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Those instructions are how to root your device. It still doesn't explain how you got CM10.1 and gapps installed? That site terrible anyway, most of it is outdated or just plain wrong. No links given to original threads in this forum, no thanks nor credit given to those who actually made the recovery image/ROMs. :(


If you fallow that instruction you have to run RootBlade3.exe and after that phone is automatically rebooted in cwm recovery mode but only once

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If you fallow that instruction you have to run RootBlade3.exe and after that phone is automatically rebooted in cwm recovery mode but only once


No, it will only boot into ClockWorkMod to install package for rooting the device and automatically reboot after that. You won't be able to anything in CWM. It still doesn't explain how you got CyanogenMod installed on your device and why would you even try that without properly installing CWM and making backups of your stock firmware.

Packing everything into a single executable (.exe) is also terrible practise. Absolutely no one can know/verify what is being done to your device and your computer! I've seen plenty of malware packed into packages like these (or infected adb executables/etc) and it being explained 'Oh, it's for rooting your device. It's normal that your virus scanner picks it up.'.

What can I say, don't follow crappy instructions and most certainly don't improvise while doing that. ;)

Like previously said, you have adb access on your device and you can easily install ClockWorkMod like it is supposed to.
http://www.modaco.co...-zte-blade-iii/

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Like previously said, you have adb access on your device and you can easily install ClockWorkMod like it is supposed to.
http://www.modaco.co...-zte-blade-iii/


It seems that without enabling usb debugging it is not possible...

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It seems that without enabling usb debugging it is not possible...

*sigh* There's no need to enable USB-debugging.

... You can access your device with adb on recovery or the first time you boot into CyanogenMod after a factory reset (while still in CM bootanimation).

Wipe data in stock recovery
While CyanogenMod logo "spins"
adb reboot bootloader
Flash CWM using fastboot

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*sigh* There's no need to enable USB-debugging.

Wipe data in stock recovery
While CyanogenMod logo "spins"

adb reboot bootloader
Flash CWM using fastboot

Thanks a lot KonstaT
In the end all needed was to install cwm again so thanks for the tip to run adb when phone is booting up

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