Defy rsdlite error code group 32

defy rsdlite error code group 32

[GUIDE] All-In-One Defy Beginner's Guide - Xda-Developers - Free download as too long and RSD Lite throws errors not allowing the phone to be Flashed. the error occurs "error verifying code group 33 checksums"? Tried with RSD Lite and Ubuntu, the error occurs in the same location. Have you pushed this short named SBF in the main Folder of RSD Lite? 09/21/13 10:59:08 ERROR: Phone[0000]: Error verifying Code Group 31 checksums.

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INTERNAL ERROR IN MINGW32_GT_PCH_USE_ADDRESS MULTICHARTS
Defy rsdlite error code group 32
Defy rsdlite error code group 32
Defy rsdlite error code group 32
Fatal error inserting ip_tables operation not permitted
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tambien podes probar estos comandos en modo fasboot
fastboot oem fb_mode_set
fastboot flash partition gpt.bin
fastboot flash bootloader bootloader.img
fastboot flash logo logo.bin
fastboot flash boot boot.img
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
fastboot flash dsp adspso.bin
fastboot flash oem oem.img
fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.0
fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.1
fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.2
fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.3
fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.4
fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.5
fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.6
fastboot flash modem NON-HLOS.bin
fastboot erase modemst1
fastboot erase modemst2
fastboot flash fsg fsg.mbn
fastboot erase cache
fastboot erase userdata
fastboot erase customize
fastboot erase clogo
fastboot oem fb_mode_clear
fastboot oem lock
fastboot oem lock
fastboot flash oem oem.img
fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.0
fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.1
fastboot flash defy rsdlite error code group 32 system.img_sparsechunk.2
fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.3
fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.4
fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.5
fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.6
fastboot flash boot boot.img
fastboot oem lock


prove los siguientes comandos y me dio esto:

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash logo logo.bin
target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes
sending 'logo' (2186 KB).
OKAY [ 0.077s]
writing 'logo'.
(bootloader) Failed to erase partition
(bootloader) Failed to flash partition logo
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 0.186s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash boot boot.img
target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes
sending 'boot' (16384 KB).
OKAY [ 0.479s]
writing 'boot'.
(bootloader) Image boot failed validation
(bootloader) Preflash validation failed
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 0.713s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes
sending 'recovery' (20580 KB).
OKAY [ 0.596s]
writing 'recovery'.
(bootloader) Image recovery failed validation
(bootloader) Preflash validation failed
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 0.865s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash dsp adspso.bin
target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes
sending 'dsp' (16384 KB).
OKAY [ 0.451s]
writing 'dsp'.
(bootloader) Failed to erase partition
(bootloader) Failed to flash partition dsp
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 0.548s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash oem oem.img
target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes
sending 'oem' (94799 KB).
OKAY [ 2.574s]
writing 'oem'.
(bootloader) Image o failed validation
(bootloader) Invalid signed image
(bootloader) Preflash validation failed
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 2.714s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.0
target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes
sending 'system' (509531 KB).
OKAY [ 13.743s]
writing 'system'.
(bootloader) Image s failed validation
(bootloader) Invalid signed image
(bootloader) Preflash validation failed
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 13.913s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.1
target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes
sending 'system' (508567 KB).
OKAY [ 13.714s]
writing 'system'.
(bootloader) Invalid signed image
(bootloader) Preflash validation failed
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 13.813s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.2
target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes
sending 'system' (523388 KB).
OKAY [ 14.086s]
writing 'system'.
(bootloader) Invalid signed image
(bootloader) Preflash validation failed
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 14.173s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.3
target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes
sending 'system' (505618 KB).
OKAY [ 13.599s]
writing 'system'.
(bootloader) Invalid signed image
(bootloader) Preflash validation failed
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 13.691s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.4
target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes
sending 'system' (445596 KB).
OKAY [ 12.029s]
writing 'system'.
(bootloader) Invalid signed image
(bootloader) Preflash validation failed
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 12.121s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.5
error: cannot load 'system.img_sparsechunk.5'

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.6
error: cannot load 'system.img_sparsechunk.6'

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash modem NON-HLOS.bin
target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes
sending 'modem' (75156 KB).
OKAY [ 2.021s]
writing 'modem'.
(bootloader) Failed to erase partition
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 2.118s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot erase modemst1
erasing 'modemst1'.
(bootloader) Failed to erase partition
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 0.079s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot erase modemst2
erasing 'modemst2'.
(bootloader) Failed to erase partition
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 0.070s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash fsg fsg.mbn
target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes
sending 'fsg' (2484 KB).
OKAY [ 0.084s]
writing 'fsg'.
(bootloader) Failed to erase partition
(bootloader) Failed to flash partition fsg
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 0.184s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot erase cache
erasing 'cache'.
(bootloader) Failed to erase partition
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 0.048s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot erase userdata
erasing 'userdata'.
(bootloader) Failed to erase partition
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 0.071s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot erase customize
erasing 'customize'.
(bootloader) Permission denied
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 0.031s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot erase clogo
erasing 'clogo'.
(bootloader) Permission denied
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 0.052s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot oem fb_mode_clear
.
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 0.051s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot oem lock
.
(bootloader) Not in unlocked state
OKAY [ 0.020s]
finished. total time: 0.028s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot oem lock
.
(bootloader) Not in unlocked state
OKAY [ 0.020s]
finished. total time: 0.030s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash oem oem.img
target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes
sending 'oem' (94799 KB).
OKAY [ 2.553s]
writing 'oem'.
(bootloader) Image o failed validation
(bootloader) Invalid signed image
(bootloader) Preflash validation failed
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 2.709s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.0
target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes
sending 'system' (509531 KB).
OKAY [ 13.684s]
writing 'system'.
(bootloader) Image s failed validation
(bootloader) Invalid signed image
(bootloader) Preflash validation failed
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 16.999s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.1
target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes
sending 'system' (508567 KB).
OKAY [ 13.730s]
writing 'system'.
(bootloader) Invalid signed image
(bootloader) Preflash validation failed
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 13.783s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.2
target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes
sending 'system' (523388 KB).
OKAY [ 14.223s]
writing 'system'.
(bootloader) Invalid signed image
(bootloader) Preflash validation failed
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 14.285s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.3
target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes
sending 'system' (505618 KB).
OKAY [ 13.782s]
writing 'system'.
(bootloader) Invalid signed image
(bootloader) Preflash validation failed
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 13.844s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.4
target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes
sending 'system' (445596 KB).
OKAY [ 12.145s]
writing 'system'.
(bootloader) Invalid signed image
(bootloader) Preflash validation failed
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 12.208s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.5
error: cannot load 'system.img_sparsechunk.5'

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.6
error: cannot load 'system.img_sparsechunk.6'

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot flash boot boot.img
target reported max download size of 536870912 bytes
sending 'boot' (16384 KB).
OKAY [ 0.473s]
writing 'boot'.
(bootloader) Image boot failed validation
(bootloader) Preflash validation failed
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 0.691s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>fastboot oem lock
.
(bootloader) Not in unlocked state
OKAY [ 0.021s]
finished. total time: 0.021s

C:\Users\7helipe\Downloads\POTTER_NPNS25.137-78-4_cid50_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulato
ry-DEFAULT_CFC.xml>
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The Complete Guide To Rooting Any Android Phone

  • Acer Liquid Metal
  • Dell Streak
  • HTC Magic (Sapphire) 32B
  • LG Optimus 2x
  • Motorola Defy
  • Motorola Flipout
  • Motorola Milestone
  • Motorola Milestone 2
  • Nexus One
  • Samsung Galaxy Ace. Note: SuperOneClick only works on the Galaxy Ace running 2.2.1 and below. If you have 2.3 or above on your phone, you’ll need to follow the steps at this XDA thread to root your phone.
  • Samsung Galaxy S
  • Samsung Galaxy S II
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab
  • Sony Ericsson Xperia X8
  • Sony Ericsson Xperia X10
  • However, it should work on many more. Forum threads abound on the internet where people claim it works with other devices, and they just haven’t been added to the “official” list. With that in mind, I’d recommend checking the rest of the methods on this page before you try SuperOneClick, to see if your phone already has an alternative method.

    Also, if you want to double-check that SuperOneClick will work with your phone, a quick Google (e.g. ) will probably reveal whether it’s compatible.

    What You’ll Need

    • A Windows PC: SuperOneClick has ports for Mac and Linux, but it’s pretty complicated to get it working. I haven’t used it myself, but you can check out its XDA Developers thread for more information. For the purposes of this guide, defy rsdlite error code group 32, we’ll assume you have a working Windows PC to get this working. If you don’t have one, borrow one from a friend — after all, you’ll only need it once.
    • The USB Drivers for Your Phone: In order for your phone to fully communicate with your PC, you’ll need its USB drivers. To get them head to your phone’s manufacturer’s website and search for them on the Support page, defy rsdlite error code group 32. Note: You can now grab an automatic driver installer at the SuperOneClick page on XDA and skip this step — though you can always download the drivers yourself if you so choose.
    • Previously mentionedSuperOneClick: This is the Windows program that will root your phone. It’s portable, so just download it and unzip it somewhere safe — no installation necessary.

    The Process

    First, find, download and install the USB drivers for your particular phone, if necessary. You can generally do a Google search for your device’s drivers, but you can just head to your manufacturer’s website too (e.g. HTC users will head to HTC’s website) and navigate to your device’s support page. Go ahead and install the drivers once they’re downloaded. Note: Again, you can now grab an automatic driver installer from SuperOneClick’s XDA page defy rsdlite error code group 32 skip this step if you so choose.

    Next, make sure your phone is in USB Debugging mode. Head to Settings > Applications > Development, and check the USB Debugging box at the top.

    Once you’ve done all that, start up SuperOneClick. Plug in your phone (make sure NOT to mount the SD card), and hit the defy rsdlite error code group 32 button to root your phone — it’s that simple. When it finishes, you’ll see a message that says “Root files have been installed!” Hit Yes if it asks you to run a test, and if everything went according to plan, it should confirm that you have root permissions. You can now close out of the app.

    To double check and make sure everything went well, when you open up your app drawer you should see an app called “Superuser”. If so, you’re good to go! You can now flash custom ROMs, run root-only apps and more. See the “What Now?” section below for more ideas.

    Certain HTC Phones: The Unrevoked Method

    If you’re running an HTC phone from 2010 and earlier, chances are you’ll need to use the Unrevoked tool. More specifically, Unrevoked roots the following phones:

    If you have an HTC phone that isn’t supported by either method, Unrevoked may be working on support for it — they’re still actively developing the program and doing a great job. It usually takes them a few months, but once they get it up and running, it’s worth it. Unrevoked’s one-click method is a ton easier than the manual hacking you’ll have to do if you want root access right after a phone is released.

    What You’ll Need

    • A Computer: Thankfully, Unrevoked is available for Windows, Mac and Linux. So as long as you have a PC handy, you can run it.
    • Previously mentionedUnrevoked3: When you head to Unrevoked’s website, you’ll see a list of phones. Click on yours, and you’ll probably be presented with two options — for a traditional root, you’ll want to make sure you download the “Unrevoked3” tool, not “Unrevoked Forever”. It will automatically detect your operating system (Windows, Mac or Linux), so just hit the download link to grab the appropriate version.
    • HBOOT Drivers (Windows only): Windows users using Unrevoked will need to install a few drivers to get it working properly. Mac and Linux versions should be a plug-and-go affair.

    If you’re running Windows, defy rsdlite error code group 32, the first thing you’ll want to do is install the Unrevoked modified USB drivers (Mac and Linux users can skip the next two paragraphs). Download the drivers from this page, and extract them somewhere you’ll remember. Turn off your phone, then reboot into the HBOOT menu by holding the volume down button and then holding power. You should boot into a white screen. Plug your phone into your computer via USB, and wait for your phone to canon super g3 system error e225 HBOOT USB PLUG.

    When it does, head to Start and search for Device Manager. Start it up and head to “Other Devices”, where you’ll see an “Android 1.0” device. Right click on it and hit Update Driver Software. Click “Browse my computer for driver software” and navigate to the folder you extracted earlier. Hit next and let error code 87 delphi install. If you get any warnings, just hit OK. When you’re done, and you should see the Device Manager now lists an Android Phone with “Android Bootloader Interface” under it.

    Next, make sure your phone is in USB Debugging mode. Head to Settings > Applications > Development, and check the USB Debugging box at the top.

    Now, start up the Unrevoked tool and plug in your phone (again, defy rsdlite error code group 32, make sure to hit “charge only”). It should do everything for you automatically. Make sure you wait until Unrevoked says “Done” before unplugging your phone. If you open up your app drawer and see an app called “Superuser Permissions”, you’re done and can continue to flash custom ROMs, use root only apps and more (see the “What Now?” section for more inspiration).

    Newer HTC Phones: The Revolutionary Method

    From the makers of Unrevoked comes Revolutionary, a great new tool that unlocks the bootloader of many new HTC phones. This won’t actually root your phone, but after unlocking the bootloader, you can flash ClockworkMod Recovery and then flash a ROM of your error injection uo, meaning you can flash a ROM that gives you root access. Currently, Revolutionary is in developer preview, but you can download it and try it on these supported phones:

    What You’ll Need

    • A computer: You’ll need either a Windows or Linux computer to run Revolutionary.
    • Revolutionary: At the bottom of the page, you’ll see downloads for both Windows and Linux. After you click on one, you’ll be asked to name your phone, your HBOOT version, and enter your serial number, which will give you a beta key allowing you to use the program. You can find both your HBOOT version and serial number after you start up the program.
    • HTC Fastboot Drivers (Windows only): Windows users using Revolutionary will need to install a few drivers to get it working properly. Linux users won’t need these.

    The Process

    To unlock and root your phone with Revolutionary, first download the program as described above and extract the files to your desktop. If you’re on Windows, grab the HTC Fastboot drivers and install them as well. On your phone, head to Settings > Applications > Development, and make sure USB Debugging is turned on. Plug in your phone, and make sure it’s set to “Charge Defy rsdlite error code group 32 up Revolutionary and make not of your HBOOT version. Head back to Revolutionary’s download page and pick your HBOOT version from the drop-down menu. The Revolutionary command prompt window should also list your serial number; copy that and paste it into the beta key box. Hit OK, copy your beta key, defy rsdlite error code group 32, and then paste it into the command prompt. Revolutionary will root the phone, and reboot it a few times — just let it do its thing.

    When it prompts you to download ClockworkMod Recovery, type Y and press Enter. If all goes well, it should flash ClockworkMod Raid 1 error occurred 0 to your device, which allows you to root your phone and flash custom ROMs. Again, this will take a while; let your phone work. If it doesn’t work, you should error in error handling able to flash ClockworkMod by downloading ROM Manager from the Android Market and flashing it from the top option on the app’s home screen.

    When all that’s done, you still need to gain root access to your phone. Download this ZIP file and put it on defy rsdlite error code group 32 root of your SD card (without extracting it). Shut down your phone, and boot it up into HBOOT. Usually this means holding the volume down button and then pressing the power button, though it may differ from phone to phone. Choose Recovery from the menu (using your volume rocker) and press the power button to enter ClockworkMod.

    Once inside ClockworkMod, choose “Install ZIP from SD Card”, then pick “Choose ZIP from SD Card”. Choose the ZIP file you just added to your SD card, and let it do its thing. When you’re done, head back to the main menu and choose “Reboot System Now”. Once you’ve rebooted, check your app drawer for the Superuser app. If it’s there, you’ve achieved root, and you can get on to the really fun stuff (see the “What Now?” section at the bottom for ideas).

    Newer Motorola Phones: The Pete Method

    As you’ve undoubtedly heard, Motorola has gotten pretty controlling with its most recent phones, defy rsdlite error code group 32, so SuperOneClick no longer works if you’ve updated Android to 2.3 Gingerbread, defy rsdlite error code group 32. Luckily, in an attempt to root his Droid 3, developer Pete created a program that roots a number of Motorola phones, after which you can remove bloat and do whatever else you want to them (though certain phones may have a harder time flashing custom ROMs and kernels — you’ll need to search for specific methods related to your phone). Phones known to work with Pete’s Root Tool are:

    Motorola Milestone 2

    We haven’t tested this one ourselves, so we won’t go through the detailed process here. Hit the link below to download the program and see how it works.

    [Pete’s Motorola Root Tools]

    Rooting the HTC Desire Z

    The Complete Guide To Rooting Any Android Phone

    The Desire Z is a special case. If you’re running 2.3 or above, you need to downgrade your phone back to 2.2 using this very involved method, then use a tool called Visionary to give it temporary root, and then go through a bit of manual hacking to make that root permanent. None of the Lifehacker editors have a Desire Z to test this on, but you can airdrop pylorcon error do you the link below to try it out for yourself. I’d also recommend heading over to The Unlockr for their video of the first step, using Visionary.

    [XDA Developers]

    Rooting the Motorola Atrix

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    The Atrix now has an unlockable bootloader, meaning root is fairly easy to achieve. You’ll need to unlock your phone first (if you have Gingerbread already, skip to step 6), after which you can flash the ClockworkMod recovery and then flash a rooted version of the stock Gingerbread ROM. Alternatively, you can root it with some terminal commands, though it’s a bit more complicated and the Atrix guides at XDA Developers are pretty bad. Also defy rsdlite error code group 32 out how Elly did it on Gizmodo Australia. Hit the links below for a guide to each step in the process.

    Unlock Motorola Atrix 4G Bootloader, Install ClockworkMod Recovery, Root the Motorola Atrix 4G [AddictiveTips]

    Rooting the Samsung Galaxy Nexus

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    Rooting the Galaxy Nexus is a simple matter of unlocking the bootloader and installing the proper superuser binaries. You have quite a few options, including a fairly simple flashing method that you can read about at the link below.

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    Rooting the Samsung Galaxy S II

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    Rooting the Galaxy S II is fairly easy, as long as you have a Windows PC handy. Like its predecessor, the Galaxy S, the Galaxy S II has many variants, meaning there’s no one rooting method that will work for everyone. Your rooting method will depend on which carrier you’re on, as well as what country you’re in. Non-US users with the i9100 version of the phone can check out this method. Be extra sure you’re following a guide for your specific device — most guides will have country codes that can help you find the right one.

    For now, most of the guides require that you have the Samsung drivers for Windows and a program called Odin, which you’ll find in the guide for your phone. Odin will flash the ClockworkMod recovery to your phone, which you can use to push the Superuser app to your device, which gives you root access. You can then also flash ROMs and other things from ClockworkMod, if you so desire.

    For more information, check out the All Things Root guides for the international Galaxy S II over at Android Forums. [imgclear]

    What Now?

    Now, the world is your oyster. Here are some things you can do:

    Troubleshooting Problems

    If you run into a problem rooting or flashing a ROM on your phone, we’ve written a guide to troubleshooting an almost-bricked Android phone. Be sure to check that out, as well as the instructions below on how to unroot your phone if worst comes to worst.

    Unrooting Your Phone

    If, in the end, you decide you want to go back to your over-the-air updates, stock ROM and unrooted goodness, you can unroot your phone. The defy rsdlite error code group 32 is a bit different for every manufacturer and every device, but these guidelines should get you on the right track.

    This will return it to exactly how it was when you bought it from the store. You’ll lose all your apps, settings, ClockworkMod recovery and you’ll get over-the-air updates again.

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    For Motorola Phones: If you have a Motorola phone, you’ll need to use RSD Lite, the program that Motorola and its partnered carriers use to restore almost-bricked phones. RSD Lite isn’t exactly an official program open to the public, so you’ll have to Google around to find a version that works for you. You’ll also need an SBF file for your device, which is the original stock ROM that RSD Lite will flash to your phone. Google for this as well. RSD Lite only runs on Windows, so if you’re a Mac or Linux user, you’ll need a Windows partition or a friend with a Windows machine to help you out.

    For HTC Phones: HTC phones can flash stock ROMs, known as Defy rsdlite error code group 32, right from the phone’s bootloader. You’ll need to Google around for your device’s specific RUU file, but once you download it, save the ZIP file to your SD card and rename it (to something like PG05IMG.zip — the download page for the RUU file should specify which filename is required), booting up your phone should automatically flash the stock ROM from HBOOT, HTC’s bootloader. Check out the video at the left to see an example of this on the HTC Thunderbolt.

    For Samsung Phones: If you’re using a Samsung Galaxy phone, you can use a tool called Odin to reflash an OPS file, which is a stock ROM that will return your phone to factory settings. You’ll need a Windows machine and a copy of Odin, which you can ami bios error beeps by Googling around the net (as its not an official tool). Check out the video to the left to see an example of Odin, and check out The Unlockr’s guide to using Odin to familiarise yourself. You may need to Google defy rsdlite error code group 32 for your specific device’s OPS file and instructions.

    This guide should have you up and running with root permissions on nearly every Android phone out there. I can’t test every Android phone in existence, so your mileage may vary. Let us know how you go in the comments below.

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