Hey, I'm trying to use this method but am having trouble setting my droid to "PC Mode". I'm running opensuse 11.2 on my laptop and for some reason it doesn't auto-mount usb devices. I see the notification in the top to transfer files to my PC and I can select "Turn on USB storage" but I'm never prompted with this dialog: http://blogs.computerworld.com/sites/default/themes/cw_blogs/cache/files/u98/froyo_usb.jpg
Having usb debugging on/off makes no difference. I can maually mount the device on my computer but the doroot.sh script still hangs at "daemon started successfully".
Is there a step I missed?
Droid 1 FRG22D
So I'm having the same issue at
mount -o rw,remount /dev/block/mtdblock4 /system
ln -s /system/bin/busybox cp
Except I get the error:
Link Failed File Exists
I know that I have busybox...
I have a slight problem deodexing my droid x I can get through everything and I use
su stop mount -o rw,remount /dev/block/mtdblock4 /system cp /sdcard/done_app/* /system/app/ cp /sdcard/done_frame/* /system/framework/ rm /system/app/*.odex rm /system/framework/*.odex mount -o ro,remount /dev/block/mtdblock4 /system reboot
method, but it says can not find file specified or something along those lines and I can not deodex and after that my phone becomes unresponsive so I have to do a battery pull I copied my app_done and frame_done to my sd card, yet it is not working. please help thank you.
When attempting to root a droid 1 I get to this step
mount -o remount,rw /dev/block/mtdblock4 /system
and mount fails which of course prevents me from going any further - what do I need to do?
NEW! One-script rooting! (Mac/Linux)
UPDATE 9/29/10: I stumbled upon this little gem today: xda-developers - View Single Post - Easier 1-2-3 Droid 2 Root for Windows / Linux / Mac
And I made some tweaks of my own so it works on Droid 1. (Tested on my wife's previously-stock, now-rooted Droid.)
- All you need to do now is download View attachment 16598 and put the files in your Android SDK 'tools' directory. (The Droid2Root files you need to root are included.)
- cd to your 'tools' directory: "cd ~/Downloads/android-sdk-mac_x86/tools"
- Run "chmod 755 doroot.sh"
- Type "./doroot.sh". Sorry Windows users, this is a bash script -- Linux and Mac only. (Maybe you could run it in cygwin?)
I rooted using this method, which was pretty simple, but if I wanted to unroot for say warranty purposes, how would I do that?