Guest glossywhite Posted April 10, 2013 Report Share Posted April 10, 2013 (edited) Looking for a Linux version of this tool? ----> http://www.modaco.co...-kit-for-linux/ Hello! I've just ported the root and unroot script used in rickwyatt's AIO tool, to Linux, and have now ported my version back to Windows also, to make it cross platform and save you all some bother. Credit for the AIO tool, ergo the portions of the script used in this version, go to: "By Bin4ry thanks toGoroh_kun and tkymgr for the idea Edited by Ricky Wyatt for Orange San diego" 1/ Ensure you have the Intel "Medfield" drivers downloaded & installed - they're here, if not: ~~ UPDATED LINKS - DROPBOX'D ~~ --> https://www.dropbox....p1.1.4.zip?dl=1 <-- V 1.1.4 --> https://www.dropbox.com/s/ptckh6rrzef3t1w/intelandroiddrvsetup1.1.5.zip?dl=1 <-- V 1.1.5 2/ Connect your San Diego to your PC via a micro USB cable, ensuring "USB debugging" is enabled, and make sure it is fully installed, and that "Device Manager" sees it okay, and that there are no exclamation marks etc. 3/ Download and install my OSD easy root/un-root tool: ---> https://www.dropbox....indows.exe?dl=1 <-- 4/ Run the "ROOT SAN DIEGO" or "UN-ROOT SAN DIEGO" shortcuts from the Desktop. That is all you need to do! :) Screenshots: >>>> HOW TO ENABLE "USB DEBUGGING" ON YOUR SAN DIEGO, RUNNING ICS <<<< Click on "Settings", then follow these simple steps: 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: Edited April 20, 2013 by glossywhite Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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