1. NovaFox238's Avatar
    Surprised I havent seen anyone post it on here yet, but the 2nd part of Toasts Root Method now available. Full Root acess ftw!

    Check it out here!
    06-14-2010 02:37 AM
  2. nmelkon1's Avatar
    cool maybe cam support for froyo port soon nao?
    06-14-2010 02:43 AM
  3. KSmithInNY's Avatar
    cool maybe cam support for froyo port soon nao?
    We've had a froyo build since before the phone was released. Dig around, you'll find it
    06-14-2010 06:26 AM
  4. sracercelica's Avatar
    We've had a froyo build since before the phone was released. Dig around, you'll find it
    Yeah but I believe mms and the cameras weren't working with it.
    06-14-2010 10:31 AM
  5. trooper54's Avatar
    Any one mind posting a "How to for total noobs that haven't rooted before" guide for the evo?

    Also does this root keep all features working? What about updates? Lemme know =)

    Much appreciated.
    06-14-2010 10:34 AM
  6. oOflyeyesOo's Avatar
    Any one mind posting a "How to for total noobs that haven't rooted before" guide for the evo?

    Also does this root keep all features working? What about updates? Lemme know =)

    Much appreciated.
    I asked TheBiles from XDA to make another idiotproof tutorial like he did with part one of the root method, im sure he will make one for us.
    06-14-2010 10:53 AM
  7. apexi350z's Avatar
    Any one mind posting a "How to for total noobs that haven't rooted before" guide for the evo?

    Also does this root keep all features working? What about updates? Lemme know =)

    Much appreciated.
    There's no noob guide for this root hack. You have to run some adb commands, etc. The easiest way to root is the Unrevoked version.

    That's why I'm still using unrevoked root, no need to take my chance and brick the phone if I don't have to
    06-14-2010 01:34 PM
  8. beezy's Avatar
    There's no noob guide for this root hack. You have to run some adb commands, etc. The easiest way to root is the Unrevoked version.

    That's why I'm still using unrevoked root, no need to take my chance and brick the phone if I don't have to
    Unrevoked is easy.I doubt anyone bricks there phone in the root process as it not that easy to brick a android phone as long as it turns on it usually can be saved.Most bricking of android phones is people getting in a furry and flashing a not supported radio(GSM radio).Rooting itself shoudn't result in bricking.
    06-14-2010 01:46 PM
  9. MrDSL's Avatar
    Unrevoked is a waste of time and useless. It shouldn't even be considered root!!

    Sent from my EVO via Tapatalk
    06-15-2010 07:43 AM
  10. Ky1e.YC's Avatar
    got a rookie question here. what's big improvement for 2nd part root? i mean, i know it remove NAND RW permission and etc, but can anyone give some brief image here what we can do differently if we just have 1st part root?

    In addition, if i used rom manager for flash recovery on the 1st part, can i still use this instruction for the 2nd part? (I mean, i did install SDK, ADB Driver on my pc, so starting shell in cmd prompt is not a problem)
    06-15-2010 07:49 AM
  11. Ky1e.YC's Avatar
    Unrevoked is a waste of time and useless. It shouldn't even be considered root!!

    Sent from my EVO via Tapatalk
    I agree with that, but i also think it's a good temporary idea for the first time when u try to use Titanium backup b4 1st part root, dont you think?
    06-15-2010 07:50 AM
  12. Ky1e.YC's Avatar
    I asked TheBiles from XDA to make another idiotproof tutorial like he did with part one of the root method, im sure he will make one for us.
    Awesome. I also recommend max root video. try YouTube them or visit on htcevohacks.com
    06-15-2010 07:55 AM
  13. majorhunadadun's Avatar
    Hey there! Having trouble unrooting from thhis method. I ran the RUU and keep getting error 170- usb connection error. Is the driver not installed. Stupid me, when it prompted to install the driver before, I hit 'never for this device'. Any reversal for this??? Thx in advance!
    06-15-2010 09:11 AM
  14. swazedahustla's Avatar
    got a rookie question here. what's big improvement for 2nd part root? i mean, i know it remove NAND RW permission and etc, but can anyone give some brief image here what we can do differently if we just have 1st part root?

    In addition, if i used rom manager for flash recovery on the 1st part, can i still use this instruction for the 2nd part? (I mean, i did install SDK, ADB Driver on my pc, so starting shell in cmd prompt is not a problem)
    The difference is now you dont need to be at your cpu with the SDK installed to get into custom recovery. So you can get into recovery without hooking up the phone to anything. You can flash ROMs on the go, or wherever you are at the moment. You can also access the system through android, so using apps like root explorer can remove those unwanted apps now really simple. Lots of other benefits too, but thats my preference.
    06-15-2010 11:47 AM
  15. Ky1e.YC's Avatar
    The difference is now you dont need to be at your cpu with the SDK installed to get into custom recovery. So you can get into recovery without hooking up the phone to anything. You can flash ROMs on the go, or wherever you are at the moment. You can also access the system through android, so using apps like root explorer can remove those unwanted apps now really simple. Lots of other benefits too, but thats my preference.
    sweet. so that means i can use ROM Manager flash recovery after full root, then i can get recovery menu any time i want w/o computer, right?
    06-15-2010 12:17 PM
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