A few weeks ago I rooted my HTC Evo 4G using the unrevoked 3 tool to flash my phone’s firmware and allow full root access to the internals. The unrevoked app was one of the best user experiences I have seen in a while (walks you through each step with a nice clean interface). Everything went great until the end when I was left wondering…
“Am I done? What do I do now?“
Mount the file system as root
From the great Droid Incredible rooting tutortial over jonamerica.com…
- Turn the phone off
- Reboot the phone by holding down the power button and down-volume button
- From the menu, select recovery
- After the phone boots into recovery mode, select partitions
- Select mount /system
- Now, from your machine (with the android sdk tools installed) execute “adb shell”
- Now your are connected with root access
I had trouble with the Android Wifi-Tether app on the app store so I downloaded the latest code from the Google Code homepage. Install, enable access control (so that you can approve/deny anyone connecting by MAC) and go!
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