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HOW TO #ROOT (VIDEO), CWM *updated (link to download FASTBOOT drivers and TROUBLESHOOTING)


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Guest aleksandar069

So, there is the final release for rooting of the ZTE Blade III.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrIqcj6HF28

 

Stock Recovery (all country) http://www.modaco.co...y/#entry2141803

So, there is the final release of the CMW for ZTE Blade III.


1. Download and install drivers: http://www.mediafire.com/download/e0ohnaahiaja6m5/zte-blade-iii-drivers.exe

 

2. Download the CWM tool http://www.mediafire...oswzxh76rfbmw87

3. Once the download has completed, open -> ClockworkBlade3.exe (MUST RUN ''AS ADMINISTRATORS'')

 

4.  USB Debugging must be enabled!


5. DO NOT TOUCH your phone during this process. Wait 3-6 minutes and enjoy with the CWM on ZTE Blade III

 

5. Enjoy...

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Troubleshooting

IMPORTANT!!!

If your phone stuck on the android logo go to Device manager... Find the incompatible device... right click mouse... click on the upgrade drivers or something like this... I have a Disc... let me pick... and chose the file when you before extract the fastboot drivers on your desktop... chose ZTE Handset device... And that's it...

Fastboot Drivers: http://www.mediafire.com/download/45b4aoh8dk9d48t/fastboot_driver_B3.zip



I'm stuck on "Searching for device. Please wait..." or "<waiting for device>" for longer than 3 minutes.

If you're stuck on "Searching for device. Please wait..." or "<waiting for device>" for longer than 3 minutes, keep the program open whilst it is still stuck. Disconnect your phone and reconnect it to a different USB port, then wait another 3 minutes.

If you're still stuck after another 3 minutes, make sure you have correctly installed the USB drivers and setup your computer. If you have correctly installed the drivers, close the program on your computer, disconnect your phone and then turn it off and on again (you may need to remove the battery to turn it off). Then, reboot your computer, reconnect your phone to a different USB port and try again.


I do not see ClockworkMod Recovery.

Turn off your phone (remove the battery if necessary) and turn it on again by holding the Power onand Volume down button together for 20 seconds, until you see ClockworkMod Recovery.
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Guest aleksandar069

Brate sad sam se ismejao ko niko. "you must gonna" :D

e sorry... nisam ni primetio, hvalati... jesi li uspeo da ga rutujes?
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Guest kogos

I think that there is already an easier guide on how to root, posted by konstat on cwm thread, that does not involve running anything as admin, running exe files that you can't really tell what processes they will run and what they will do to the phone. This guide by konstat is also posted months ago.

I think that what all these guides on how to root jusr pack everything in one exe file... But imo, it's better to do it manually, especially if it's super easy already... It gives you more knowledge on what is changed and more control on what you do to your device

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I think that there is already an easier guide on how to root, posted by konstat on cwm thread, that does not involve running anything as admin, running exe files that you can't really tell what processes they will run and what they will do to the phone. This guide by konstat is also posted months ago.

I think that what all these guides on how to root jusr pack everything in one exe file... But imo, it's better to do it manually, especially if it's super easy already... It gives you more knowledge on what is changed and more control on what you do to your device

Ohhh, come down... I didn't change nothing... I've just post a topic... Now who want to read it let's read it................ :blink:
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I didn't argue here, i was as calm as it gets. I was just informing people to be extra carefull with exe files...

I'm sorry too... I was post this topic before almost 2 months ago.... But what's is wrong with this .exe ???
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Guest kogos

I don't really know... I don't use it. I prefer the 'manual' way through cwm. But i've read someone in this forum having problems with a similar exe that was supposed to root the blade, and noone could help because noone cared to look at the processes this exe run. Afterall, all these exe files are based on the cwm way, they just packed everything in a single exe doing everything easier, and in most cases the original poster/dev is not even mentioned. As i said...i like to have more control over the device by doing it manually. And if something goes wrong, i would know exactly what it is

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Guest Simon O

From now on you need to edit your posts to add additional links. Please stop making new posts to post a single link as it's messing the forum up. Thank you.

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Guest opounty

From now on you need to edit your posts to add additional links. Please stop making new posts to post a single link as it's messing the forum up. Thank you.

sakdoskdfsdkfodsfksodfs Edited by opounty
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Guest MJonMoDaCo

Err... Don't want to sound like a sap, but the rooting process usually involves enabling USB debugging, no? You HAVE to expect newcomers to see this thread after all.

At least its not like CyanogenMod, where we can't see Dev options without a certain "cheat code/easter egg".

I trust you'll edit the OP. Good work otherwise Squire.

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