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Orange ICS Update

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using the .bat rooting thing at the part where it says "look at your device and click restore!" i click restore and still nothing happens

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on the osd it says "please enter the device encription password below" ??

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Wait a while and it reboots....

Or possibly they have been watching how xolo was rooted and sealed the hole :(

Can you take a screenshoot.......power +volume up

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wait tried again and its working lol

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well its rebooting

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I'm trying fastboot for the fist time, I tried fastboot oem unlock. It didn't work lol!

@rickywyatt did you try pushing system from motorola razr i yet? How can I try that?

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right ok its rebooted for the second time , how do i know if its rooted ?

superuser is there in apps

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right ok its rebooted for the second time , how do i know if its rooted ?

superuser is there in apps

Yeah thats it rooted :D

Just download root checker or any root app to be sure

@ayziaa,

Forget it, all that was tried this morning, wont work :(

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congratulations!

this device has root acces!

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@rickywyatt, those links are on gtalk :)

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do i need to do anything with busybox ?

i read somewhere on this thread that you had to copy & paste it to somewhere ?

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Does the orange system not pull to sd card as img ? we can try flash that

@shootermanuk,

take busybox from sbin and copy to xbin

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still got the error as before when trying to create system.tar :-(

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you now need root explorer

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root explorer from market= £3 lol

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or try this

adb shell

busybox tar -cvf /sdcard/system.tar /system

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is there an alternative ?

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or try this

adb shell

busybox tar -cvf /sdcard/system.tar /system

ok it done i think

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Does the orange system not pull to sd card as img ? we can try flash that

@shootermanuk,

take busybox from sbin and copy to xbin

ok copied busybox from sbin, wheres xbin ?

ok found it system/xbin

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ok copied busybox from sbin, wheres xbin ?

system/xbin

So has the system copied to sd card then ?

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cant find it lol

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i tried explorer to create system.tar and get the same error as before

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are you doing su after adb shell ?

I can pull xolo ics system so should be same ?

I pulling it now to see if it works.

yep worked for me on xolo

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so you are doing:

adb shell

su

busybox -cvf /sdcard/system.tar /system

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are you doing su after adb shell ?

I can pull xolo ics system so should be same ?

I pulling it now to see if it works.

yep worked for me on xolo

ok i just done it again with

adb shell

su

busybox tar -cvf /sdcard/system.tar /system

it looked like it was copying everything

but where do i look on sdcard ?

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