BenDroid

Reboot into Recovery hangs.

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Hi guys,

I have been facing a weird issue since I tried to root my Olvepad VT100. Listing them here

1) I tried rooting my pad using superoneclick, and somehow managed to root it. However, it could not perform a copy and install of busybox or superuser.apk. (please see below the trace picked from superoneclick).

I used Check Root and saw that I had root, but busy box wasn't installed. In spite of that, I loaded some apps that required root and checked whether they worked, and they did.

BUT: I somehow am not able to boot into recovery mode at all. I had found this after installing CWM and creating a rom backup. But since I am unable to reboot into recovery, either through any apps, or by using the vol buttons and power button, I am unable to flash my system, and also unable to restore factory settings :(

Message from superoneclick (these are recent tries, now I am unable to even root the system)

Note: I even tried ginger break app, but apps don't usually get root access..

QUOTE

SuperOneClick v1.6.5.0

Killing ADB Server...

OK

Starting ADB Server...

* daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *

* daemon started successfully *

OK

Waiting for device...

OK

Pushing rageagainstthecage...

202 KB/s (5392 bytes in 0.026s)

OK

chmod rageagainstthecage...

OK

Running rageagainstthecage...

ROOTED

Pushing busybox...

1033 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 1.004s)

OK

chmod busybox...

OK

Getting mount path...

/dev/block/mtdblock7

OK

Reading OS Version properties...

Version: 2.2

OK

Remounting system with read-write access...

OK

Pushing su-v2...

failed to copy 'D:\SOC\su-v2' to '/system/bin/su': No space left on device

OK

chmod su...

Unable to chmod /system/bin/su: No such file or directory

OK

Creating /system/xbin...

mkdir failed for /system/xbin, File exists

OK

Copying busybox (/system/xbin/)...

cp: write error: No space left on device

OK

Pushing Superuser.apk...

failed to copy 'D:\SOC\Superuser.apk' to '/system/app/Superuser.apk': No space left on device

OK

Pushing Superuser.apk... (/data/app)

failed to copy 'D:\SOC\Superuser.apk' to '/data/app/Superuser.apk': Permission denied

OK

Remounting system with read-only access...

OK

Running a SU test...

Test failed!

FAILED

ro.wifi.channels=

ro.product.cpu.abi=armeabi

ro.product.model=V-T100

ro.build.tags=release-keys

ro.build.version.release=2.2

ro.build.description=msm7627_surf-user 2.2 FRF91 5009_3_16R release-keys

ro.product.brand=Olive

ro.product.device=vt100

ro.build.version.incremental=5009_3_16R

ro.build.type=user

ro.build.date.utc=1290718061

ro.board.platform=msm7k

ro.product.name=V-T100

ro.product.board=V-T100

ro.build.user=user

ro.build.display.id=FRF91

ro.build.version.codename=REL

ro.build.product=V-T100

ro.build.id=FRF91

ro.build.version.sdk=8

ro.product.manufacturer=FIH

ro.product.locale.region=US

ro.build.date=Fri Nov 26 04:47:41 CST 2010

ro.product.locale.language=en

ro.build.host=cmcsservice

ro.build.fingerprint=Olive/V-T100/vt100/V-T100:2.2/FRF91/5009_3_16R:user/release-keys

/QUOTE

2) I have noticed that the OS partition of my system has only 32kb space remaining. Is this normal? What should I do here :-( Help...

3) Finally, is there any way I can force reboot my system to flash to the rom backup I made, using any means? (i.e. pc adb etc) Is there any way I can force the system folders in?

Note: I am moderately comfortable with Linux shell commands and terminology, Just in case I need to get my hands dirty, I'd be more than happy to (been long since I used Linux, and I am not proud of that fact :-( )

Hope you guys can help

Regards

Ben

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