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Root has been achieved! Instructions available within!

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Just to say, it worked perfectly for me - and I have no idea why it wouldn't work for someone else - rather strange.

if you look at my post above, it could be because there are two different versions...

V970

U970

both have different specs & 3G radios, and one is 4.0.4, so they are quite different to be fair

but if the guy who had the problem has the same version as you... :huh: :blink:

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hso, where did you get your phone from?

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Worked like a charm - did not need to do it twice, it worked on the first try.

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Worked like a charm - did not need to do it twice, it worked on the first try.

how to enable "usb debugging"?

That option is normally under "developing" section in settings, but not here?!!!

edit: found it! when connect usb cable, you have to choose from available connection modes.

after that, rooting was easy with bin4ry method (v13)

phone is ZTE Grand X (U970 4.0.3)

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Feels so good to be rooted, eh?!

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any news for clockworkmod and custom rom? stock rom really sucks and have sime bugs

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any news for clockworkmod and custom rom? stock rom really sucks and have sime bugs

I'm very curious what problems you found.

could you detail the bugs you see? which model do you have?

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yeah, rooted on the first try.

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anyone know how to root this version: GEN_EU_GRANDXV1.0.0B01 ?

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ROOT-ed!!!! Confirmed, working for Zte Grand X on Tegra 2.

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Can anyone confirm that it works on zte v970?

...thanxss!

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