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Re: Help rooting LG P509 android v 2.2.2
I just received my replacement phone and tried the manual entry (which worked perfect when the Android version was 2.2), but now the new phone is running 2.2.2. I came across this thread and am wondering if you used Gingerbreak from within the SuperOneClick 2.3.1 program, or did you use it stand-alone (does it exist separately)? I've tried SuperOneClick 2.3.1, 2.2, & 1.95 using Gingerbreak, psneuter, and zergRush, all with no success.
The problem I'm having is that once the exploit is executed, the ADB server does not detect the device unless I shutdown and restart the P509. I recall that the older phones restarted after the exploit executed. This does not happen now.
Here's my details: Android 2.2.2
Kernel 126.96.36.199 lg-electronics@android-buildserver #1
Build number FRG83G
Software version LG-P509-V10s
Any resources or exploits exist that I haven't tried? I've even tried the procedure through four different USB 2.0 ports, all with no success.