101 thoughts on “SuperOneClick 2.0 Beta 1

    1. Compubyte

      HEY GUYS.. I JUST DOWNLOADED THIS 2.0 .. AND IF IT WORKS ON MY PHONE.. I’M DONATING.. AND I REALLY HOPE YOU GUYS ARE ALL DONATING SOMETHING OR OTHER .. IN MY BOOK IT’S THE ONLY WAY TO KEEP HIM MAKING MORE UPDATES.. KUDO’S TO THE MAKER OF THIS ONE CLICK ROOT APP!!! THANK YOU.. AND LOOK FOR MY DONATION ..

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  1. joseph

    Hey, is there any chance the version will work on samsung galaxy tab 7s from sprint? They are on 2.3.4 firmware and the current (non beta) super 1 click crashes when I try it.

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      1. eddy58

        hey cant root my g2x 2.3.3 maybe because ginger was just released for it?, 2.0 beta does not function either says “remount failed” after step six of rooting and 1.9 just keeps looping any ideas?

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  2. ken

    hello~
    I worry about ROOT failed, mobile phone does not work

    SuperOneClick 2.0 can be used in Galaxy Tab P1000 2.3.3?

    Hope to get the answer >.<

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    1. cpearson93

      Try to unplug the cable and turn Debugging off. Plug in the phone and wait for Superoneclick to do it’s work! Then, when it freezes again simply unplug the cable, turn debugging ON and plug the phone into the computer. Good Luck!!

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    1. Ory

      Tried disconnecting and reconnecting while the program was frozen. it unfroze and kept going, but still failed :

      Getting mount path…
      /dev/block/stl9
      OK

      Remounting /system with read-write access…
      mount: Operation not permitted
      FAILED

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  3. Sspuds

    Hi, looks like a great program and i tried it on my SGS GT-I9000, its running Android 2.3.3 XWJVH – it stops on Step#5 so at this point I disconnected the USB cable, turned off USB debugging and it moves onto step 6 – again its stops. So repeated disconnecting the cable and activating USB debugging and it moves on to step 7 and installed busybody temporarily. However it failed to remount with read/write access, I’ll try more combinations later or let it run longer maybe I’m doing something really wrong. Thanks

    SuperOneClick v2.0.0.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…
    OK
    Starting ADB Server…
    * daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
    * daemon started successfully *
    OK
    Waiting for device…
    OK
    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    samsung
    OK
    Getting model…
    GT-I9000
    OK
    Getting version…
    XWJVH
    OK
    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK
    Rooting device… – Step #1
    OK
    Rooting device… – Step #2
    OK
    Rooting device… – Step #3
    278 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.059s)
    OK
    Rooting device… – Step #4
    OK
    Rooting device… – Step #5
    $ cd /data/local/tmp/
    $ ./gingerbreak
    [**] Gingerbreak/Honeybomb — android 2.[2,3], 3.0 softbreak
    [**] (C) 2010-2011 The Android Exploid Crew. All rights reserved.
    [**] Kudos to jenzi, the #brownpants-party, the Open Source folks,
    [**] Zynamics for ARM skills and Onkel Budi
    [**] donate to 7-4-3-C@web.de if you like
    [**] Exploit may take a while!
    [+] Plain Gingerbread mode!
    [+] Found PT_DYNAMIC of size 232 (29 entries)
    [+] Found GOT: 0×00024404
    [+] Using device /devices/platform/s3c-sdhci.0/mmc_host/mmc0
    [*] vold: 0000 GOT start: 0×00024404 GOT end: 0×00024444
    OK
    Rooting device… – Step #6
    OK
    Rooting device… – Step #7
    OK
    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    484 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 2.141s)
    OK
    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2
    OK
    Getting mount path…
    /dev/block/stl9
    OK
    Remounting /system with read-write access…
    mount: Operation not permitted
    FAILED

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  4. JT

    Worked on T-Mobile Galaxy Tab SGH-T849 (firm: 2.2, build: FROYO.UVJJB). There were some issues with rooting. Unplugging and plugging back in got the app to complete the rooting whereas it was stuck on “waiting for device” before. Super Manager also had issues with enabling root function. Enabling the Superuser App and going back to Super Manager fixed the enabling root issue. After that everything worked great! Thank you so much!

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  5. Jordi

    Same problem as Sspads:
    Remounting /system with read-write access…
    mount: Operation not permitted
    FAILED

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  6. Jordi

    This were the messages. After not responding on step #5 I turned debugging off and on and it continued. Model: Nexus One Gingerbread 2.3.4. GRJ22

    SuperOneClick v2.0.0.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK

    Starting ADB Server…
    * daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
    * daemon started successfully *

    OK

    Waiting for device…

    OK

    2.3.4
    Getting manufacturer…
    HTC
    OK

    Getting model…
    Nexus One
    OK

    Getting version…
    85805
    OK

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    684 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.024s)

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #5
    $ cd /data/local/tmp/

    $ ./GingerBreak

    [**] Gingerbreak/Honeybomb — android 2.[2,3], 3.0 softbreak

    [**] (C) 2010-2011 The Android Exploid Crew. All rights reserved.

    [**] Kudos to jenzi, the #brownpants-party, the Open Source folks,

    [**] Zynamics for ARM skills and Onkel Budi

    [**] donate to 7-4-3-C@web.de if you like

    [**] Exploit may take a while!

    [+] Plain Gingerbread mode!

    [+] Found PT_DYNAMIC of size 232 (29 entries)

    [+] Found GOT: 0×00014344

    [+] Using device /devices/platform/goldfish_mmc.0

    [*] vold: 0000 GOT start: 0×00014344 GOT end: 0×00014384

    ￿
    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    1186 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.875s)

    OK

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK

    Getting mount path…
    /dev/block/mtdblock3
    OK

    Remounting /system with read-write access…
    mount: Operation not permitted
    FAILED

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  7. Jay

    The Gingerbreak will not work like this, you have to modify the source. Unless you did, but from the looks of it you have not. You are using the original gingerbreak soft break in order to gain root.

    You need to set up the source to for Gingerbreak to launch a .sh script that you push to the phone as well. This way it will run the .sh script as a Root user and be able to mount remount and mv or cat the su and superuser.apk to the correct locations, this is why it either locks up, or freeze’s or its fail rate is high because Gignerbreak is used in a different matter.

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    1. shortfuse Post author

      Actually, I think I’m closing the connection after rooting assuming I’d have root after restarting ADB (a la psneuter). I’ve never had a physical device running 2.3.3 to test. I’ll look into the code. Thanks!

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      1. Jay

        Closing the connection wouldn’t matter. The problem is unlike most soft breaks witch will give you #root until you restart gingerbreak is designed to only give you #root while in shell. Once you leave shell and try adb shell again you will not be rooted. If you would like I can email you a modified one so that you can see how it works. This is the reason that it locks the program up is because it never actually kill’s adb and gives you #root. It keeps you in a shell with root access.

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        1. shortfuse Post author

          I think I got it. The runExploit function I created isn’t really polished. I did manually close the connection. Closing the connection wouldn’t actually be a problem if I did what I was supposed to. I never really checked the source. (until now)

          remount_data("/data");
          chown(sh, 0, 0);
          chmod(sh, 04711);
          exit(0);

          I’m supposed to include an ‘sh’ file to execute after

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  8. david

    OMG!!!! i messed up… i returned my droid 1 to stock, and then tried super one click, but it freezes every time on “waiting for device” what can i do???

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  9. crock

    claims to have rooted, but apps can’t get root access….should the phone do anything while the rooting is taking place?

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  10. Kieran Cosgrave

    Remounting /system with read-write access…
    mount: Operation not permitted
    FAILED

    Answer: Use in psneuter.. worked for me! :D

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    1. wayne

      Thanks i have been reading for hours looking for a solution to this and i thought putting it in psneuter would solve the problem but i wasnt sure thanks again for the conformation!!! it works!!!!!!!!!!!

      Reply
  11. Uchikoma

    Hi, I appreciate the work you put into this and have used Superoneclick to root my Samsung Tab 7 before. However, I’ve just upgraded to 2.3.3 which is XWJP9 and Superoneclick now hangs at step 5.

    Thanks for all your hard work!

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    1. Roberto

      For me have smae problem, it seem get freeze, and not any msg… but it want you disconect and connect again the usb… and it continues…

      bye.

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    2. Roberto

      For me have smae problem, it seem get freeze, and not any msg… but it want you disconect and connect again the usb… and it continues…

      bye.

      Reply
  12. sen

    It’s a no go on the Samsung Galaxy S Plus (i9001) running on 2.3.3 Firmware version XXKF4

    It freezes on “Rooting device…. -Step #5″
    (I did the oneclickroot update first)

    Sorry for double post, wanted to add some more info for you.

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  13. friednooodles

    SuperOneClick v2.0.0.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK

    Starting ADB Server…
    * daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
    * daemon started successfully *

    OK

    Waiting for device…

    OK

    2.11
    Getting manufacturer…
    Sony Ericsson
    OK

    Getting model…
    X10a
    OK

    Getting version…
    -X_d
    OK

    Checking if rooted…
    True
    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    525 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.031s)

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #5
    $ cd /data/local/tmp/

    $ ./gingerbreak

    [**] Gingerbreak/Honeybomb — android 2.[2,3], 3.0 softbreak

    [**] (C) 2010-2011 The Android Exploid Crew. All rights reserved.

    [**] Kudos to jenzi, the #brownpants-party, the Open Source folks,

    [**] Zynamics for ARM skills and Onkel Budi

    [**] donate to 7-4-3-C@web.de if you like

    [**] Exploit may take a while!

    [+] Plain Gingerbread mode!

    [+] Found system: 0xafe12f69 strcmp: 0xafe1bef5

    [+] Found PT_DYNAMIC of size 240 (30 entries)

    [+] Found GOT: 0x000121d8

    [-] No vold.fstab found. Using default.

    [*] vold: 1079 GOT start: 0x000121d8 GOT end: 0×00012218

    ￿
    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    851 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 1.218s)

    OK

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK

    Getting mount path…
    /dev/block/mtdblock2
    OK

    Remounting /system with read-write access…
    mount: Operation not permitted
    FAILED

    =( Sony X10 2.1

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  14. CptCheese

    Hi, the root isn’t wanting to work on my device. I’m using a Samsung Captivate running Android 2.2, and nothing newer. I’ve tried all sorts of things, but it errors on “waiting for device” and spits out the error “error: more than one device and emulator” is there anything I can do to try to get this to work on my phone? I’m also running Windows XP, but have access to Ubuntu 11.04 and Kubuntu 10.10.

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    1. CptCheese

      Actually, I just tried it on my laptop, and the root process worked. But now when I try to allow 3rd party market apps, it freezes on getting settings.db location. Is there something I’m missing? busybox and such is installed, so I’m not sure what the problem is.

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  15. Bud Griffin

    Same as Kieran said above. Had the same problem with hanging on Step 5, changed exploit to psneuter (ignored the warning message) and worked for me too.

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  16. Richard

    Can it work on Motorola Defy 2.2.2? I use v2. Beta 1 in this morning, and I can not root my mobile. And I tried v1.9.5 and v1.7, they also can not root my Android mobile.

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  17. astonishing

    I use Microsoft XP, Sony Ericsson X10 mini pro (U20i), 2.1 update.
    SuperOneClick 2.0 Beta seemed fell into a loop when it comes to rooting stage 4.
    So I switched back to SuperOneClick 1.7.0, successfully rooted!

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  18. Roberto

    Same problem here with a Huawei U8650…
    Remounting /system with read-write access…
    mount: Operation not permitted
    FAILED

    How I get power to mount and unmount if my phone it is not yet rooted?

    thanks.

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  19. kate

    i have the same problem as other people… superoneclick stops responding at step#5… hope this will be fixed soon >_<

    Phone: samsung galaxy S
    OS: 2.3.3 gingerbread…

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  20. Fitzelgard

    OK

    2.3.4
    Getting manufacturer…
    samsung
    OK

    Getting model…
    GT-I9003
    OK

    Getting version…
    XXKPE
    OK

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK

    Could not load type ‘AdbInterface.AdbCommands.RunExploit’ from assembly ‘AdbInterface, Version=1.0.1.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null’.
    FAILED

    Sadface

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  22. jeff

    I tried the newest version of SuperOneClick on my Viewpad 4, but no luck so far, always FAILED at the very end.. really wish I can root my orphan phone, there are literally no discussions for this phone on the internet so I’m pretty much stuck. I guess this phone is just too damn new. Will donate gratefully if I can root viewpad 4. Thanks in advance!

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  23. FONG

    X10 can’t root. it stuck in “Checking if rooted ‘ and the result is false. there is the log
    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK

    can’t load type ‘AdbInterface.AdbCommands.RunExploit’ from the module
    ‘AdbInterface, Version=1.0.1.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null’
    FAILED

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  25. Thomas

    Don’T work on Sony Ericsson XPeria X10i =(

    SuperOneClick v2.0.0.0
    Checking drivers…
    Failed
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK

    Starting ADB Server…
    * daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
    * daemon started successfully *

    OK

    Waiting for device…

    OK

    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    Sony Ericsson
    OK

    Getting model…
    X10i
    OK

    Getting version…
    tB_P
    OK

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    133 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.123s)

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #5
    $ cd /data/local/tmp/

    $ ./gingerbreak

    [**] Gingerbreak/Honeybomb — android 2.[2,3], 3.0 softbreak

    [**] (C) 2010-2011 The Android Exploid Crew. All rights reserved.

    [**] Kudos to jenzi, the #brownpants-party, the Open Source folks,

    [**] Zynamics for ARM skills and Onkel Budi

    [**] donate to 7-4-3-C@web.de if you like

    [**] Exploit may take a while!

    [+] Plain Gingerbread mode!

    [+] Found system: 0xafd17ec1 strcmp: 0xafd37b55

    [+] Found PT_DYNAMIC of size 232 (29 entries)

    [+] Found GOT: 0×00014344

    [+] Using device /devices/platform/msm_sdcc.1/mmc_host/mmc0

    [*] vold: 1061 GOT start: 0×00014344 GOT end: 0×00014384

    ￿
    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    2627 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.395s)

    OK

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK

    Getting mount path…
    /dev/block/mtdblock2
    OK

    Remounting /system with read-write access…
    mount: Operation not permitted
    FAILED

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  26. Jorge

    and the rest of the others I have stopped at point 5 with a version 2.3.4 my nexus one are you working on it?
    greetings and thank you very much

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  27. Robert

    For the beta I had to specifically pick psneuter in order to root the phone. It locked up at changing mode otherwise. Android 2.1 stock UCKJ6 for Samsung Captivate.

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  28. Terrence

    I have g2x android OTA 2.3.3 installed, I would like to know if the root will be ready in the near future?

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  30. Rocco

    Failed on Samsung Droid Charge
    ==========================

    Waiting for device…

    OK

    2.2.1
    Getting manufacturer…
    Samsung
    OK

    Getting model…
    SCH-I510
    OK

    Getting version…
    EE4
    OK

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK

    Could not load type ‘AdbInterface.AdbCommands.RunExploit’ from assembly ‘AdbInterface, Version=1.2.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null’.
    FAILED

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  33. Markian

    Doesn’t work on xperia play 2.3.3

    SuperOneClick v2.0.0.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK

    Starting ADB Server…
    * daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
    * daemon started successfully *

    OK

    Waiting for device…

    OK

    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    Sony Ericsson
    OK

    Getting model…
    R800i
    OK

    Getting version…
    j_b_3w
    OK

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    1530 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.010s)

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #5
    $ cd /data/local/tmp/

    $ ./gingerbreak

    [**] Gingerbreak/Honeybomb — android 2.[2,3], 3.0 softbreak

    [**] (C) 2010-2011 The Android Exploid Crew. All rights reserved.

    [**] Kudos to jenzi, the #brownpants-party, the Open Source folks,

    [**] Zynamics for ARM skills and Onkel Budi

    [**] donate to 7-4-3-C@web.de if you like

    [**] Exploit may take a while!

    [+] Plain Gingerbread mode!

    [+] Found PT_DYNAMIC of size 232 (29 entries)

    [+] Found GOT: 0×00014344

    [+] Using device /devices/platform/goldfish_mmc.0

    [*] vold: 0000 GOT start: 0×00014344 GOT end: 0×00014384

    ￿
    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    3837 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.270s)

    OK

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK

    Getting mount path…
    /dev/block/mtdblock0
    OK

    Remounting /system with read-write access…
    mount: Operation not permitted
    FAILED

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  35. dodo

    how can i make the root is false
    cuz when i make checking if rooted … give me true not false so heeeeeeeeeeeeelp me make it false

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