Okay guys, the weekend is coming up and I should be able to work on adding compatibility. Post your
as reported by SuperOneClick v2.1.1 and if rooting does or doesn’t work for you.
Just so you know, most Samsung and Sony Ericsson devices running 2.3.3 won’t be able to root with GingerBreak and will need a custom solution. All 2.3.4 devices need a custom root method. The current custom solution list are:
Yeah, yeah. I know, I keep saying I’ve fixed it, but this time I’ve attached proof.
If you use GingerBreak, make sure you have a microSD inserted if possible. Also, make sure your removable storage isn’t mounted.
Okay, so I fixed GingerBreak, but broke getting the /system mount path. Fix soon…
Btw, I have a device to test with now!
Here it is, v2.1 with GingerBreak fixed:
Edit: Made a quick update. Either redownload the zip file or update it from SuperOneClick
I’ve been reading more and more and it seems as thought you have to have an SD card inserted in your device for Gingerbreak to work. Can anybody confirm this?
Also, Gingerbreak isn’t guaranteed to work on all 2.3.3 devices (like Xperia X10)
Edit: GingerBreak works best with an external SD but I’m not sure if it’s required. I’m testing with an Android emulator running 2.3.1 and I’ve narrowed down the issue. It’s the way I handle returning from executing the exploit. I’m fixing it now. Expect an update later tonight.