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Root doesn't work?

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Hey guys!

I tried to root my optimus..

I type :SWIFT::GT540: and agree it.

Then the phone says "OK".

I rebooted it. But i don't have root permission.

WHY?!

.. Thank u!

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You don't have root permission when connect with adb or just apps who reqire root don't start?

Is the problem is with applications you need to install this: link

Follow the steps on page 11.

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Hi

I installed the LG USB (Modem a.s.o.) Drivers.

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Hi

I installed the LG USB (Modem a.s.o.) Drivers.

How can i connect my phone with ADB?

With emergency-mode?

Mh..

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Just type adb shell. If you see # sign the phone is rooted and you just must to install app that i tell you before.

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C:\Programme\Android\appinventor-extras>adb shell

error: device not found

......!

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My mistake.

First you must enable deveopment mode on your phone.

Setting>Application>Development mode (i think).

And then run adb shell

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USB Debuggin?

It was not on.

Now its on. i try it.

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BOAA..

I might go crazy...

USB Debug is on.

C:\Programme\Android\appinventor-extras>adb shell

* daemon not running. starting it now *

* daemon started successfully *

error: device not found

-.-

The Devicemanager of Windows show me Modems > LGE Android USB Modem #3

But it will disappear automatically if Windows try to connect.

LGMobile Support-Tool can connect to the phone. I can click the button "Start SW-Update" for 1 second.

Why will it disappear everytime?!

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Try to reisntall modem driver and reboot PC and phone and then try again.

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Next time..

I have 20 seconds then it disappears.

I tried to type the commands in this 20 seconds in

It works.

I think i'll write a full tutorial of "How to root" :(

Thanks at all!

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