Thunderbolt gets root and NAND access

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    Thunderbolt gets root and NAND access

    Thunderbolt gets root and NAND access






    While there has been a lot of speculating when the HTC Thunderbolt will be launched (dare we say the 24th), XDA have been busy achieving root access. Well, they did just that. What we have here is a pre-production Thunderbolt (Mecha) which has successfully been rooted, its internal memory successfully broken into, with Clockwork Recovery installed.
    Just remember it's a pre-production unit, it's entirely possible that it's likely that there may be some changes, thus affecting the entire process. But it's a step in the right direction. Now, is it the 24th yet? One more picture after the break. Also be sure to check out the Andirc channel.

    [XDA via the Android Central Forums]

    by Chris Kerrigan



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    Wow, that will sway quite a few people to the tbolt for sure. The bionic is looking like a distant second.

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    Why buy new unproven technology (moto. bionic) locked down tighter than fort knox! when you can have proven technology (evo 4g/thunderbolt) thats user friendly? Told moto. in email, No more moto. phones for me until you give your customers what they want instead of giving us what you want! if you feel as i do call,chat or email moto. and tell them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe cool View Post
    Why buy new unproven technology (moto. bionic) locked down tighter than fort knox! when you can have proven technology (evo 4g/thunderbolt) thats user friendly? Told moto. in email, No more moto. phones for me until you give your customers what they want instead of giving us what you want! if you feel as i do call,chat or email moto. and tell them!
    Nice idea, but I don't think Motorola gives a rat's patootie WHAT it's potential customers think. They seemed to be obsessed with this kind of "How **dare** you root our phones!!!??" mind set, as evidenced by their relentless efforts, via OTA updates, to un-root the phones of those who have made a conscience effort to reap the advantage of rooting. By doing so, I make an informed decision to never have anything further to do with Motorola, their products, or their updates. No, they are truly "The Evil Empire", and I plan to spend my money on the HTC Thunderbolt.
    Last edited by UltraDroid; 02-20-2011 at 05:25 PM.
    GSM Galaxy Note 3 (Black) - Straight Stock
    GSM Galaxy Note 2 (Titanium) - Rooted running Jedi X20 Rom
    GSM Galaxy Nexus (Black) - Straight Stock

    GSM Samsung Galaxy S3 (Red) - Rooted running Deadly Venom v8.0.1 Rom


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    hopefully clockwork isn't our only recovery option

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    sombody please splain to me this whole "rooted" thing. I do want to get all I can out of my new Tbolt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NaGilum View Post
    O.K.

    sombody please splain to me this whole "rooted" thing. I do want to get all I can out of my new Tbolt.
    Rooting lets you have control of your phone, to change or access things you are normally locked out of. Think of developer mode on the Pre. Rooting, however is a little more complicated.

    Beamed down to the earthlings, from my eVo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe cool View Post
    Why buy new unproven technology (moto. bionic) locked down tighter than fort knox! when you can have proven technology (evo 4g/thunderbolt) thats user friendly? Told moto. in email, No more moto. phones for me until you give your customers what they want instead of giving us what you want! if you feel as i do call,chat or email moto. and tell them!
    I'm waiting for the Bionic just for the fact that it's a Moto phone. I love my OG Droid. Seems like they made my Droid to exactly what I was looking for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p1ngputts View Post
    I'm waiting for the Bionic just for the fact that it's a Moto phone. I love my OG Droid. Seems like they made my Droid to exactly what I was looking for.
    Be sure to check out android.net's bionic forum

    www.bionicforums.net

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    I am rockin the T-Bolt myself, Loving it, Have it connected to my laptop via hotspot. It cranks on 4G.

    I am looking forward to rooting it myself soon as well.
    Where Ever you Go! There You Are :cool:


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