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USE THIS METHOD CAREFULLY......

This is a method to get root permission on ours CloudMobile.

YOU NEED ADB AND FASTBOOT WORKING ON YOUR PC

Made an empty folder named ROOT_S500

First of all download this boot https://docs.google....T2JUeDJYZ1VVUW8
this https://docs.google....a1NsX1dhRERyZm8
and this https://docs.google....VDNfNDZjc1V1VTg

SAVE THOSE FILES INTO ROOT_S500 FOLDER

Connect your phone on PC, open terminal, go into ROOT_S500 folder and type:

adb reboot bootloader

phone will reboot in botloader mode

then type

fastboot -i 0x0502 boot boot_s500_gcc_4.6.img
Now you are running an unsecure boot

Wait your phone power on...

Then always into terminal type:

adb remount
adb push Superuser.apk system/app/
adb push su system/xbin
adb shell
chmod 6755 /system/xbin/su
exit

DONE
Enjoy ;)

How to enable OTA UPDATE

adb reboot bootloader
fastboot -i 0x0502 boot boot_s500_gcc_4.6.img

Open Superuser application and check "temp unroot" into info menu.
Now you can check for update into setting - info - update system

Edited by davidevinavil, 18 October 2012 - 05:31 AM.

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where is the ROOT_S500 file?

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where is the ROOT_S500 file?


Read first post added some info

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okay and i'm sort of a big n00b, could you explain where the terminal is? I have android SDK and all that, also found the adb.exe and fastboot.exe, but I don't know what to do with those:S

could you please make a step-by-step for n00bs?

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Add tips to check OTA update on first post

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for this part:
Connect your phone on PC, open terminal, go into ROOT_S500 folder and type:

adb reboot bootloader

phone will reboot in botloader mode

the terminal is a regular CMD window, right? does that see in what folder you are? and do you need to create the ROOT_S500 folder on the phone or on the PC?

sorry for the amount of questions, I just want to get my phone rooted:)


Does this method reset the phone?

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for this part:
Connect your phone on PC, open terminal, go into ROOT_S500 folder and type:

adb reboot bootloader

phone will reboot in botloader mode

the terminal is a regular CMD window, right? does that see in what folder you are? and do you need to create the ROOT_S500 folder on the phone or on the PC?

sorry for the amount of questions, I just want to get my phone rooted:)


Does this method reset the phone?


Yes terminal is CMD
You need to go into the same folder where you have boot, superuser.apk and su, so for better explain I say you download on pc folder ROOT_S500 all 3 files and then open CMD (terminal on linux) into ROOT_S500 folder
You could put 3 file into blablabla directory, but I choose ROOT_S500 just to explain better as I can ;)
Dont forgot to activate Debug USB on your phone

Edited by davidevinavil, 15 October 2012 - 04:54 PM.

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Hello David, good to hear you again, could you please poste tour work on lfdesigns.tk ? I'elle certainly buy a cloudmobile in thé comming days

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You could do it for me ;)
Maybe better explained...

Edited by davidevinavil, 15 October 2012 - 10:05 PM.

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and then open CMD (terminal on linux) into ROOT_S500 folder


How to open cmd "INTO" a folder?

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How to open cmd "INTO" a folder?


open cmd and type
cd where/do/you/need

If you put ROOT_S500 into c: you will type
cd ROOT_S500

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open cmd and type
cd where/do/you/need

If you put ROOT_S500 into c: you will type
cd ROOT_S500


thanks a lot!
will this root reset the phone?

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thanks a lot!
will this root reset the phone?


No but don't do anything without know what you are doing. You could easly brick your phone

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How is it possible to brick the phone? (At what step could this happen? And is there a chance even if you do every step correct?) Another question before i start; adb.exe is not in my running progresses and neither is fastboot.exe. do they have to be there? Is in cmd the command "adb ?" And "fastboot ?" The way to check whether they are installed correctly?

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Sorry but why do you want root?
Do you know what root is?
Really seems NO

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Root is the way to really backup phone and delete systemapps like Google+
Sorry if i bordered you with too many questions :(

Edited by Willem van Oort, 17 October 2012 - 08:43 AM.

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Don't worry just don't want you brick your new phone ;-)

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Don't worry just don't want you brick your new phone ;-)

I understand, but could you explain at what steps the phone can brick?

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You could brick doing some action with su permission like erase system files.. or edit system files

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You could brick doing some action with su permission like erase system files.. or edit system files

I know that part of rooting, i have always rooted all my phones;) so nothing van go wrong in the process of Rooting itself? I really appreciate that you keep answering my questions:)

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