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Discussion in 'Android Custom & Themes' started by gnychis, Apr 8, 2011.
Kiw90, was your Droid connected to your computer via the USB port? (Sorry, but that's all I got.)
Thanks, that fixed it!
I am getting " No such file or directory " message. Downloaded the file 2x with the same message in terminal.
Thanks in advace
Did you unzip the file? Have you used terminal and used "cd" to enter the same directory that was extracted when you unzipped the file? If you drag the zip file to your desktop, and unzip it on your desktop, then in terminal do this:
- zip file in desktop.
- unzip in destop.
- cd ~/Desktop/root./run.sh
This is most likely to me being clueless in terminal. Sorry, still getting the message.
paste me your entire output from terminal
GOT IT!!!!Thank you!!! Placed the root folder in the app folder and in terminal typed:
And then I typed in ./run.sh
SetCPU is running again!!!!!!!!!THANK YOU!!!!!
You're welcome! I'm glad it worked out for you.
here is what my terminal says. I have super user installed but nothing will access root. any help on this would be great.
Waiting for device to come back...
Remounting file system...
660 KB/s (26264 bytes in 0.038s)
2911 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.356s)
Installing Superuser Permissions
1403 KB/s (196521 bytes in 0.136s)
failed on '/system/recovery-from-boot.p' - No such file or directory
if you run that script, and then do:
Do you get a '#' or a '$' ?
This is a great write up! I made a tutorial a few months back about how to root on a mac but it involved installing Ubuntu and a free virtual machine on your Mac to flash sbf files. This sure makes my tutorial worthless, haha. But hey atleast I know how to flash sbf files with my mac now =).
I typed in adb shell and didn't get either am i missing something before that?
jon-king:root kingj4213$ adb shell
-bash: adb: command not found