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I think you guys have root now with the device after firmware upgrade. I mounted the boot.img file from the update package that was just posted by Mp4doggie, and it appears that the default.prop has root enabled. Essentially you will be flashing the device with the Rockchip SDK firmware. Here's default.prop of boot.img:
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## ADDITIONAL_DEFAULT_PROPERTIES#ro.secure=0ro.allow.mock.location=1ro.debuggable=1persist.service.adb.enable=1wifi.interface=wlan0ro.product.locale.language=zhro.product.locale.region=CNrild.libpath=/system/lib/libreference-ril.soro.radio.use-ppp=yesril.baudrate=115200ril.atchannel=/dev/ttyUSB2ril.pppchannel=/dev/ttyUSB0ro.setupwizard.mode=EMULATOR
 

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[quote author=xaueious link=topic=388.msg3344#msg3344 date=1275204984]I think you guys have root now with the device after firmware upgrade. I mounted the boot.img file from the update package that was just posted by Mp4doggie, and it appears that the default.prop has root enabled. Essentially you will be flashing the device with the Rockchip SDK firmware. Here's default.prop of boot.img:
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## ADDITIONAL_DEFAULT_PROPERTIES#ro.secure=0ro.allow.mock.location=1ro.debuggable=1persist.service.adb.enable=1wifi.interface=wlan0ro.product.locale.language=zhro.product.locale.region=CNrild.libpath=/system/lib/libreference-ril.soro.radio.use-ppp=yesril.baudrate=115200ril.atchannel=/dev/ttyUSB2ril.pppchannel=/dev/ttyUSB0ro.setupwizard.mode=EMULATOR
[/quote]Apad has root access with ADB, but not has rooted.I just changed "su" of original firmware that was posted by Mp4doggie, It has rooted.Without changing "su", you can't run applications that need root permission.
 

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That means it is a pre-rooted ROM. Just install SuperUser and it should be fine. I included it as attachment. 1. be updated to the firmware update2. make sure you have adb working and connected to the device3. extact the whole archive after downloading here and run the attached .bat file http://www.multiupload.com/NELG49UUQSThe terminal emulator is for the G1 so I have no idea how it works, but it should get su working properly at leastBorrowed from this xda thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=521863And replaced Superuser from Cursorsense: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=592856
 

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[quote author=jlove link=topic=388.msg3573#msg3573 date=1275283902]@hellomerong,I did try the same but cant change the su app because filestystem is readonly as cramfs.Ho did you change your su?[/quote]Yes, system partition's filesystem is cramfsI unpacked system.img and chage su, some apps on linux. Then I repacked and update with update software on this site.It works well. So I'm trying to make custom firmware.
 

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[quote author=jlove link=topic=388.msg3592#msg3592 date=1275295344]I did the same and changed the SU from a hacked one with the original.But it didnt work. The Terminal says "permission denied"[/quote]superuser.apk looks su in /system/bin, so you should copy su to /system/bin also.After install of superuser.apk, application that needs root permission will work.I'd rooted my apad, and tested market enabler.
 

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yes i did update my firmware.I will try moving su to /system/binEdit: I did copy the su command to system/bin directory but now i get the following:su: permission deniedhere1here2here3here4$No root yet.
 
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