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What give now 1 click root doesnt work??

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid' started by add119, Sep 4, 2010.

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    Since frf 22d update came to my phone now my root isnt work???? It was working before on android 2.2 os code frf 01b. Why cant i use root access anymore help?
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    It appears that the update negated your root. Did you use easy root?
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    I'm guessing you mean frG01b and frG22d? Well none of the 1 click root methods work as of yet for the 22d builds. There are other ways to root your phone, they're just a little longer and more complicated than one click (still not terribly complicated though). Maybe someone can post you a link on how to root since I'm not sure where those links are cuz I've been rooted for a while.

    Actually, search 'rooting droid regardless of OS version' on the forum. That should get you started. Sorry typing from my phone so can't post the link.

    Sent from my Droid
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    No it was universal androot app. I think verizon block root from this app. It was working at first froyo update from august 3rd FRF01. Now the second update which is FRF22D doesnt allow me to root. I hate verizon sometime now my kernal from 1.3 ghz is back to 550/600 mhz ugh! I miss my rooted phone!
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    Unfortunately, that what happens when you rely on one click easy solutions.
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    Silly silly motocache1. Who searches anymore?? :D

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    Set the record straight, Tank! :icon_ peace:
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    Op should just install a custom recovery and be done with it. So you wont have to worry about them pesky OTA updates breaking your root.

    Otherwise you will just continue to play the cat and mouse game.

    Besides I fail to see the value of having root if you don't have a custom recovery. The phone is still not truly unlocked with out it.
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    I'm curious about "So you wont have to worry about them pesky OTA updates breaking your root."

    I rooted in February. I've switched roms but not a stock rom. I've never received an OTA notification. Recently, I've read numerous posts from folks who say they are rooted yet they receive the OTA notification.

    I'm value thoughts on why I've not received an OTA but others do.

    Mike
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    I like being rooted because of speed it bring with different kernal.
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    Mike, don't you run sapphire? I am sure that cvpcs has implemented a way to disable OTA updates, as I have not heard one user having problems with the OTA notification appearing.
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    Yes, I have Sapphire. Sorry if I miscommunicated. I've never received an OTA notification but I seen lots of posts from folks who claim to be rooted who receive the OTA notification.

    You on Gtalk?
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    Thanks you guys but i hate the long root method. I like the easy one sorry the long one is too complicated , I was so surprise that i flashed roms as that was a little confusing too.
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    In all honesty, and not trying to be mean, just saying the truth, if the long method is "too complicated", then you probably shouldn't be rooted. The "long method" is the only sure fire way to fix a phone, unless you have a corrupt bootloader or hardware failure, which both are VERY hard...
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    Well, +1 to that. I'd also add however that everyone that thinks the long way is too hard absolutely should just run without root until the developers fix Easy Root or Universal Androot, or IAAFIAJWTPAB or whatever. Root will be waiting for you whenever that day comes.
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    i used the one click root and it sucked donkey balls. i found a kid on craigslist that rooted my phone for me the "long way" for $20. cant beat that with a baseball bat lol. he also put a boat load of free/paid apps on my sd for me. dancedroid
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    Looks like EasyRoot will never work with FRG22D. Not sure about Androot, but it may not either. Droid 2.2 – The future - Unstable Apps
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    If you are rooted with the stock ROM, you WILL receive OTA update notifications. That feature has been removed from most custom ROMs. For those who want to block OTA updates with a rooted, stock ROM, you need to install a custom recovery (SPRecovery or Clockworkmod),and that will block the OTA update when you accept the invitation.

    Thus, being "rooted," having a "custom recovery" and a "custom ROM" are all different animals.
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    You don't need a custom recovery to block an OTA. Just having root can be enough if you know what you are doing. A custom recovery can block the update, but it can pop back up too, requiring you to re download and block it again. Just a few things to point out :)
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