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ZTE Skate 4.3 H

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im uploading the boot.img with therecovery.img and nandroid Md5.. i will post the link when finish uploading.. via mediafire

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I have to go now. I will take a look at it tomorrow. In the meanwhile you can try Superuser3 and Superuser4

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I have to go now. I will take a look at it tomorrow. In the meanwhile you can try Superuser3 and Superuser4

3,4 via root checker this device does not have proper root access

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OK. The last attempt. Try flashing this superboot (in clockworkmod).

http://ceco.sk.eu.org/omc/Superboot-skateplus.zip

In case flashing fails you can take alternative approach. Unzip and flash boot.img using fastboot that's included in clockworkmod package

(fastboot-windows.exe flash boot boot.img)

In case of any problems (like phone not booting) just restore boot.img from backup (cwm: backup&restore / advanced restore)

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OK. The last attempt. Try flashing this superboot (in clockworkmod).http://ceco.sk.eu.or...t-skateplus.zipIn case flashing fails you can take alternative approach. Unzip and flash boot.img using fastboot that's included in clockworkmod package(fastboot-windows.exe flash boot boot.img)In case of any problems (like phone not booting) just restore boot.img from backup (cwm: backup&restore / advanced restore)
finally.. thank you! now its rooted.. :)

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can i request for cwm recovery? :)

and tun.ko for droid vpn. ^_^

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You already have cwm recovery. If you want to flash it just do copy of boot-clockworkmod.bat, name it e.g. like flash-clockworkmod.bat, open in notepad and change


fastboot-windows.exe boot clockworkmod.img

to

fastboot-windows.exe flash recovery clockworkmod.img

I can try to compile kernel with tun support later.

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Attached tun.ko (zipped)

Unzip and put under /system/lib/modules

tun.ko.zip

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You already have cwm recovery. If you want to flash it just do copy of boot-clockworkmod.bat, name it e.g. like flash-clockworkmod.bat, open in notepad and change


fastboot-windows.exe boot clockworkmod.img

to

fastboot-windows.exe flash recovery clockworkmod.img

I can try to compile kernel with tun support later.

how to do this? i tried.. imm stuck on android logo

edit i got it working

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Follow the same guide I already gave to you.

Instead of running boot-clockworkmod.bat run your new flash-clockworkmod.bat

I suppose your flash-clockworkmod.bat is OK. It should look like:


adb-windows.exe reboot bootloader


fastboot-windows.exe flash recovery clockworkmod.img

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Aha. I forgot to add reboot command :D

So the file should look like:


adb-windows.exe reboot bootloader


fastboot-windows.exe flash recovery clockworkmod.img

fastboot-windows.exe reboot

After that the question is how to get into recovery. You can try typical key combinations.

To get into cwm recovery one of the following should work (you do them with phone turned off).

1) [Volume-] + [power]

2) [Volume+] + [power]

3) [Home] + [Volume+] + power

...

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Attached tun.ko (zipped)

Unzip and put under /system/lib/modules

Attached tun.ko (zipped)

Unzip and put under /system/lib/modules

i already did your instruction on tun.ko.. it say tun module is not loaded

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I though your vpn client will load it itself...

Nevermind you can try using terminal emulator (get one from playstore).

In terminal emulator issue these commands:


$ su

# insmod tun.ko

You can check if module is loaded using lsmod command.

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I though your vpn client will load it itself...

Nevermind you can try using terminal emulator (get one from playstore).

In terminal emulator issue these commands:


$ su

# insmod tun.ko

You can check if module is loaded using lsmod command.

$ su

# insmod tun.ko

insmod: can't open 'tun.ko'

$ lsmod

dhd 220263 0 - Live 0xbf000000

$

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try with full path: insmod /system/lib/modules/tun.ko

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try with full path: insmod /system/lib/modules/tun.ko

$ su

# insmod /system/lib/modules/tun.ko

insmod: init_module '/system/lib/modules/tun.ko' failed (Exec format error)

#

can you do it on .zip and im gonna install it via cwm recovery? :)

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Looks like it's not compatible with your original kernel.

It would have to be replaced with new compiled kernel (boot.img)

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This is getting better and better! I'm looking forward for mods.

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I've found some github repos for ZTE Warp containing device configs for cyanogenmod (cm7, cm9).

This could be used as a good starting point for device configs for Skateplus.

Now you only need to find some dev owning the Skateplus who could take over building CM roms.

It's impossible for me without having the device. Sorry.

https://github.com/hroark13

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Use adb-windows.exe from clockworkmod package I gave you previously:

Connect your phone, turn it on and try: adb-windows.exe reboot recovery

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