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SuperOneClick v2.1.1 – GingerBreak support (for real this time)

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.

Download now!

305 thoughts on “SuperOneClick v2.1.1 – GingerBreak support (for real this time)

  1. Abtin

    Still getting stuck on step 6.

    I turn on debugging
    I plug my phone in
    I don’t activate usb mass storage mode
    i open superoneclick 2.1.1.
    i click root.
    stuck on step 6.

    Am I missing something?
    phone: LG-P999 (t-mobile g2x)
    version: 41fdc8a2

    (currently running android 2.3.3)
    Never been rooted before.

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      1. Abtin

        Ok I disabled USB debugging mode on my phone after it got stuck on step 6 and when I reactivated it, it seemed to continue
        but now it’s stuck on:
        “remounting /system with read-write access”

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        1. shortfuse Post author

          disabling usb debugging won’t help. how long did you wait? mine takes about 28-32 seconds. Also, are you sure you put a microSD card inside? does your phone start notifying “usb storage unmounted”?

          Reply
          1. Abtin

            I waited a few minutes. Yeah my phone has an 8gb micro sd card inside. I don’t see anything about “usb storage unmounted”

            When I plug my phone into the PC, it asks if I want to enable “USB Mass Storage Mode” and I don’t press ok because I assume that will mount the sd card.

          2. FTLTony

            Wow, this was the last POST by ShortBus, Though many are upset (and rightfully so), we really have no idea what has happened to ShortBus. So with that being said, ShortBus, If you just gave up and decided you were just done with this program, then you know that was wrong…
            But God forbid, Something has happened to ShortBus, I want to also say, that, you were very helpful in many ways to many people, which shows you wer a heck of a unselfish person, so “Thank You” and Good Luck,,,
            T

          1. Juri

            super one click is not working on samsung galaxy s gingerbread 2.3.3 until an update there are no way, probably when the fix is out gingerbread 2.3.4 will be out and the fix will be useless ahahah

      2. paranormal

        hello.. i also run it on windows 7 64bit and stuck evry time on step6. also i cant root the phone with nvflash :(

        lg-p990
        2.3.4
        v20L

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    1. Arald

      Were you able to root it? I downloaded the program today and I get stuck at step #6 – Galaxy S I9000M with android 2.3.3

      Reply
    2. Kshitij Bhatt

      not helping me

      my device stucks at 6sth step
      i have Spice csl Mi 410 aka Huwai ideos x6 at gingerbread 2.3.4 official rom

      Reply
  2. Brandon

    I did everything you said and it says:

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Failed
    Killing ADB Server…
    * server not running *

    OK 0.04s

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

    OK 4.06s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0.07s

    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    HTC
    OK 0.03s

    Getting model…
    PC36100
    OK 0.03s

    Getting version…
    61076
    OK 0.03s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0.06s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    1248 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.831s)

    OK 0.87s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK 0.12s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0.07s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    273 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.060s)

    OK 0.13s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 0.04s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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: 0×00014360

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

    [*] vold: 0000 GOT start: 0×00014360 GOT end: 0x000143a0

    OK 1.70s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 23.12s

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

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    1. TC

      You might have to disable the virus protection on your computer as it may detect SuperOneClick or the specific exploit as a virus and blocks the access to it.
      After disabling it during the rooting process it worked for me.

      Reply
  3. Dre

    Still no go on he G2X, version 41fdc8a2. Still hanging on step #6. I’ll check back tomorrow. Thanks Shortfuse!

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    1. Adayi

      guys try using psneuter on the superoneclick 2.1.1 and you are done .I just rooted my lg p999 from windmobile 10 min ago after being stock for several time using auto mode and gingerbreak.it s 100% success.thanks to the developer SHORTFUSE.
      goodluck guys!!!!!

      Reply
  4. Ern

    T-Mobile LG G2X with 2.3.3 here as well

    Having the same problem,
    Stops at Step #6 (waited almost 4 minutes)
    After turning USB debugging on and off it gets to Step #7
    After Step #7 it displays:

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

    Reply
    1. Ern

      Just letting you know I tried mounting the microSD and unmounting it as well as mounting and unmounting the phone memory. I tried it on a Windows 7 x32 and x64 version just for reference. Thanks for all your support!

      Reply
    2. Jamie

      i got stuck on step 5 and im really frustrated. i cant seem to get anything to work for me and ive tried multiple things to root it…
      any ideas?? :(

      Reply
  5. Abtin

    Same here.

    Just to be clear, I’m currently NOT mounting my sd card after plugging my phone into my PC. This is what I’m supposed to do right?

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      1. Greg

        “whenever you get to step 6 you turn debugging off and then on”

        shortfuse
        on August 1, 2011 at 11:33 pm said:
        “disabling usb debugging won’t help.”

        Reply
      2. Sprint

        off then on.

        Rooting device… – Step #6
        [**] 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: 0x6fd17ec1 strcmp: 0x6fd37b55
        [+] Found PT_DYNAMIC of size 232 (29 entries)
        [+] Found GOT: 0×00014344
        [+] Using device /devices/platform/goldfish_mmc.0
        [*] vold: 0108 GOT start: 0×00014344 GOT end: 0×00014384
        OK 30.52s

        Rooting device… – Step #7
        OK 26.02s

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

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  6. seeser

    I’m using Galaxy Tab with 2.3.3.
    I run /data/local/tmp/GingerBreak at adb shell but, freezed for 15 minutes.
    GingerBreak may not support my device.

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  7. seeser

    btw, I killed GingerBreak from adb shell, soc shows log below


    Rooting device… – Step #6
    [**] Gingerbreak/Honeybomb — android 2.[2,3], 3.0 softbreak

    [*] vold: 0067 GOT start: 0x0001b464 GOT end: 0x0001b4a4

    [1] Terminated ./GingerBreak
    OK 1865.76s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 0.04s

    I guess passed “Step #7″ devices may killed automatically by task killer or OS, but not passed #7 process. Thus, system couldn’t mount at r/w mode.

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  8. Xavier

    Stuck at
    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 10.06s

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

    2.3.3 OMKF2

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  9. gino

    No luck om Samsung Galaxy Si9000
    after step 5 I had to unplug and replug the usb connector

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 0,05s

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

    OK 4,13s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 34,05s

    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    samsung
    OK 0,03s

    Getting model…
    GT-I9000
    OK 0,03s

    Getting version…
    XWJVH
    OK 0,04s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0,06s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    1877 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.553s)

    OK 0,62s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0,03s

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK 0,04s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0,03s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    288 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.057s)

    OK 0,16s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 0,03s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0,01s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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 69,42s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 9,05s

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

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  10. POWERK

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Failed
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 1.88s

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

    OK 4.14s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0.02s

    2.2.2
    Getting manufacturer…
    FIH
    OK 0.08s

    Getting model…
    MUCHTEL-A2
    OK 0.08s

    Getting version…
    0014_3_440
    OK 0.08s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0.16s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    897 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 1.156s)

    OK 1.23s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #1
    871 KB/s (585731 bytes in 0.656s)

    OK 0.69s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #3

    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    property service neutered.

    killing adbd. (should restart in a second or two)

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 4.03s

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

    model MUCHTEL-A2

    :(

    android 2.2.2

    no OK~

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  11. Mr Flake

    Still no luck :( gets stuck on step 6 – i can take USB out then in, then goes to step 7 and fails. Perhaps the community is in need of a new exploit? This makes me sad.

    Reply
  12. natsu

    i still dont see any good result from the comments…. and what bothers me is that users who post dont have the same device but come up with the same error… so i guess i will wait till i try on my galaxy tab running on 2.3.3

    Reply
  13. Jajun Chou

    it doesn’t worked on my meizu m9.it still getting stuck on step 6.meizu m9 maybe is the most stubborn device what everyone can’t root it.i hope you can help us.thank you.

    Reply
  14. ely

    Rock on! Hi, just in case you would like someone to test LG G2x LGP999-V21e with 2.3.3 (ver. 2.6.32.9 ) that was never rooted, thou I am not a programmer. Thanks for trying to make GB work again.

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  15. Leo

    Here’s the same.
    Win XP / X10 / last Android update 2.3.3

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…
    OK 0,42s
    Starting ADB Server…
    * daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
    * daemon started successfully *
    OK 4,41s
    Waiting for device…
    OK 0,36s

    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    Sony Ericsson
    OK 0,02s
    Getting model…
    X10i
    OK 0,00s
    Getting version…
    tB_P
    OK 0,02s
    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0,03s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    2013 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.515s)
    OK 0,91s
    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2
    OK 0,00s
    Rooting device… – Step #1
    OK 0,00s
    Rooting device… – Step #2
    OK 0,02s
    Rooting device… – Step #3
    1051 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.015s)
    OK 0,38s
    Rooting device… – Step #4
    OK 0,02s
    Rooting device… – Step #5
    OK 0,00s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    Between Step#6 and Step#7 is “USB-Debugging” disabled

    [**] 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/msm_sdcc.1/mmc_host/mmc0
    [*] vold: 0000 GOT start: 0×00014344 GOT end: 0×00014384
    OK 46,44s
    Rooting device… – Step #7
    OK 24,36s
    Remounting /system with read-write access…
    mount: Operation not permitted
    FAILED

    I hope a solution is comming

    Thx 4 your Job / Leo

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  16. hnelson

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 0,04s

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

    OK 4,09s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0,05s

    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    samsung
    OK 0,06s

    Getting model…
    GT-P1000
    OK 0,05s

    Getting version…
    XWJP9
    OK 0,06s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0,12s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    736 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 1.408s)

    OK 1,45s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0,07s

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK 0,08s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0,07s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    351 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.046s)

    OK 0,08s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 0,05s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0,03s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    froze here disconnect and reconnects

    [**] 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: 0x0001a450

    [+] Using device /devices/platform/s3c-sdhci.0/mmc_host/mmc0

    [*] vold: 0000 GOT start: 0x0001a450 GOT end: 0x0001a490

    OK 49,35s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 8,10s

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

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  17. ddk2011

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Failed
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 0.03s

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

    OK 4.19s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0.02s

    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    samsung
    OK 0.02s

    Getting model…
    GT-I9000
    OK 0.02s

    Getting version…
    ZSJV6
    OK 0.02s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0.05s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    2460 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.421s)

    OK 0.56s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK 0.05s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    350 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.046s)

    OK 0.17s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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: 0x000284b8

    [+] Using device /devices/platform/s3c-sdhci.0/mmc_host/mmc0

    [*] vold: 0000 GOT start: 0x000284b8 GOT end: 0x000284f8

    OK 141.34s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 9.14s

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

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  18. Evgu

    wow! dunno, how or why, but it worked just fine on my SGS GT-I9000, GINGERBREAD.XWJVH!.. x))) thanks a lot man! ))))))

    Reply
          1. Evgu

            Actually it worked like magic for me. All I did was: downloaded SuperOneClick v2.1.1, updated it (it found some “missing” files like Odin, etc), set Debugging on, dismounted the SD card, left Exploit on Auto & clicked Root. NO GLITCHES, NO HICCUPS – worked as a charm. x)))

          2. Evgu

            It was done just in few minutes. First it said that it found an exploit for me and asked if I’m willing to use it. Then it opened Odin, where I carefully checked all the boxes and options before hitting start (but basically you don’t have to select or choose anything there because it’s all ready for noobs). Next Odin was working, the phone gone into update mode and restarted. As was said somewhere on this forum – I didn’t touch anything at that time. DONE! I was so happy I didn’t know what to do next with my SGS. =P

          3. Evgu

            BTW: I’ve tried SuperOneClick v2beta some days before that and it got stuck as it did/does for some here on step 4-6. Always had to force close it on my laptop and manually kill all the services. Yet, to my surprise, SuperOneClick v2.1.1 did work it’s magic.
            Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000, 2.3.3, I9000XXJVO, 2.6.35.7-I9000XWJVH-CL184813 root@DELL101 #2, GINGERBREAD.XWJVH

  19. eric

    What’s up w/ the first post on the site asking for a password? Just wondering. Still not working but its awesome that he keeps trying! Thanks

    Reply
  20. jl

    casio commando appears to be making progress but still getting hung up. Looks like it’s topping on #5 as it’s trying to remount… any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 2.11s

    Remounting /system with read-write access…
    error: closed

    FAILED

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  21. xARCHONx

    I’m Using an Xperia x10…
    With generic GingerBread firmware

    Tried Rooting various times…
    Nearly always gets stuck at step 6..
    Restarted once…

    After switching debugging off an on at step 6, it moves to step 7… but never finishes:
    “Remounting /system with read-write access…
    mount: Operation not permitted
    FAILED”

    Am I missing something? Something I should’ve done?

    Reply
  22. Simon

    WINXP/ SE XPERIA MINI PRO (SK17i)/ 2.3.3

    ROOT or SHELL ROOT also failed

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…
    * server not running *

    OK 0.14s

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

    OK 4.10s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 4.08s

    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    Sony Ericsson
    OK 0.02s

    Getting model…
    SK17i
    OK 0.02s

    Getting version…
    sPb_3w
    OK 0.03s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0.05s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    1281 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.810s)

    OK 0.90s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK 0.06s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0.05s

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

    OK 0.12s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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 9.04s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 5.17s

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

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  23. Bookie

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 0.16s

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

    OK 5.34s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0.15s

    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    LGE
    OK 0.02s

    Getting model…
    LG-P999
    OK 0.03s

    Getting version…
    41fdc8a2
    OK 0.02s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0.06s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    1178 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.881s)

    OK 1.03s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    782 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.021s)

    OK 0.16s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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: 0×00015368

    [+] Using device /devices/platform/tegra-sdhci.2/mmc_host/mmc1

    [*] vold: 0000 GOT start: 0×00015368 GOT end: 0x000153a8

    OK 8.43s
    Please Help because for some reason my phone won’t root this way. I have the G2X android 2.3.3 and superoneclick 8/1/2011 Updated version isnt working.!!!! : (
    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 71.19s

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

    Reply
  24. eric deutsch

    Hello!
    I am also having problems with it freezing on step #6. I’m using Win 7 64-bit trying to root my Atrix 2.3.4
    Thanks so much!
    e

    Reply
  25. toolmax

    guys you are wasting your time, just FLASH CF-root 3.3 kernel via odin, without partition, done in 30 seconds!

    Reply
  26. alex

    this guy is a complete legde!!! the fact that he is doing this free is amazing. he has never failed to root devices. give him time he will get the step 6 fixed. its eems to work for sgs i9000 on jvh thou

    Reply
  27. Btem

    Stucked on step #6 as well (Dell Streak / Mini 5)

    Thanks for all your efforts and good job in providing such software.

    Much appreciated.
    B.

    Reply
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  29. Christopher R.

    TRYING TO ROOT Android 2.3.3 Coby Kyros 7016 4G
    Stops at Step #6.

    OK 0.10s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    1406 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.738s)

    OK 0.80s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK 0.04s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0.06s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    304 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.054s)

    OK 0.10s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 0.05s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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: 0xafd180bd strcmp: 0xafd374a9

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

    [+] Found GOT: 0×00015368

    [+] Using device /devices/platform/tcc-mmc0.0/mmc_host/mmc0

    [*] vold: 0760 GOT start: 0×00015368 GOT end: 0x000153a8

    OK 106.75s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 26.04s

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

    Reply
  30. Jayendra

    Shortfuse great work going on man! I really wish I could help, but my programming skills aren’t that sharp :( .
    Anyway, kudos to your efforts!!
    \m/

    Reply
  31. Jayendra

    Forgive me if I’m being a noob…
    Many are having problems at the last step “read/write” access, while u didn’t have that problem, have you made some custom settings on your computer too????

    Reply
  32. Mote

    I had the same problem and I solved using SuperOneClickv1.9.5 instead SuperOneClickv2.1.1. I have a Samsung Galaxy S II.

    Reply
  33. Cliq

    Trying to gain root access to my cliq xt. When I click the link it says tge website cannot be found. Would,anyonr be willing to walk me through rooting bc I have made many different attempts with multiple different ways and fail evey time.

    Reply
  34. Ben

    hi

    S2 does not work on 2.3.3
    hangs in step7. When I step6 be disconnected in order to disable the debugging mode, then connect again and again in separate re-enable debugging …
    What’s wrong?

    Ben

    Reply
  35. James

    Same here…
    Samsung Galaxy S, Model: SHW-M110S, Firmware: Gingerbread.VG14

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0.03s

    2.3.4
    Getting manufacturer…
    samsung
    OK 0.05s

    Getting model…
    SHW-M110S
    OK 0.02s

    Getting version…
    VG14
    OK 0.00s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0.03s

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

    OK 0.91s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0.05s

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK 0.09s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    210 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.078s)

    OK 0.11s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 0.05s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0.00s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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: 0x000284b8

    [+] Using device /devices/platform/s3c-sdhci.0/mmc_host/mmc0

    [*] vold: 0000 GOT start: 0x000284b8 GOT end: 0x000284f8

    OK 152.38s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 28.03s

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

    Reply
  36. freezerburnt

    Running into the same problem here with my Samsung I9100M…. hangs at step #6. Either way, all you efforts are vastly appreciated. Wishing that I had the coding skills to assist, as I do have the time

    Reply
  37. hopsmax101

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 0.06s

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

    OK 4.09s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0.07s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0.14s

    Getting manufacturer…
    HTC
    OK 0.03s

    Getting model…
    PC36100
    OK 0.03s

    Getting version…
    61076
    OK 0.03s

    2.3.3
    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    cannot stat ‘C:\Users\max\Downloads\SuperOneClickv2.1.1-ShortFuse\Exploits\GingerBreak’: No such file or directory

    OK 0.06s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0.02s

    ({[i turned off debugging]})

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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: 0×00014360

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

    [*] vold: 0000 GOT start: 0×00014360 GOT end: 0x000143a0

    OK 1.80s

    ({[i turned on debugging]})

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 8.11s

    ({[it ended itself]})

    Reply
  38. 007

    with my sd unmounted, usb debug off
    toggling usb debugging on at step six got me through to step 7. but then it hangs…toggle it back on and get a remount fail at the end…

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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: 0×00015368

    [+] Using device /devices/platform/tegra-sdhci.2/mmc_host/mmc1

    [*] vold: 0000 GOT start: 0×00015368 GOT end: 0x000153a8

    OK 16.37s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 33.14s

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

    Reply
  39. KewlDallas

    Mr Shortfuse – Just checking to see when we might expect to see the next revision of SuperOneClick v2.x.x?

    As always, I really appreciate your hard continuous work as I sent you a donation the other day…. Hope that helps ya!

    Reply
  40. alcaudon

    I have the step #6 problem:

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Failed
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 0,05s

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

    OK 4,15s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0,04s

    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    samsung
    OK 0,09s

    Getting model…
    GT-I9000
    OK 0,04s

    Getting version…
    BUJVA
    OK 0,04s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0,07s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    393 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 2.641s)

    OK 2,69s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0,04s

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK 0,07s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0,07s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    27 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.588s)

    OK 0,64s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 0,04s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0,02s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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 53,71s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 7,05s

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

    Any idea….?Thanks!!

    Reply
  41. Peter

    on the same notice that skie, does not recognise the samsung galaxy S plus device. running win 7 x64, skies v2.0

    Reply
  42. sandy

    Hello and thanks for the big work !
    Same here : I’m stuck at step 6 :(
    Samsung Galaxy S 2 aka GT-I9100 ( I9100BUKG1 v 2.3.3 )
    OS Seven 32x
    (sorry for my poor english level)
    Do I have to try Odin ? I’d like to delete the bad apps from sfr (france)…
    I’ll come back reading good news I hope ;)
    ++

    Reply
  43. pamster

    i keep getting this error:

    Creating /system/xbin…
    mkdir failed for /system/xbin, File exists
    OK 0.02s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #1
    410 KB/s (26264 bytes in 0.062s)

    OK 0.38s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #2
    Unable to chmod /system/xbin/su: No such file or directory
    OK 0.02s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #3
    Unable to chmod /system/xbin/su: No such file or directory
    OK 0.03s

    Installing SuperUser… – Step #1
    1023 KB/s (196521 bytes in 0.187s)

    OK 0.33s

    Checking for busybox
    Copying busybox (/system/xbin/)…
    cp: can’t create ‘/system/xbin/busybox’: Cannot allocate memory
    OK 0.02s

    chmod busybox (/system/xbin/)…
    Unable to chmod /system/xbin/busybox: No such file or directory
    OK 0.02s

    Installing busybox (/system/xbin/)…
    /system/xbin/busybox: not found
    FAILED

    i use a mytouch3g slide… anyone know why i have a memory problem?

    Reply
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  45. Bill

    Galaxy Tab GT-P1000 XWJP9
    reports up to step 5, then stuck at step 6,
    USB debugging is on
    USB connected but not “turned on”

    Waited several minutes

    Reply
  46. AndroidNewbie

    Can’t root HTC Tattoo I am getting the following message in the log
    “SuperOneClick v2.1.0.0
    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…
    adb server is out of date. killing…

    OK

    1.6
    Getting manufacturer…
    HTC
    OK

    Getting model…
    HTC Tattoo
    OK

    Getting version…
    323449
    OK

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    adb server is out of date. killing…

    OK

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2
    Unable to chmod /data/local/tmp/busybox: No such file or directory
    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #1
    adb server is out of date. killing…

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #2
    startIndex cannot be larger than length of string.
    Parameter name: startIndex
    FAILED”

    Reply
    1. PeteThePoolGuy

      Anyone had success rooting Samsung Infuse with superoneclick? People are freaking me out with this stuck at #6 shiz

      Reply
  47. lordknightstar

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 0.20s

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

    OK 4.40s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0.21s

    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    HUAWEI
    OK 0.03s

    Getting model…
    M865
    OK 0.04s

    Getting version…
    M865C153B826
    OK 0.03s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0.06s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    1378 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.753s)

    OK 1.00s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0.04s

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0.04s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    747 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.022s)

    OK 0.24s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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: 0×00016360

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

    [*] vold: 0000 GOT start: 0×00016360 GOT end: 0x000163a0

    OK 296.89s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 7.43s

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

    Reply
  48. Ben Graham

    I cant download superoneclick. Everytime I try and extract it I get an unexpected error message. Anybody know what the problem is?

    Reply
  49. dan

    it worked on my samsung galaxy s2, SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 0.02s

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

    OK 4.05s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 9.06s

    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    samsung
    OK 0.02s

    Getting model…
    GT-I9100M
    OK 0.03s

    Getting version…
    UGKG2
    OK 0.03s

    Checking if rooted…
    True
    OK 0.01s

    Cancelled!
    FAILED
    it got stuck at step 6 at first for me too, then i simply unplugged and replugged the usb and it went, asked if i wanted to install busy box and i said yes, i liked how it asked if i wanted to donate too in the end. So to make sure it was rooted i tried again ant it showed that its already rooted so i cancelled at the time. Hope it works for everyone else too.

    Reply
  50. teo

    “Also, make sure your removable storage isn’t mounted”

    What removable storage? Not mounted on the computer or not mounted on the android? If the latter, how do you check?

    Reply
  51. teo

    Doean’t work on a Galaxy Tab. It hangs at “waiting for device…” forever, and the application even stops responding. Usb debugging is activated. Windows 7 64 bit on the Pc.

    Reply
  52. Rocco

    Droid Charge (Verizon) Step 5 having issues and step 6 failures
    ================================================
    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 0.04s

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

    OK 4.05s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 3.06s

    2.2.1
    Getting manufacturer…
    Samsung
    OK 0.03s

    Getting model…
    SCH-I510
    OK 0.03s

    Getting version…
    EE4
    OK 0.03s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0.07s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    962 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 1.078s)

    OK 1.13s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0.07s

    Rooting device… – Step #1
    858 KB/s (585731 bytes in 0.666s)

    OK 0.73s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0.05s

    Rooting device… – Step #3

    OK 0.01s

    Rooting device… – Step #4
    Failed to set prot mask (Inappropriate ioctl for device)
    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0.04s

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

    Reply
  53. Johan

    I had to unplug USB while stuck at #6, then it commenced och finished rooting. Latest SOC used, thanks! SD unmounted, btw.

    Reply
  54. Johan

    Duh, I had a SG2, KF6 stock running on Swedish Tele2. Currently sim-unlocking and cannot review *#1234# closer =)

    Reply
  55. Ghidra

    Successful ATT Infuse/Samsung SGH-1997 Root
    While 1.9.5 would not root the Infuse, 2.1.1 did in under 15 seconds:

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 1.38s

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

    OK 4.14s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0.03s

    2.2.1
    Getting manufacturer…
    Samsung
    OK 0.02s

    Getting model…
    SAMSUNG-SGH-I997
    OK 0.03s

    Getting version…
    UCKE3
    OK 0.02s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0.06s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    1795 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.578s)

    OK 0.64s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0.05s

    Rooting device… – Step #1
    1591 KB/s (585731 bytes in 0.359s)

    OK 0.41s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #3

    OK 0.00s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    property service neutered.
    killing adbd. (should restart in a second or two)

    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 4.05s

    Remounting /system with read-write access…
    OK
    OK 0.22s

    Creating /system/xbin…
    mkdir failed for /system/xbin, File exists
    OK 0.03s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #1
    273 KB/s (26264 bytes in 0.093s)

    OK 0.41s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #2

    OK 0.02s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #3

    OK 0.02s

    Installing SuperUser… – Step #1
    1535 KB/s (196521 bytes in 0.125s)

    OK 0.30s

    Checking for busybox
    Copying busybox (/system/xbin/)…

    OK 0.38s

    chmod busybox (/system/xbin/)…

    OK 0.02s

    Installing busybox (/system/xbin/)…

    OK 0.81s

    Remounting /system with read-only access…
    OK
    OK 0.34s

    Running a SU test…
    Success!
    Don’t forget to reboot!

    Reply
  56. Barley Ice

    Hi!Sweety!I‘m an Chinese girl, and my device is moto a953. I couldn’t get root permissions with your SuperOneClick. We’re got a promotion at yestoday. And now, My andriod system edition is 2.3.4. I hope you could help us develop an edition to root our device. There handreds people wairts for this, and you are very famous in our world. Here is my msn: barleybing215@live.com You can call me if you willing to do so. Thank you very much!

    Reply
  57. Kat Jonson

    Moto Droid X2 recently updated to 2.3.3

    attempted SOC 2.1.1 with gingerbreak and no go, the current gingerbreak.apk does not work either.

    any help would be greatly appreciated

    Reply
  58. Amir

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 0.40s

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

    OK 4.55s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 123.30s

    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    motorola
    OK 0.03s

    Getting model…
    DROIDX
    OK 0.02s

    Getting version…
    110429
    OK 0.03s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0.05s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    495 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 2.095s)

    OK 2.49s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0.04s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    180 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.091s)

    OK 0.69s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 0.04s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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: 0×00014350

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

    [*] vold: 0000 GOT start: 0×00014350 GOT end: 0×00014390

    OK 26.25s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 7.60s

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

    Droid x after debugging at step 6
    any chance of this being fixed soon?

    Reply
  59. Moe

    I got stuck on step #6 too on G2X. Running Windows 7 64. I turned on the debugging and I have an SD card inserted. Help please!

    Reply
  60. Pankaj

    rooting not working

    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 1.08s

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

    OK 4.11s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0.07s

    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    LGE
    OK 0.02s

    Getting model…
    LG-P999
    OK 0.06s

    Getting version…
    41fdc8a2
    OK 0.02s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0.06s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    1537 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.675s)

    OK 0.75s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #1
    rm failed for /data/local/tmp/boomsh, No such file or directory
    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #2
    rm failed for /data/local/tmp/sh, No such file or directory
    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    cannot stat ‘C:\Users\Sonu\Desktop\SuperOneClickv2.1.1-ShortFuse\Exploits\GingerBreak’: No such file or directory

    OK 0.06s

    Rooting device… – Step #4
    Unable to chmod /data/local/tmp/GingerBreak: No such file or directory
    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #6
    ./GingerBreak: not found
    FAILED

    stuck at 6

    Reply
  61. gregory

    Motorola Droid 3 (2.3.4)

    Makes it to step #7, then cannot gain read/write privileges and then fails.

    (note: to get to step #7, you must go into Applications, then select Development, turn off USB debugging, then turn it back on. This will allow #7 to proceed.)

    Gaining read/write access is the point of rooting…so the fact that it says it cannot gain read/write privileges on step #7 is rather bizarre.

    Here’s the last step in the log:
    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 9.04s

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

    “Operation not permitted” is rather cryptic.

    All in all, thanks ShortFuse – your work is appreciated. Many folks sound like they’re complaining…but I think they’re just frustrated and don’t have the patience to sort out technical issues and search for a solution. Most of us don’t have the skill set, nor the time to invest in this endeavor. We know your time is valuable and you do this out of the kindness of your heart. Thanks again.

    I’ll donate if it works for me!

    Maybe the issue might be the Droid 3…dual core processor, Verizon-locked bootloader, and who knows what else.

    - g

    Reply
  62. Simon

    Done!!! =)

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 0.11s

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

    OK 4.17s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0.04s

    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    LGE
    OK 0.03s

    Getting model…
    LG-P500
    OK 0.03s

    Getting version…
    LG-P500-V20g.19C11F164C
    OK 0.03s

    Checking if rooted…
    True
    OK 0.08s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    1936 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.536s)

    OK 0.58s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #1
    rm failed for /data/local/tmp/boomsh, No such file or directory
    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #2
    rm failed for /data/local/tmp/sh, No such file or directory
    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    547 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.030s)

    OK 0.07s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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: 0xafd17ff9 strcmp: 0xafd37381

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

    [+] Found GOT: 0×00014354

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

    [*] vold: 1457 GOT start: 0×00014354 GOT end: 0×00014394

    OK 30.91s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 11.04s

    Remounting /system with read-write access…
    OK
    OK 0.08s

    Creating /system/xbin…
    mkdir failed for /system/xbin, File exists
    OK 0.03s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #1
    884 KB/s (26264 bytes in 0.029s)

    OK 0.15s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #2

    OK 0.02s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #3

    OK 0.03s

    Installing SuperUser… – Step #1
    1744 KB/s (196521 bytes in 0.110s)

    OK 0.27s

    Checking for busybox

    OK 0.34s

    Remounting /system with read-only access…
    OK
    OK 0.15s

    Running a SU test…
    Success!
    Don’t forget to reboot!

    Reply
  63. ihitmyheadalot

    telus galaxy s t-959d running 2.3.3
    hangs at step six much the same as everyone else using gingerbreak.
    build GINGERBREAD.LKF9.

    will help anyway i can with testing email as you wish.

    Reply
  64. CcUbe

    HTC Desire 2.3.3 stucked @ 6 without toggling debugging on/off, with toggling it says
    Remounting /system with read-write access…
    mount: Operation not permitted
    FAILED

    Reply
  65. danny

    how to use oneclick on windows7? i have run the program still waiting for device any idea guidance thanks in advance

    Reply
  66. Jonathan Quartey

    Hello Shortfuse, I follow the simple steps e.g: run the program as admin, don’t mount the SD card (whilst SD is in the phone) and USB debugging on. I keep on getting stuck at Step 6 also.

    Software Information:
    Manufacturer: HTC
    Model: Desire HD
    Basband Version: 12.54.60.25U_26.09.04.11_M2
    Android Version: 2.3.3
    Build Number: 2.50.405.2 CL87995 release keys
    Software Number: 2.50.405.2

    Reply
  67. kenti

    samsung galaxy ace. unmount sd card but not remove it, plug usb, launch root, stuck on step 6, untoggle usb debugging, goto step 7, toggle usb debugging, then step 7 fails remounting.

    attach log, hope it helps. thanks to the developer.

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 0,06s

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

    OK 4,09s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0,05s

    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    samsung
    OK 0,03s

    Getting model…
    GT-S5830
    OK 0,03s

    Getting version…
    BUKPD
    OK 0,03s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0,08s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    1721 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.603s)

    OK 0,65s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0,03s

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK 0,05s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0,03s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    608 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.027s)

    OK 0,07s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 0,04s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0,02s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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: 0xafd17fe9 strcmp: 0xafd37365

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

    [+] Found GOT: 0x000153b4

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

    [*] vold: 0087 GOT start: 0x000153b4 GOT end: 0x000153f4

    OK 336,74s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 17,98s

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

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  69. odiddy

    i got stuck at step #5…unplugged my samsung vibrant 2.2 froyo and just plugged it back in and it finished the process…im finally rooted!!! after 2 days of trying different root processes…THANK YOU

    Reply
  70. royroy

    confirmed working with Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini Pro SK17i by following instructions from XDA developer.

    as mentioned by many, when process hangs in step 6, turn off usb debug and turn on again, after that everything will be fine.

    thanks so much for the great effort.

    Reply
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  72. Napamike

    I have previously rooted my G2 using Visionary, do I need to reverse everything that was done to use this method?

    Basically, all I accomplished with Visionary was killing the possibility of getting updates.

    Reply
  73. Ian Jolley

    For those of you stuck on step 6 with an S2 – this is what I did. Sort of a “what have I got to lose” scenario. Wait a minute or so. Pull out the USB cable from the phone and the software continues. Plug it back in quick though so it can continue with Step 7.

    Mine completed after that. Hope it works for you.

    Reply
  74. Chris96312

    My phone is Galaxy S Plus i9001.
    Here’s the information:
    ROM: I9001ZSKG1
    Build number : GINGERBREAD.ZSKG1

    It stucked at step#6.

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Failed
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 0,05s

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

    OK 4,15s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0,04s

    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    samsung
    OK 0,09s

    Getting model…
    GT-I9001
    OK 0,04s

    Getting version…
    ZSKG1
    OK 0,04s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0,07s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    393 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 2.641s)

    OK 2,69s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0,04s

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK 0,07s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0,07s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    27 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.588s)

    OK 0,64s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 0,04s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0,02s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

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  75. Simon

    Found a work -around. Rooted my optimus t with V20G 2.3.3 on it. Follow instruction on posted thread link, and when you run soc again you might get stuck at step 6 or so, quickly disable usb debugg then re-enable it again. It will take you all the way!

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1200167

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 0.09s

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

    OK 4.16s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0.05s

    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    LGE
    OK 0.02s

    Getting model…
    LG-P500
    OK 0.03s

    Getting version…
    LG-P500-V20g.19C11F164C
    OK 0.03s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0.06s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    3233 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.321s)

    OK 0.37s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0.04s

    Rooting device… – Step #1
    rm failed for /data/local/tmp/boomsh, No such file or directory
    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #2
    rm failed for /data/local/tmp/sh, No such file or directory
    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    1494 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.011s)

    OK 0.06s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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: 0xafd17ff9 strcmp: 0xafd37381

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

    [+] Found GOT: 0×00014354

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

    [*] vold: 1466 GOT start: 0×00014354 GOT end: 0×00014394

    OK 32.68s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 9.04s

    Remounting /system with read-write access…
    OK
    OK 0.07s

    Creating /system/xbin…
    mkdir failed for /system/xbin, File exists
    OK 0.03s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #1
    1424 KB/s (26264 bytes in 0.018s)

    OK 0.13s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #2

    OK 0.02s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #3

    OK 0.03s

    Installing SuperUser… – Step #1
    2180 KB/s (196521 bytes in 0.088s)

    OK 0.26s

    Checking for busybox
    Copying busybox (/system/xbin/)…

    OK 0.36s

    chmod busybox (/system/xbin/)…

    OK 0.02s

    Installing busybox (/system/xbin/)…

    OK 0.54s

    Remounting /system with read-only access…
    OK
    OK 0.15s

    Running a SU test…
    Success!
    Don’t forget to reboot!

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  76. YAZ

    Ok the GUI got stuck on step 6, so i left it for 10 mins, then diconnected the cable turned off usb debugging, then turned it on and it failed:

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Failed
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 0.33s

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

    OK 4.36s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0.30s

    2.3.4
    Getting manufacturer…
    samsung
    OK 0.02s

    Getting model…
    GT-I9003
    OK 0.02s

    Getting version…
    JPKP5
    OK 0.02s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0.06s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    1898 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.546s)

    OK 0.85s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK 0.04s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    420 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.039s)

    OK 0.35s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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: 0xafd17f01 strcmp: 0xafd37b95

    [+] Found PT_DYNAMIC of size 248 (31 entries)

    [+] Found GOT: 0×00026438

    [+] Using device /devices/platform/mmci-omap-hs.1/mmc_host/mmc0

    [*] vold: 1335 GOT start: 0×00026438 GOT end: 0×00026478

    OK 573.55s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 129.34s

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

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  77. IkkiFenix

    Hey,
    I don’t know shit about rooting phones, but I just got an Android LG Optimus m from MetroPCS and I was wondering if I could root it with this method. I’ve already installed the USB drivers and the latest version of SuperOneClick, but it does not work. What do I do?
    I would really appreciate your hep :)
    - Ikki

    Reply
  78. Al

    The file “GingerBreak” is detected by my McAfee Anti-virus as “Linux/Exploit-Lotoor”, Trojan. Same problem in both V.2.1.1 and 2.1 versions.
    Something’s wrong?
    Thanks!

    Reply
  79. None

    Took a couple of tries on the Optimus V. Finally worked. I *did* have to disable usb debugging, then re-enable it during the step where it says it is waiting on the phone. I also took the suggestion of rebooting my phone after a few failed attempts.

    Reply
  80. lonewolf

    yeah, i dont think that it needs to be said but it aint working! tried gingerbreak by itself and it didnt work. so thought id try super one click. motorola is giving it to us dry! keep trying guys!

    Reply
  81. glenn

    i guess i will just have to install the gingerbreak apk and risk my phone getting formatted. sucks when you dont have a micro sd card or working superoneclick program

    Reply
  82. Glitch

    Same here, SuperOneClickRoot v2.1.1 is not working! Getting stuck on step 6 (or 7 after toggling USB debug).

    Nexus One
    Stock Gingerbread 2.3.4
    Windows 7 64 bits

    Reply
  83. Sharl

    Hello,how can i run it on my Ubuntu Natty?

    i just download the zip package,and i can not find the native program for GNU/Linux,it seems that there is only a *.exe program for Windows or via Wine.

    what should i do? thanks~

    Reply
  84. Anthony

    Got it to work on my Moto Spice. It hung on step 5, turned off then back on debug and it flew through the rest without a glitch.

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 0.05s

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

    OK 4.05s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0.05s

    2.1.1
    Getting manufacturer…
    motorola
    OK 0.05s

    Getting model…
    XT300
    OK 0.05s

    Getting version…
    110110
    OK 0.06s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0.11s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    1148 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.904s)

    OK 0.94s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #1
    1222 KB/s (585731 bytes in 0.468s)

    OK 0.51s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #3

    OK 0.01s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    property service neutered.

    killing adbd. (should restart in a second or two)

    OK 0.04s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 155.12s

    Remounting /system with read-write access…
    OK
    OK 0.15s

    Creating /system/xbin…
    mkdir failed for /system/xbin, File exists
    OK 0.07s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #1
    732 KB/s (26264 bytes in 0.035s)

    OK 0.15s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #2
    No such user ’0:0′
    OK 0.04s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #3

    OK 0.08s

    Installing SuperUser… – Step #1
    954 KB/s (196521 bytes in 0.201s)

    OK 0.39s

    Checking for busybox

    OK 0.04s

    Remounting /system with read-only access…
    OK
    OK 0.15s

    Running a SU test…
    Success!
    Don’t forget to reboot!

    Reply
  85. Roots

    checking if rooted FALSE

    step #4 Failed to set prot mask

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

    on:Motorola MB860 (Atrix)

    Reply
  86. Tommy

    Has anyone acctually got this to work? , i Have HTC desire on 2.3.3 thinking about doing it but no point if they all stop at step 6 or 7 :S

    Reply
  87. Angelica

    I’m using a Dell Streak 7 wifi running StreakDroid and after countless times of trying to root I changed the exploit to psneuter and it worked like a charm!

    Reply
  88. Spontex

    Thank you VERY MUCH for this app !!!!!

    I bought recently an Android phone in France for my son, and I could not find any forum dealing with it in order to ROOT it.

    Using SuperOneClick V2.1.1 it worked perfectly !!

    The phone is :

    ZTE starnaute (Android Edition) also known under the name ZTE Amigo
    it runs Froyo V2.2

    Please add this device to your “working devices list”

    I hope this will help.

    Reply
  89. Jakob

    Anyone who can help me with :
    Unable to chmod /data/local/tmp/busybox: No such file or directory
    OK 5,30s

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK 0,01s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0,02s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    adb server is out of date. killing…

    OK 6,48s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 5,21s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0,02s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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!

    OK 0,08s

    Rooting device… – Step #7
    * daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
    * daemon started successfully *

    OK 5,30s

    Remounting /system with read-write access…
    error: protocol fault (no status)

    FAILED

    Im stock on that point Its a Desire S

    Reply
  90. Varun shah

    does anyone know what does reboot means??????
    mine is saying that -

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

    OK 3.98s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0.08s

    Getting manufacturer…

    OK 0.02s

    Getting model…

    OK 0.02s

    Getting version…

    OK 0.02s

    Aborted!
    FAILED

    Reply
  91. Neuromas Mejiria

    It worked! I copied my driver into the empty “drivers” folder before rooting… Make sure to follow Opie’s directions on USB Debugging… I use an LG Vortex with 2.1

    Reply
  92. Wagner

    Hi People, I have a Galaxy S2 with 2.3.3 , and I tryied to use de superoneclick v2.1 to root my cell but it didn`t worked, it only worked with superoneclick v1.9.5 .
    I hope that this work for you to.

    Reply
  93. MattCFII

    FWIW, Non-market apps isn’t worning on my Captivate, roots fine though.

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 0.07s

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

    OK 4.12s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0.07s

    Getting manufacturer…
    samsung
    OK 0.16s

    Getting model…
    SAMSUNG-SGH-I897
    OK 0.02s

    Getting version…
    UCKB2
    OK 0.03s

    Installing sqlite3 (temporary)… – Step #1
    290 KB/s (24120 bytes in 0.081s)

    OK 0.17s

    Installing sqlite3 (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0.03s

    Installing busybox (temporary)… – Step #1
    1315 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.789s)

    OK 0.85s

    Installing busybox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0.02s

    Checking for Shell Root…
    False
    OK 0.13s

    Getting settings.db location
    /dbdata/databases/com.android.providers.settings/settings.db
    OK 12.43s

    Setting NMA values… – Step #1

    OK 0.11s

    Setting NMA values… – Step #2

    OK 0.02s

    Checking value…
    0
    OK 0.79s

    0
    FAILED

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  94. Geoff

    Rooting device… – Step #6
    ./GingerBreak: not found
    FAILED

    keeps coming up with this on my lg optimus s.
    not sure what to do.

    Reply
  95. Amjad

    OMG!
    thanks a lot!! works fine on my Xperia X8!
    huh!
    –> EXPLOIT- AUTO
    –>TURN ON USB DEBUGGING
    –> MOUNT SD CARD
    if you stuck on step 6 or 7,
    try that!
    its work on my phone..

    Reply
  96. Snowy

    Well,I got a HTC DesireZ with android 2.3.3 of Asia Taiwan,it can be shell rooted but not rooted,i wonder the differences between root and shell root whatever.Root stuck at #6,too.
    Will there be any update of this SuperOneClick anymore?

    Reply
  97. maizejoker

    i have the same problem
    lg optimus black 2.2.2

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 0,08s

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

    OK 4,09s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 47,08s

    2.2.2
    Getting manufacturer…
    lge
    OK 0,03s

    Getting model…
    LG-P970
    OK 0,03s

    Getting version…
    LG-P970-V10e.41FE6994
    OK 0,02s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0,05s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    2657 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.390s)

    OK 0,55s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0,02s

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK 0,03s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0,02s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    1051 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.015s)

    OK 0,14s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 0,02s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0,03s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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!

    [+] Detected Froyo!

    [+] Found system: 0xafd1429d strcmp: 0xafd1d55d

    [+] Found PT_DYNAMIC of size 264 (33 entries)

    [+] Found GOT: 0x000142a8

    [+] Using device /devices/platform/mmci-omap-hs.0/mmc_host/mmc1

    [*] vold: 1619 GOT start: 0x000142a8 GOT end: 0x000142e8

    OK 10,92s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 19,06s

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

    Reply
  98. Mahesh

    Hi Thanks for ur great app, i’ve successfully rooted froyo. Bt when i upgrade it to gingerbread, it fails as many ‘ve said in this forum. Also im getting the error like ‘No Gingerbreak’ in exploit folder.. Whether gingerbreak exploit is with the app pack. In the picture u’ve put here, u’ve got gingerbreak in exploit field, bt mine is still ‘Auto’ in that field. Is that the absence of Gingerbreak in the exploit folder causes the problem?

    Sorry if this is a basic question, bt im a starter in rooting. Just help with me.

    Reply
  99. kevin chapin

    The Oct 1, 2011 OTA update 4.5.605.mb810 from Verizon on my Droid X Andriod version 2.3.3 took away my root and now all programs that require root, such as Titanium backup will not work. I need to re-root my phone.
    I was hoping that SuperOneClick 2.1.1 would work, but it stops on 5.
    Can you help? Thanks

    Reply
  100. Matty P

    Same as others above. Casio Commando lost root after Verizon update 2.3.3. SuperOneClick v2.1.1 stops on step 5…please help us!!!

    Reply
  101. Anomapshody

    try to lay off all download activity. as much as possible applications that are running. and remove the micro sd / sd card internally. after it was used superoneclik try again. see the results. This effort succeeded in HUAWEI IDEOS S7 with android version 2.2.2

    Reply
  102. Elenore

    :-( I have same problem as many… Hang at step 6. I left it for 5 mins. I turned USB debugging off and on again, and like so many other people Remounting /system with read-write access…
    mount: Operation not permitted
    FAILED

    Using SuperOneClick 2.2.1 and Acer Liquid Metal phone :-(

    Reply
  103. jb

    Works just fine after adb:

    > ./adb shell
    $ echo 1 > /data/local/lge_adb.conf
    $ cat /data/local/lge_adb.conf
    1

    Device info:
    LG Optimus one P500 with stock 2.3.3. ROM

    This should be documented!

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 1,53s

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

    OK 4,16s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0,05s

    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    LGE
    OK 0,04s

    Getting model…
    LG-P500
    OK 0,02s

    Getting version…
    LG-P500-V20c.19C1F2ED2A
    OK 0,03s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0,06s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    681 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 1.522s)

    OK 1,61s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0,06s

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK 0,05s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0,03s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    117 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.140s)

    OK 0,23s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 0,04s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0,02s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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: 0xafd17ff9 strcmp: 0xafd37381
    [+] Found PT_DYNAMIC of size 232 (29 entries)
    [+] Found GOT: 0×00014354
    [+] Using device /devices/platform/goldfish_mmc.0
    [*] vold: 1472 GOT start: 0×00014354 GOT end: 0×00014394

    OK 11,98s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 9,15s

    Remounting /system with read-write access…
    OK
    OK 0,22s

    Creating /system/xbin…
    mkdir failed for /system/xbin, File exists
    OK 0,03s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #1
    150 KB/s (26264 bytes in 0.170s)

    OK 0,37s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #2

    OK 0,03s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #3

    OK 0,04s

    Installing SuperUser… – Step #1
    189 KB/s (196521 bytes in 1.011s)

    OK 1,31s

    Checking for busybox
    Copying busybox (/system/xbin/)…

    OK 0,34s

    chmod busybox (/system/xbin/)…

    OK 0,03s

    Installing busybox (/system/xbin/)…

    OK 0,58s

    Remounting /system with read-only access…
    OK
    OK 0,17s

    Running a SU test…
    Success!
    Don’t forget to reboot!

    Reply
    1. Soner

      If Sprint is willing to aatcvite a BlackBerry device on a BlackBerry BIS plan, when they indicated they wouldn’t, that’s absolutely newsworthy.Sprint has yet to answer why they were unable to keep their promise to certain legacy customers, SERO and others, that future smartphones would continue to work on their plans.Considering that Sprint does allow business-liable customers to continue using the Curve 8530 with their legacy/grandfathered plans, it is clearly anti-consumer behavior aimed at raising the cost on consumers (but not businesses) with future devices. Of course we’re going to report every angle of that story.

      Reply
  104. Niki Ross

    thank you thank you thank you…after two days of cussing my computer and being sleep deprived trying to get this done I have found your site via a youtube video and this is the most intuitive and wonderful method! I will be donating…thank you!
    worked perfectly on my fascinate (galaxy s)

    Reply
  105. boudaa@gmail.com

    Super one click did not work on my android phone.

    I have a metropcs android lg optimus M phone version 2.2.2. It did not work on it.

    Reply
    1. boudaa@gmail.com

      Here is what happened

      SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
      Checking drivers…
      Failed
      Killing ADB Server…

      OK 21.06s

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

      OK 21.48s

      Waiting for device…
      * daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *

      OK 21.71s

      Getting manufacturer…
      startIndex cannot be larger than length of string.
      Parameter name: startIndex
      FAILED

      You see once it gets to this last step above, it failed.

      Reply
  106. Karanvir Kang

    Hey Shortfuse, Thanks for all your help and support to android community. I rooted my Samsung Galaxy S i896 (Froyo) using your program and it worked fine, but after the official update to Android 2.3.3, the root capability was lost.

    I tried to use SuperOnceClick v2.1.1 but it gets stuck on STEP#6 every times. Any help would be appreciated….

    Reply
  107. Breadcrumb

    Check this log out;
    as you can see it worked
    i waited a LONG time at Step 6 (4921 seconds!)
    then i simply pulled the USB plug (less than a second) and reconnected it
    the Kernelversion i have is 2.6.35.7-i9100BUKG2-cl342890

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 1,47s

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

    OK 4,09s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0,02s

    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    samsung
    OK 0,03s

    Getting model…
    GT-I9100
    OK 0,02s

    Getting version…
    BUKG2
    OK 0,03s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0,05s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    700 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 1.482s)

    OK 1,51s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0,03s

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK 0,03s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0,03s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    351 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.046s)

    OK 0,06s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 0,02s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0,00s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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: 0xafd1813d strcmp: 0xafd37de5

    [+] Found PT_DYNAMIC of size 248 (31 entries)

    [+] Found GOT: 0x0002a4ec

    [+] Using device /devices/platform/s3c-mshci.0/mmc_host/mmc0/mmc0

    [*] vold: 2578 GOT start: 0x0002a4ec GOT end: 0x0002a52c

    OK 4921,09s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 8,03s

    Remounting /system with read-write access…
    OK
    OK 0,07s

    Creating /system/xbin…
    mkdir failed for /system/xbin, File exists
    OK 0,03s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #1
    512 KB/s (26264 bytes in 0.050s)

    OK 0,11s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #2

    OK 0,03s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #3

    OK 0,03s

    Installing SuperUser… – Step #1
    692 KB/s (196521 bytes in 0.277s)

    OK 0,37s

    Checking for busybox
    Copying busybox (/system/xbin/)…

    OK 0,08s

    chmod busybox (/system/xbin/)…

    OK 0,02s

    Installing busybox (/system/xbin/)…

    OK 0,15s

    Remounting /system with read-only access…
    OK
    OK 0,31s

    Running a SU test…
    Success!
    Don’t forget to reboot!

    i hope this helps some people!!!!

    Reply
  108. FlareStarchild

    Same problem as everyone else here. I have a Samsung Captivate 2.3.3 with Rogers:

    SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
    Checking drivers…
    Failed
    Killing ADB Server…

    OK 0.04s

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

    OK 4.05s

    Waiting for device…

    OK 0.03s

    2.3.3
    Getting manufacturer…
    samsung
    OK 0.02s

    Getting model…
    SGH-I896
    OK 0.03s

    Getting version…
    UXKH2
    OK 0.02s

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK 0.05s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    1947 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.533s)

    OK 0.57s

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK 0.06s

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK 0.05s

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    256 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.064s)

    OK 0.10s

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK 0.03s

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0.01s

    Rooting device… – Step #6
    (toggled debugging mode)

    [**] 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 6.12s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    (toggled debugging mode back on and tried multiple times to mount sd card manually and nothing worked)

    OK 22.03s

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

    Reply
    1. ceejaydub

      Thanks, Tim (and definitely Shortfuse)! Was trying to root Sidekick 4G via Windows XP but it kept freezing and ending on Step #7. Using 1.9.5 worked quickly. Thanks for the link, too!

      Reply
  109. [:kju]

    Same isssues here – hangs up at #6 when trying to root with SuperOneClick 2.1.1.0 GingerBreak.

    model: GT-I9000
    manufacturer: Samsung
    version: 2.3.3
    kernel: Linux version 2.6.35.7-I9000XWJVI-CL210427

    + USB-debugging is ON and the phone connected
    + sd-card is inserted, but not mounted
    + Samsung Kies is not running
    + checked updates before rooting
    + waited several minutes at hang up

    Hope you get a solution for this.

    Anyways, thanx for your work dude. Lifes really easier with an unrooted phone… :)

    Reply
    1. [:kju]

      heres the log:
      ——————————————————————————–
      SuperOneClick v2.1.1.0
      Checking drivers…
      Failed
      Killing ADB Server…

      OK 2,37s

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

      OK 4,50s

      Waiting for device…

      OK 0,71s

      2.3.3
      Getting manufacturer…
      samsung
      OK 0,03s

      Getting model…
      GT-I9000
      OK 0,03s

      Getting version…
      XWJVI
      OK 0,02s

      Checking if rooted…
      False
      OK 0,06s

      Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
      372 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 2.786s)

      OK 4,54s

      Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

      OK 0,03s

      Rooting device… – Step #1

      OK 0,05s

      Rooting device… – Step #2

      OK 0,06s

      Rooting device… – Step #3
      225 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.073s)

      OK 3,21s

      Rooting device… – Step #4

      OK 0,10s

      Rooting device… – Step #5

      OK 0,01s

      Rooting device… – Step #6

      !!!! SuperOneClick hangs up here.
      !!!! after unplugging and reconnecting the phone the log, the
      !!!! following text has been generated.

      [**] 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: 0xafd17f01 strcmp: 0xafd37b95

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

      [+] Found GOT: 0×00024404

      [+] Using device /devices/platform/s3c-sdhci.0/mmc_host/mmc0

      [*] vold: 0076 GOT start: 0×00024404 GOT end: 0×00024444

      OK 241,37s

      Rooting device… – Step #7

      OK 13,74s

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

      Reply
  110. MoE

    im tryin 2 root my samsung continuum with the newest ver of super one click 2.1.1 it keeps makin my program on my comp freeze (not responding) around step 4 any help please i would really appreciate it thank u

    Reply
  111. deftoner

    This work fine with Motorola droid A855 with 2.2 android.

    But not work on HTC Desire HD, with 2.3 android. (got some errors on step 1 and 2 and then stunk on step 6.)

    thanks for the post

    Reply
  112. Eric Baskin

    Rooting failed! Help Please!!!???!!!
    Here is the log…

    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…
    CASIO
    OK

    Getting model…
    C771
    OK

    Getting version…
    user.build.20110824.100630
    OK

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #1
    1533 KB/s (1062992 bytes in 0.677s)

    OK

    Installing BusyBox (temporary)… – Step #2

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    913 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.018s)

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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: 0xafd17eb1 strcmp: 0xafd37a39

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

    [+] Found GOT: 0×00014354

    [+] Using device /devices/platform/msm_sdcc.4/mmc_host

    [*] vold: 0093 GOT start: 0×00014354 GOT end: 0×00014394

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #8
    False
    OK

    Getting mount path…
    startIndex cannot be larger than length of string.
    Parameter name: startIndex
    FAILED

    Reply
  113. Eric Baskin

    Tried Shell Rooting to no avail… Here is the log.

    SuperOneClick v2.1.0.0
    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

    Checking if rooted…
    False
    OK

    Getting manufacturer…
    CASIO
    OK

    Getting model…
    C771
    OK

    Getting version…
    user.build.20110824.100630
    OK

    2.3.3
    Rooting device… – Step #1

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #2

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #3
    864 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.019s)

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #4

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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: 0xafd17eb1 strcmp: 0xafd37a39

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

    [+] Found GOT: 0×00014354

    [+] Using device /devices/platform/msm_sdcc.4/mmc_host

    [*] vold: 0093 GOT start: 0×00014354 GOT end: 0×00014394

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK

    Rooting device… – Step #8
    False
    OK

    Reply
  114. Justin

    SOLVED!

    I had the same problem using OneClickRoot, stuck on step 6.
    I read here that one guy unplugged his phone and it went to step 7. I did the same, and since step 7 said “rooting..” I instantly plugged the phone back in. It installed busy box and all is well.

    Reply
  115. Francis

    Hangs at #6, atrix 4g 2.3.4 and turned USB Debugging off removed the program from “Not Responding” , but failed.

    …..

    Rooting device… – Step #5

    OK 0.02s

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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: 0xafd1815d strcmp: 0xafd37f45

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

    [+] Found GOT: 0×00014350

    [+] Using device /devices/platform/tegra-sdhci.2/mmc_host/mmc2

    [*] vold: 1448 GOT start: 0×00014350 GOT end: 0×00014390

    OK 214.92s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 13.31s

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

    Please help.

    -Francis

    Reply
  116. seb6000

    SuperOneClick 2.1.1 (not responding) – unlocked Dell Streak 5 Android 2.2.2

    I wanted to ROOT my Dell streak 5 and I have seen other do this root process in under 1 minute, but not for me…

    I’m using an unlocked Dell Streak 5 Android 2.2.2 and SuperOneClick 2.1.1 But all I keep getting within 8 seconds of clicking on the ROOT button is the program freezing and stating (not responding) in the top left next to its name.

    I am running it on my laptop win7 64bit (usb 2.0 connected) which is the only computer I have. I saw where 1 person said that may be the problem and when he went to a 32bit win7 version, it worked. If this is the case could you please fix the O/S problem with this software to work with the win7 64bit O/S.

    I did a web search on the win7 64 bit issue and found this XDA forum post, but I tried a few of those things, but still same results: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=803682

    —–

    I placed a video on this problem on YouTube here;

    still doing my YT video upload, will edit later..

    BUT, this guy with other also have this same issue i n his video here;
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJFJ5TfruAg

    could we please get some help on this issue with the latest version of SuperOneClick 2.1.1

    I watched another YT video where the guy said he was using SuperOneClick 2.1.8 – but I’ve looked everywhere and I cannot find any version higher than SuperOneClick 2.1.1

    thanks

    Reply
  117. seb6000

    SuperOneClick 2.1.1 (not responding) – unlocked Dell Streak 5 Android 2.2.2

    I wanted to ROOT my Dell streak 5 and I have seen other do this root process in under 1 minute, but not for me…

    I’m using an unlocked Dell Streak 5 Android 2.2.2 and SuperOneClick 2.1.1 But all I keep getting within 8 seconds of clicking on the ROOT button is the program freezing and stating (not responding) in the top left next to its name.

    I am running it on my laptop win7 64bit (usb 2.0 connected) which is the only computer I have. I saw where 1 person said that may be the problem and when he went to a 32bit win7 version, it worked. If this is the case could you please fix the O/S problem with this software to work with the win7 64bit O/S.

    My XDA forum post: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=19031300#post19031300

    —–

    I placed a video on this problem on YouTube here;
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfUITouBvUo

    BUT, this guy with other also have this same issue i n his video here;
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJFJ5TfruAg

    could we please get some help on this issue with the latest version of SuperOneClick 2.1.1

    I watched another YT video where the guy said he was using SuperOneClick 2.1.8 – but I’ve looked everywhere and I cannot find any version higher than SuperOneClick 2.1.1

    thanks

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  118. Jeremy Lee

    SuperOneClick v1.8.0.0
    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
    Getting OS Version…
    OK
    (pops out Automatic version check failed. Is your OS version 2.0 or higher?… )
    (and I click yes and no for different attempts)
    Pushing psneuter…
    929 KB/s (585731 bytes in 0.615s)
    OK
    chmod psneuter…
    OK
    Running psneuter…
    ROOTED
    Pushing busybox…
    protocol failure
    OK
    chmod busybox…
    error: device not foundOK
    Getting mount path…
    rootfs / rootfs rw 0 0
    FAILED

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  119. shadow

    for those of you who got stuck at step 6, use this link:
    if it displays captcha, just fill in and hit ‘request access’.
    the first method works. it *will* get stuck at step 6, simply turn of the usb debug mode, wait for it to get stuck at step 7, then turn on the usb debug mode (no need to remove your device from usb port. you can leave it connected.) It might ask a few questions, answer yes! And you are done! :D

    http://androidflip.com/how-to-root-lg-optimus-one-p500-android-2-3-3-gingerbread/

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  120. technokarate

    Using 2.3.3 G2X
    Did what JB suggested
    > ./adb shell
    $ echo 1 > /data/local/lge_adb.conf
    $ cat /data/local/lge_adb.conf
    1

    This got me past step #6 and #7 issue…
    Now it gets to a point where it tests SU, but then fails…
    Any ideas how to get past this??? Thanks in advance… heres the log just in case:

    Rooting device… – Step #6

    [**] 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: 0xafd1820d strcmp: 0xafd38731

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

    [+] Found GOT: 0×00015368

    [+] Using device /devices/platform/tegra-sdhci.2/mmc_host/mmc1

    [*] vold: 1018 GOT start: 0×00015368 GOT end: 0x000153a8

    OK 5.84s

    Rooting device… – Step #7

    OK 8.01s

    Remounting /system with read-write access…
    OK
    OK 0.06s

    Creating /system/xbin…
    mkdir failed for /system/xbin, File exists
    OK 0.02s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #1
    1282 KB/s (26264 bytes in 0.020s)

    OK 0.09s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #2

    OK 0.02s

    Installing su (/system/xbin)… – Step #3

    OK 0.02s

    Installing SuperUser… – Step #1
    1683 KB/s (196521 bytes in 0.114s)

    OK 0.23s

    Checking for busybox

    OK 0.36s

    Remounting /system with read-only access…
    OK
    OK 1.10s

    Running a SU test…
    Test failed!
    FAILED

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  121. Lucas

    FOR ALL THOSE HANGING OR FREEZING ON STEP 6

    I unplug my phone (SGS2) and plug it back in….not sure if it’s the best method but i get the intended results (root plus super user installed) hope that helps

    bababooey bababooey

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  122. Connor :)

    I have a Sony Ericsson X8 on Android 2.1, trying to update to 2.2, i have gingerbreak and zergrush and the stuff needed (i think) when i run superoneclick and start root it stops on step 2 “Daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037.
    Daemon started successfully” and then i left it and waited 20 mins and it stayed on the same thing, any ideas? much appreciated thanks.

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  123. scwwong

    Rooting device… – Step #6
    [**] 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: 0xafd1815d strcmp: 0xafd37f45
    [+] Found PT_DYNAMIC of size 232 (29 entries)
    [+] Found GOT: 0×00014350
    [+] Using device /devices/platform/tegra-sdhci.2/mmc_host/mmc2
    [*] vold: 1452 GOT start: 0×00014350 GOT end: 0×00014390
    OK 5.16s
    Rooting device… – Step #7
    OK 9.03s
    Remounting /system with read-write access…
    mount: Operation not permitted
    FAILED

    Tried plug and unplug, and method one both stuck at step seven, no luck!!

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  124. Moody

    for most you guys above who have problems with rooting your phone stoped at the process #whatever, there is one thing you guys can try. I try it my own and it works perfectly fine. try a different version of the superoneclick. at the beginning I tried the newest version, freeze at step 7. try it three times, still happen the same. then I turn off my phone and removed the sd card, download an older version of the superoneclick. turn the phone back on again and try to root it again. it get my phone rooted in less then 1 minutes. version 2.2 doesn’t work then try the version 2.1.1. it works on my

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  126. anybody

    i just rooted my android gingerbread.dxkp9 with superoneclickv2.2.. root with auto exploit.. always get stuck earlier, but i keep trying until its works perfectly… (sorry for my bad english)

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  127. retroman

    Have a Droid 2 v2.3.3 SuperOneClick v2.1.1 hangs at step 7 does not give me a fail or anything, just hangs. I let it sit all night and came back to find that the program was still trying to finish step 7. I’ve tried Z4 root and Gingerbreak as well. Gingerbreak also hangs and Z4 root gives me the error “The application z4root (process com.z4mod.z4root) has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again.” I’ve already restored the phone to factory settings with no luck. I’m going to try some of the other fixes like downloading an older version of SuperOneClick and reseating the USB. Also going to check into Odin. I am by no means a Linux guru, and though I’m enjoying picking it up, I could use a little help here. Thanks!!

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  128. Vinny

    Huawei U8510 trying to root it with SuperOneClick V2.1.1. yet seems to freeze on Step 7. SD Card is in phone and Have Win Vista 64 bit., waited 2-3 mins no responce. what can I do????

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  134. matt

    2.3.3 gingerbread G2X from t-mobile and I am using Gingerbreak 1.2 and it has been going and going at

    Rooting….
    Running Exploit…
    This may take a few minutes!
    Device will reboot on success!

    I have an OSX Lion though…. most forums I even asked about how to do this on a Mac replied with “Why would you own a mac and use anything other than an iPhone?” And my reply was, PC last less than 1 year with me and Macs last 5 years…. plus Android Smartphones have deals with companies while iPhones cost as much as my recent macbook air, which I get the cheapest and upgrade myself as a rule….

    the manual instructions made no sense to me…

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  135. Artur

    I have the same problem as the rest. I sticks at step #7 no response what so ever.

    Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc LT15i

    2.3.3

    tried the debugging/undebugging steps but no changes.

    I appreciated every suggestions.

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  138. we'll blend

    Turned my AV off , as it recognize as a threat and cancels download, downloaded SuperOneClick v2.3.3 , Disconnected from net , kept AV off all the time , charged my phone fully , usb debugging mode checked , stay awake checked , connected with usb cable , double clicked SuperOneClick – Root and … BAM , done in like 15 seconds
    Wow … amazed …
    Sony Ericsson Mini Pro sk17i 2.3.3
    Build Number 4.0.A.2.335
    Last 10 days i was like , should i do it , should not … checking things online, on forums , reading things … and this *step 6* made paranoid and .. meh
    Thanks

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  146. DzoDellinger

    so i also run SuperOneClick for my Motorola XT311, it ”forcely instaled drivers” runned everything ’till step 5 where it just stopped working, program is not responding, but on the right part it says that it done all successfully and is restarting my phone with root, killing ABD and restarting with root, enjoy…the phone doesn’t react but it said that SD is ready for removal..

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