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You need to setup adb drivers correctly on win7 64bits. Check the XDA forums for it


Thank you, it worked perfectly. Now i have root access.

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The question was asked a couple of times on this thread but no one answered it yet : is there a way to unroot the phone ?

I'd like to know if it is possible.

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Maybe. This tool unroot device.(only superuser/supersu+su binary, not busybox). page and download.

Edited by srsdani, 09 February 2013 - 08:47 PM.

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Genchou : flashing the stock ROM is one easy way of unrooting ;)

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Genchou : flashing the stock ROM is one easy way of unrooting ;)


Isn't there a way to do it without having to flash the phone ?

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CWM Package to unroot : http://vache-android...Mods/Unroot.zip

Remove su binary, application and application data.

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The question was asked a couple of times on this thread but no one answered it yet : is there a way to unroot the phone ?

I'd like to know if it is possible.


Install Super SU
In settings select Permanently Remove Root (or something like that )

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Thanks for the answers.
Vache, your unroot package, do I have to install it through CWM ? Because I tried (used choose update from sdcard) and it did nothing, so maybe I didn't do it correctly. Could you explain shortly the steps to follow ?

edit : The Superuser app is still installed and I can access every folder with Astro. But some applications (like network spoofer) don't work anymore because the phone isn't rooted, apparently. So I'm a little confused here, is the phone unrooted ? Shouldn't I be unable to explore some folders with Astro then (eg /system and stuff) ? And I can't uninstall superuser app.

Edited by Genchou, 09 February 2013 - 01:20 PM.

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Thanks for the answers.
Vache, your unroot package, do I have to install it through CWM ? Because I tried (used choose update from sdcard) and it did nothing, so maybe I didn't do it correctly. Could you explain shortly the steps to follow ?

edit : The Superuser app is still installed and I can access every folder with Astro. But some applications (like network spoofer) don't work anymore because the phone isn't rooted, apparently. So I'm a little confused here, is the phone unrooted ? Shouldn't I be unable to explore some folders with Astro then (eg /system and stuff) ? And I can't uninstall superuser app.


Check this app here

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Thanks, I tried the app. It says the phone isn't rooted, so finaly the unroot package from Vache did work !

Sadly, the superuser app is still there, but not really : it was still in the app drawer, I managed to remove it by "disabling" it in the applications settings menu, but it still shows in the list (as com.noshufou.android.su).
I might need to use the warrantly for my CM so I don't know if it is ok to have an item named "su" in the apps list. :/

Maybe I will just flash the stock ROM after all.

Edited by Genchou, 09 February 2013 - 07:00 PM.

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Hi guys. I've rooted my Acer S500 from this link ( RO ) http:// forum.lab501. ro/showthread.php?t=8464

Whatever it was about 2 months ago.

Problem is now I want to access some sound files in System folder and I can't CHMOD to 777. File permissions are just unchangable.

Root Checker said I'm rooted properly.

I tried many software ( rootexplorer, ex, yaffs ) none could change.

I tried Terminal Emulator, adb shell = error device not found, adb remount = same

I don't know how to run from CMD while in recovery usb mode, couse I couldn't find a proper code on the web.

If there was something above ( I read the whole thread ) and I missed it or didn't figure it out, I'm sorry :D

Please point me to the right direction ? Thanks

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I have received the official JB 4.1.2 update yesterday, and I'm thinking about rooting my phone now... Has anything changed now with the new firmware version or does this guide still perfectly fine?

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I have received the official JB 4.1.2 update yesterday, and I'm thinking about rooting my phone now... Has anything changed now with the new firmware version or does this guide still perfectly fine?

What is your image number and build number for the jelly bean?

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Image: Acer_AV051_S500_RV04RC09_WW_GEN1

Build: Acer_AV051_S500_1.063.00_WW_GEN1

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I also would like to know if this works on todays 4.1.2 ota

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I don't think this methods works anymore as the kernel used to boot the phone is ICS and now we have JB.

Only way so far is to have CWM installed and flash a superuser. Or we'll have to wait for a dev to pick this up.

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I don't think this methods works anymore as the kernel used to boot the phone is ICS and now we have JB.

Only way so far is to have CWM installed and flash a superuser. Or we'll have to wait for a dev to pick this up.

but does the bootloader unlock stil work for this?

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From what I am readin here and there it seems the official JB doesn't allow bootloader unlocking BUT if it has been unlocked before then applying the update won't lock it back.
If it has never been unlocked I guess you'll have to flash the first JB leak through ADT, unlock and then flash the officiel again !

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I don't understand something, after i do that adb commands in cmd window I have rooted my phone, but if i reboot my phone the root is lost, the SU application is still there, but the apps who need root doesn't detect it, I must enter again this in order for the root to work again:

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

Edit: Oh, i get it, i must everytime boot with the unsecure img in order to do root-stuff

Edited by alexsamam, 15 March 2013 - 08:16 PM.

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