Rooting in JB with errors

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  1. aklabs
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    I posted this in the GD section but figured it should have been posted here. I was rooted. Used TB to freeze bloatware. Used Voodoo rootkeeper before I updated to JB. Now that I am on JB I can't root. I have have followed all instructions, make sure the phone was in USB debugging and MTP (also tried mass storage device) with no luck. Ran the root hack from the Desktop. I have a Win7 with the latest drivers installed. I would love to get root back so here are the errors I am getting:

    [*]
    [*] Razr Blade: Motorola Droid Razr 4.1 Root Exploit (Windows version)
    [*] by Dan Rosenberg (@djrbliss)
    [*]
    [*] Thanks to p3droid for assistance in testing.
    [*]
    [*] Note: this will not work on Razr HD, Razr M, etc.
    [*]
    [*] Before continuing, ensure USB debugging is enabled, that you
    [*] have the latest Motorola drivers installed, and that your phone
    [*] is connected via USB.
    [*]
    [*] Please carefully follow any instructions provided in the exploit.
    [*]
    [*] Press enter to root your phone...
    Press any key to continue . . .
    [*]
    [*] Waiting for device...
    * daemon not running. starting it now *
    * daemon started successfully *
    [*] Device found.
    [*] Phase one...
    link failed No such file or directory
    [*] Rebooting device...
    [*] Waiting for phone to reboot.
    [*] Phase two...
    /system/bin/sh: cat: /data/data/com.motorola.contextual.fw/files/DataClearJarDex
    .jar: No such file or directory
    [*] Complete the following steps on your device:
    [*] 1. Open the Smart Actions application.
    [*] 2. Select "Get Started".
    [*] 3. Select "Battery Saver".
    [*] 4. Select "Save".
    [*] 5. Press the Home button.
    [*]
    [*] Press enter here once you have completed the above steps.
    Press any key to continue . . .
    3 KB/s (3477 bytes in 1.000s)
    /system/bin/sh: can't create /data/data/com.motorola.contextual.fw/files/DataCle
    arJarDex.jar: Permission denied
    [*] Rebooting device...
    [*] Waiting for phone to reboot.
    [*] Phase three (this will take a minute)...
    failed on '/data/logger' - Permission denied
    mkdir failed for /data/logger, File exists
    Unable to chmod /data/logger: Operation not permitted
    link failed File exists
    [*] Rebooting device...
    [*] Waiting for phone to reboot.
    [*] Phase four...
    1919 KB/s (91992 bytes in 0.046s)
    1243 KB/s (1867568 bytes in 1.466s)
    1891 KB/s (574184 bytes in 0.296s)
    3996 KB/s (63838 bytes in 0.015s)
    [*] Cleaning up...
    /system/bin/sh: su: not found
    /system/bin/sh: can't create /data/data/com.motorola.contextual.fw/files/DataCle
    arJarDex.jar: Permission denied
    [*] Rebooting...
    [*] Exploit complete!
    [*] Press any key to exit.
    Press any key to continue . . .

    I am in Alaska and we don't have Verizon yet (coming this summer) so if I SBF or reset to factory do I lose my activation? I can wipe the data or cache but again will I lose activation?

    thanks
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    GigaJake New Member

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    Interesting. I know that the Razr Blade utility is a bit buggy, and it usually fails on step 3 the first time for me (I've rooted my JB D4 twice now with Razr Blade), but looking at your pasted info it seemed to fail every step.

    You said you already had the latest usb drivers, and usb enabled, and tried both mtp mode and mass storage mode, so I can't nag you about that. It looks like adb found your device as well. I'll suggest the less common bugs, like trying different cables or usb ports, because those sometimes do make a difference.

    I don't know what you're network you're using, but if you had to flash something in order for it to work, that will most likely be reset by fastbooting. Performing a factory reset shouldn't affect that, because all it really does is clear your /data partition (apps, downloads, texts, etc) and I can't imagine that is what's keeping you on your network.
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    I did a factory reset. I will try tonite to root. I did try different cables and USA ports. Will update in AM.

    Sent from my DROID4 using Tapatalk 2
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    Did a factory reset. Ran the exploit and it worked. I now am rooted on JB.

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