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Failure to Root - /system/bin/mount: not executable: magic 7f45

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Trying to re-root to restore device , so i can retuyrn for unrelated hardware level wi-fi issue

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Device has never been deodexed - just XOLO build applied with Rickys Marvellous tool :-)

When I run tool now i get message "Could not patch ADBD"

Have searched and read for last two days , honest.

Any help would be gratefully received

P1897

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I think it has something to do with busybox

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not sure if I need a x86 compiled version ?

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Are you not using the version that's downloaded as part of the AIO tool?

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I have only ever used the AIO tool by Ricky

I would download agin and retry but I don't understand the backup.exe and why it is needed and what it does

It is a fairly new version and has the Fibblesan MOD tacked on the end

My OSD was dead standard - came with ICS - I bunged on XOLO build and left it alone , noother fiddling

THX

P1897

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I got Busy Box pro from XDA forums not the Play Store

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Really need help here , I know it something pretty simple but I am not hardcore enough to know what /

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I think you need to delete the C:\SanDiego folder, maybe just keeping the 2 update.zips and start again. Put the Xolo update.zip on the root of your phone and install via system settings. Stop using other versions of SU, BusyBox and adb, just use the versions that installed as part of the tool. We know they work.

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I installed update.zip from C:\SanDiego\tools\xolo via Settings>About Phone>System updates in Android

Re-rooted

And my wi-fi recovered too (it had failed on four different routers or open hotspots)

RESULT !

put orange logo back on to test

All good

Thanks a bunch, My Sassenach friend !

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