HTC Quick Root - For ALL HTC Devices
Here is my One Click Root and UnRoot solution for ALL HTC Devices.
Note that the Insecure Boot.img method is for all devices but requires S-OFF and your Insecure Boot.img MUST have 'ro.secure' set to '0' and not use a patched adbd binary.
The Universal Exploit should work for all devices as long as you are running a FULL Stock ROM including recovery.
The Universal Exploit WILL however fail if it has been patched by HTC on the Stock ROM you are using.
- Root Using Insecure 'Boot.img' (S-OFF Only) or Universal Exploit. (S-ON / S-OFF)
- Option to Flash 'HBOOT' Image after Rooting, even if your device is 'S-ON'!
- Verify MD5 Checksum of 'HBOOT' Image after backing up and after flashing.
- Unroot Device by Patching 'adbd' binary as Insecure.
- Root Tools to Clear Battery Stats and Dalvik Cache.
- Reboot device to any mode after Rooting.
- Execute Reboot commands independantly.
- Thorough Error Checking and Stable ADB Framework implementation.
- Includes BusyBox v1.20.2 and SuperSU v0.96
HTC_QuickRoot_1.1.13_Release.zip - (1.61 MB, 52090 views)
All Credits goes to lyriquidperfection from XDA-Developers
How To ROOT The Galaxy S 3 / S III [CF-Root]
--- Backup your data first ---
Rooting Instructions :
1 - Download CF-Root-SGS3
2 - Unzip the file ONLY one time
3 - Open Odin
4 - Click on PDA button and browse to the CF-Root-SGS3-vX.X.tar file that you extracted
5 - Disconnect any device connected to USB ports on your computer
6 - Shut down your device
7 - Put your device into Download Mode (Volume Down + Home + Power)
8 - Volume up to continue
9 - Connect your device and wait until you get a sign in Odin (ID:COM section)
10 - Make sure re-partition is NOT CHECKED [Very important]
11 - Click "Start" and wait a few seconds.
* Do not disconnect the cable or turn off the device while rooting
- This stuff is made for the GT-I9300 and GT-I9300T
- I am not responsible if something bad happened to your device (USE AT YOUR OWN RISK)
- Please backup your important data before rooting
- It will cancel your warranty
- It will install : "Root: SuperSU","Recovery: ClockWorkMod","Util: CWM Manager"
- Credits go to "Chainfire" (CF-Root developer)
- XDA "CF-Root" thread https://goo.gl/asDw5
- CF-Root-SGS3-v6.4.zip https://goo.gl/9xqoT
- Odin3_v3.04 https://goo.gl/BR9HW
- Odin3_v3.07 https://goo.gl/ASdXg
- Samsung Mobile Driver https://q.gs/3R8hb
- Latest Samsung Kies https://q.gs/2r7af
16 Feb 2013 : Samsung Mobile Driver Ver-188.8.131.52
17 Feb 2013 : Samsung Kies Ver-184.108.40.20621_10
Step 1: Download Odin3 v3.04 from HERE
Step 3: Goto Settings > Developer options and Enable USB Debugging on your device.
Step 4: Reboot your device into Download Mode. (With Device OFF, Hold Vol Down + Home + Power) If done correctly your device should have a big Yellow Triangle in the middle of the screen with the words 'Downloading... Do not turn off target' underneath. (Or Select 'Download Mode' then press 'Execute' in Samsung Quick Root).
Step 5 :Connect your device to your PC and start Odin. If you installed Samsung Kies correctly, you should see the box in the top left corner of Odin underneath where it says ID:COM should be Yellow and displaying the name of a Com Port your device is connected to.
Step 6: Check Odin's settings, Only the Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time checkboxes should be selected.
Step 7: Now press the PDA button and select the Insecure Kernel you downloaded earlier. (Note: This should be in *.tar, *.md5 or *.smd format.)
Step 8: Now press the Start button and wait for your device to reboot.
Step 9: If you have done everything correctly, you will notice a Yellow Triangle with an exclamation mark on the boot screen when the device is starting up. This indicates you are running an Insecure Kernel with Temp Root priviledges.
Step 10: When the device has finished booting, start Samsung Quick Root then press the Root Device button. Wait for the device to reboot depending on which Reboot option you selected then you are done Rooting.
Step 11: This is an OPTIONAL step but you can perform Steps 4 to 8 in this guide to flash the Original Kernel back to your device to remove the Yellow Triangle on the boot screen whilst still retaining Root Permissions.
Samsung_Quick_Root_1.8.3_Release.zip - (1.37 MB, 32611 views)
I am not responsible if something bad happened to your device (USE AT YOUR OWN RISK)
- Please backup your important data before rooting
- It will void your warranty
Easiest way to Root Samsung Galaxy Note 2:
1. Download ExynosAbuse-v1.40.apk (1.16 MB)
2. place them in your note2
3. install ExynosAbuse-v1.40.apk
4. open app and press ''root device''
Watch the video below.
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- Be the first person to create or find a method to achieve the following:
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- Make a post in this thread with the following:
- Proving it works with appropriate photos and/or screenshots
- Providing full step-by-step instructions for which anyone else can follow
- Wait for at least one member to follow the same method and confirm it works the same on their fully stock device with VRU1ANCG build
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