Evynnstarr

Bypass Bootloader

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Evynnstarr    23

Hey guys.

The long awaited day is finally here!! :D

The bootloader, as claimed by the_laser has been unlocked. Here is the thread from xda:

http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1253277

Edited by Evynnstarr

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kumayam    0
I have tried every possible way to get this to work, and so far its a no go on my phone.

Have u tried downgrading to an official 2.1, flash azuzu kernel downgrade then run the batch file, then upgrade to an official 2.3.3 then flash dooms unlocked bl kernel? I had a hard time too but I did it this way and it work..also used gb ready flashtool 2.9

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highaltitude    65

Have u tried downgrading to an official 2.1, flash azuzu kernel downgrade then run the batch file, then upgrade to an official 2.3.3 then flash dooms unlocked bl kernel? I had a hard time too but I did it this way and it work..also used gb ready flashtool 2.9

yes This is currently what Im getting in CMD while running the batch file:

process requires standard 2.x android firmware.

Press any key to continue . . .

Getting ROOT rights.

adb server is out of date. killing...

ADB server didn't ACK

* failed to start daemon *

error:

adb server is out of date. killing...

* daemon started successfully *

error: device not found

adb server is out of date. killing...

* daemon started successfully *

Unable to chmod /data/local/tmp/expl: No such file or directory

adb server is out of date. killing...

* daemon started successfully *

/data/local/tmp/expl: not found

Waiting ...

adb server is out of date. killing...

* daemon started successfully *

Removing NAND MPU restrictions via SEMC backdoor. Permanent. Require ROOT rights

.

* daemon not running. starting it now *

ADB server didn't ACK

* failed to start daemon *

error: cannot connect to daemon

adb server is out of date. killing...

* daemon started successfully *

/data/local/tmp/fixPart: not found

reboot: Operation not permitted

Waiting ...

Getting ROOT rights.

/data/local/tmp/expl: not found

Waiting ...

Writing patched semcboot. Two step process

First, we need get access to semcboot area

252 KB/s (8064 bytes in 0.031s)

insmod: init_module '/data/local/tmp/mapper_2.6.29.ko' failed (Operation not per

mitted)

Second, we need to write semcboot ;)

1115 KB/s (588228 bytes in 0.514s)

can't find userdate partition

Press any key to continue . . .

Edited by highaltitude

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kumayam    0

yes This is currently what Im getting in CMD while running the batch file:

process requires standard 2.x android firmware.

Press any key to continue . . .

Getting ROOT rights.

adb server is out of date. killing...

ADB server didn't ACK

* failed to start daemon *

error:

adb server is out of date. killing...

* daemon started successfully *

error: device not found

adb server is out of date. killing...

* daemon started successfully *

Unable to chmod /data/local/tmp/expl: No such file or directory

adb server is out of date. killing...

* daemon started successfully *

/data/local/tmp/expl: not found

Waiting ...

adb server is out of date. killing...

* daemon started successfully *

Removing NAND MPU restrictions via SEMC backdoor. Permanent. Require ROOT rights

.

* daemon not running. starting it now *

ADB server didn't ACK

* failed to start daemon *

error: cannot connect to daemon

adb server is out of date. killing...

* daemon started successfully *

/data/local/tmp/fixPart: not found

reboot: Operation not permitted

Waiting ...

Getting ROOT rights.

/data/local/tmp/expl: not found

Waiting ...

Writing patched semcboot. Two step process

First, we need get access to semcboot area

252 KB/s (8064 bytes in 0.031s)

insmod: init_module '/data/local/tmp/mapper_2.6.29.ko' failed (Operation not per

mitted)

Second, we need to write semcboot

1115 KB/s (588228 bytes in 0.514s)

can't find userdate partition

Press any key to continue . . .

Did u try deleting ur adb and installing adb for dummies all in one app, found this on xda..good luck

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Kinglion3494    84

yes This is currently what Im getting in CMD while running the batch file:

process requires standard 2.x android firmware.

Press any key to continue . . .

Getting ROOT rights.

adb server is out of date. killing...

ADB server didn't ACK

* failed to start daemon *

error:

adb server is out of date. killing...

* daemon started successfully *

error: device not found

adb server is out of date. killing...

* daemon started successfully *

Unable to chmod /data/local/tmp/expl: No such file or directory

adb server is out of date. killing...

* daemon started successfully *

/data/local/tmp/expl: not found

Waiting ...

adb server is out of date. killing...

* daemon started successfully *

Removing NAND MPU restrictions via SEMC backdoor. Permanent. Require ROOT rights

.

* daemon not running. starting it now *

ADB server didn't ACK

* failed to start daemon *

error: cannot connect to daemon

adb server is out of date. killing...

* daemon started successfully *

/data/local/tmp/fixPart: not found

reboot: Operation not permitted

Waiting ...

Getting ROOT rights.

/data/local/tmp/expl: not found

Waiting ...

Writing patched semcboot. Two step process

First, we need get access to semcboot area

252 KB/s (8064 bytes in 0.031s)

insmod: init_module '/data/local/tmp/mapper_2.6.29.ko' failed (Operation not per

mitted)

Second, we need to write semcboot

1115 KB/s (588228 bytes in 0.514s)

can't find userdate partition

Press any key to continue . . .

Restart your computer

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highaltitude    65

Did u try deleting ur adb and installing adb for dummies all in one app, found this on xda..good luck

I think you posted that on XDA, if you could possibly remember where you found it, that would be helpful. Was it in the X10 forums or another forum?

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kumayam    0

I think you posted that on XDA, if you could possibly remember where you found it, that would be helpful. Was it in the X10 forums or another forum?

I found it on xda forum, hope it helps

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