Rooted X questions

Discussion in 'Droid X Tech Support' started by Twist0fate, Jul 31, 2010.

  1. bigd73

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    I've copied it here just in case this happens to someone else. My instructions are assuming that you have the ability to go into settings on the phone still.
     
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    Ok, 2 things...i cannot access root explorer since i still have no icons and i looked at the sd card and there is not a /system/app folder or anything close...:\
     
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    It will result in an error if you don't have the system folder mounted. (I'm assuming that this is what you were referring to, if not please explain as I do not get an error on my phone.)
     
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    @bigd73: Yeah, "mount -o remount,rw -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblock3 /system" should fix the cross-device-related error.

    I also posted how to copy them to /system/app with "Root Explorer (File Manager)".

    Also, I helped him get back into the settings menu earlier in the thread.

    He should be good to go. :p

    EDIT:

    Yeah, just noticed you mentioned remounting the system partition in your instructions.

    Also, @Twist0ffate: Yeah, forgot. Just remount the system partition with read/write permissions, than do: "mv *.apk /system/app/". OR, just do a search for the application on your phone.

    Furthermore, the /system/app/ folder is not located in the sdcard.
     
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    No problem, I enjoy tag teaming a problem! And if this works, by god let's have a Moderator sticky this thing!!!!
     
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    downloading the systemapp.zip file right now
     
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    Do a search for root explorer on the phone, it should come up then.
     
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    You don't need to do that. After you've moved the .apks to your sdcard (like you say you have), just mount the system partition as read/write, or use "Root Explorer (File Manager)" to move them to /system/app/.

    Basically, reread the posts above.
     
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    mount -o remount,rw -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblock3 /system
    where in this comand are the breaks
     
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    Breaks? Do you mean spaces? Here:
    Code:
    mount<space>-o<space>remount,rw<space>-t<space>yaffs2<space>/dev/block/mtdblock3<space>/system
     
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    Ok i passed that and it came up with another # symbol now im on to 6. It should go back to the # prompt again. Now we're going to copy all the apps back over by typing this command in the Command Prompt window(hitting enter at the end of the command):

    cp *.apk /system/app


    i typed in cp *.apk /system/app and recieved no such file or directory
     
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    Try:
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    cp /sdcard/*.apk /system/app/

     
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