card and was able to get root shell. What happens next is after I type the third line of the second part about the SU file(cp /sdcard/su /system/bin/su). Once I hit enter I see this " cp: /system/bin/su: Too many symboli C links encountered" anyone have an idea what is happening?
Hope I can get this working otherwise its a SBF tonight. Thanks in advance.
So easy to do. Thanks for sharing this method.
As an update I do have a file in System/bin/SU but it seems to be empty, is there a way using Terminal I can delete this file since I can't use RootExplorer. This might be my issue if its trying to move the file there and it sees it already.
If you want to remove the su file. You could always just do this to get it out.
- rm /system/bin/su
Sean thanks I don't know why I didn't think of that. I tucked that line in after this "- mount -o rw,remount -t ext3 /dev/block/mmcblk1p21 /system" and then finished the rest, rebooted and gained root back.
Awesome, completely awesome
Thank you Eousphoros!dancedroid:icon_ banana:dancedroid
Try adding an X in front of bin in the command lines. Since my busybox and SU were in that xbin not bin prior to putting on new Tranquility. This is the exact problem I had and just figured it out, worked like a charm