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    Default Anybody Root the Intercept Yet?

    OK, so I want to mess around a little bit with my Intercept, I'm thinking about rooting it.

    Has anyone rooted their Intecept? If so, please let me know what you did and what you think about the differences.

    Thanks!
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    97 views and no responses...come on people!

    I'd root it myself but I don't know anything about the process. There is tons out there about rooting the Moment, do you think it would be the same?
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    I have not seen anyone root the m910's yet, I would like to see it done tho!
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    I think, over on SDX-developers, they have... but wi-fi access is not working very well...
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    Default Root

    Over at SDX root and wifi taken care of....tether right now is done with Barnacle Legacy and an ad hoc network but it works....

    inxane custom kernel [root+wifi] [released!]
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    was wondering the same. not much here. The wifey just got one so wnated to have some fun with it
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    Root can be achieved for both 2.1 and 2.2. It was a pretty straight forward process, although you will need some software on your computer and be able to get your phone to talk to the computer (which, for me, was the hardest part).
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    As others have stated it has been done, I rooted my gf's intercept with the guide over at xda and it was pretty easy

    The problem I found was finding ROMs to flash as there is nowhere as much support for the intercept as for other devices. This was about a month or two ago so things might have changed

    I rooted using adb which some people have a hard time getting running, I run a linux box so it wasn't too bad for me.... Actually it was surprisingly easy

    Sent from my PC36100 using Tapatalk
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    Quote Originally Posted by bboykin87 View Post
    As others have stated it has been done, I rooted my gf's intercept with the guide over at xda and it was pretty easy

    The problem I found was finding ROMs to flash as there is nowhere as much support for the intercept as for other devices. This was about a month or two ago so things might have changed

    I rooted using adb which some people have a hard time getting running, I run a linux box so it wasn't too bad for me.... Actually it was surprisingly easy

    Sent from my PC36100 using Tapatalk
    Where was your tutorial?

    Sent From my VM Samsung Intercept via Tapatalk
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    Lightbulb Intercept Root - Manual ADB Tool Methods



    Here is one guide that can root you Samsung Intercept safely and install rooted Kernel of your choice:

    1.

    Permanent Root without using rooted Kernel

    [GUIDE] - How to gain permanent root using ADB Tool - Without Rooted Kernel/ROM


    2.

    Permanent Root by using rooted Kernel

    [GUIDE] - How to install Custom Kernel/ROM on your Intercept using CM01 Recovery


    3.

    Temporary Root

    [GUIDE] - How to use ADB Tool Manual method for getting Temporary Root

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    Thanks for the above links.

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