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Hello rickywyatt, I have another question about the tool.

When running the tool, after my devices first reboot, there is a command of the tool said "operation not permitted to copy its space" or something like that.

How can I solve this problem to root my phone? Please help me

are you using

uk osd

French one

also are you running windows 7

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also I have spent meant hours making this tool and to making shore it works people remember I do this in my spear time before complaining always make shore you have the Intel drivers installed we have tested the on windows seven 32 and 64 I can't not guarantee this will work on xp vista

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Hi.. This may be a dumb question, but if I unroot after I have activated and mounted the external SD, will it remain available?

I am asking because I may have to unroot my device to satisfy my employer's BYOD policy, but would hate to lose the 32gb of extra storage that I have as a result of the brilliant work here. :-(

yes it will

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are you using

uk osd

French one

also are you running windows 7

I'm using UK osd, I got San Diego from EE (Orange) and running in windows 7 32bit

This how I tried;

1. San Diego update to ICS 4.0.4

2. Install Intel driver

3. Run SanDiego.exe (C:\Sandiego)

Did I miss any steps?

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I use 32bit Vista Ricky and it works a charm for installing Orange ICS, Xolo ICS, both logo s, rooting and Deodexing the Xolo rom(at least I think it did, how would I know if they're deodexed?). Not had a need for the SD hacks.

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Ricky, no, I didn't have the right drivers installed! After 12 pints of cider I'm surprised I even managed to type that and my device is still in one piece!

Anyhow, having sorted the drivers out, I managed to get your tool to work and it said everything went fine etc. But my device still remains unrooted, 2 more times i did it and the same result. Yes, I know this must be user error and no, I've not had 12 pints today.. yet.

I'm off to hit your donation button to show a little appreciation for you work and patience.

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You can add my name if you want.

The first time your tool worked my device did reboot twice but the next two times it only rebooted once. I doubt that actually means anything really.

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Did a factory reset and used your tool again. Does one reboot, says it's going to copy files to it's place.... mount:operation not permitted. No second reboot and still no root.

That's it, I'm breaking the cider out!

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Did a factory reset and used your tool again. Does one reboot, says it's going to copy files to it's place.... mount:operation not permitted. No second reboot and still no root.

That's it, I'm breaking the cider out!

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have you tried the tool here www.modaco.com/topic/358242-how-to-root-your-san-diego/

I dit try it before, however it have the same results. Do you think its because of updating from Orange update through wifi?

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I just tried it too, same thing... mount:operation not permitted. No second boot, no root.

On the phone screen when the 'do not restore/ restore data' options come up there's a bit asking for encyption codes, I assume they're to be ignored aren't they?

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yes you don't need to enter anything have you tryed doing this on the xolo ics

That was my next thought. I wonder if Orange have done something to the ICS update, I only updated yesterday.

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