rooting problem

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  1. clmowers

    clmowers New Member

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    Hello everyone, im hopeing someone can help me with this problem. I have a droid x and im trying to root it. im able to copy all my files to the SD card, but when i get the the exploid file i get this error:

    C:\droid_root>adb push exploid /sqlite_stmt_journals/exploid
    failed to copy 'exploid' to '/sqlite_stmt_journals/exploid': No such file or dir
    ectory

    I have tried running the command with elevated permissions...i have even gone the route of using a 1 click root, and again it fails. Im guess with the same problem...any ideas of how i can get this to work?
     
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    Did you try z4root? That's how I rooted my friend's DX.

    Sent from my Droid using Tapatalk
     
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    nope i havent tried that one yet, let me give it a wirl and see what happens..thanks
     
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    sweet...that worked for me, thanks for your help
     
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    Fix for missing exploid directory

    Hey all,

    If you look in the source code for the exploid file (exploid.c, open with notepad++ or something similar), it says that if /sqlite_stmt_journals/exploid doesn't exist, then use /data/local/tmp instead.

    Note that if you do have sqlite_stmt_journals/exploid, then you must use that directory.

    Hope this helps!

    EDIT: If you can't cd in to /data/local/temp, use /data/local/tmp instead.
     
    #5 ronthejazzcat, Jul 9, 2011
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