1. genuino's Avatar
    I'm happy with my phone, but I would like to root it just to freeze bloatware and be able to use Titanium for full back up with app settings, not to flash roms or anything more. I did the bubby's simple root without success, so I'm back to stock AT&T rom. After reading a little bit on it, I noticed that quite a few people did it without a problem, but those were on 2.2 or 2.1, my Inspire is on 2.2.1 and kept telling me that can't do it because was too new of a firmware.
    Questions is, is that a new HTC anti-rooting move with 2.2.1? I know that part of rooting the Inspire is to downgrade first, root it and flash a ROM of your likings. Downgrading on a phone on 2.2.1 doesn't work, am I the only one with this issue? I guess I'll be waiting for an update on rooting or for Unrevoked to be updated for the Inspire.
    I've seen using SDK and/or ADB to get rid of or renaming apps (freezing them) without rooting, is that even possible?
    Help is appreciated.
    04-09-2011 08:49 AM
  2. blueluck77's Avatar
    Eventually there has to be an easier way to root the phone. I just want to be able to take screen shots on the fly, not when I am plugged into the computer using the SDK
    04-09-2011 02:11 PM