[TUTORIAL]Root FRG83(N1) in Ubuntu 10.04 without unlocking bootloader

This is a discussion on [TUTORIAL]Root FRG83(N1) in Ubuntu 10.04 without unlocking bootloader within the Nexus One Development & Hacking forums, part of the Nexus One category; [quote=PurpleZoe;89408] Originally Posted by theaceoffire O.O Well it should not be, right? I assume rageagainstthecage-arm5.bin is found on your desktop, in a folder called phone. ...

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    [quote=PurpleZoe;89408]
    Quote Originally Posted by theaceoffire View Post
    O.O

    Well it should not be, right?

    I assume rageagainstthecage-arm5.bin is found on your desktop, in a folder called phone.

    If it was, the location would be "~/Desktop/phone/rageagainstthecage-arm5.bin", thus the command would be:

    adb push ~/Desktop/phone/rageagainstthecage-arm5.bin /data/local/tmp/rage

    At this point, before running anything, you should have the following:

    In folder '/usr/bin':
    adb

    In folder '~/Desktop/phone':
    rageagainstthecage-arm5.bin
    busybox
    su
    Superuser.apk
    Interesting/disturbing development...
    When I got to root, three times, the usb connection turned itself off.
    Then on my last attempt, the phone shut itself off, and restarted.
    When it came back on, it showed no service, and upon reconnecting the usb, the indicator that would ask me to turn the usb on, doesn't come on.
    Though the service isn't working, the wifi is showing as on.

    I followed directions, but the phone is resetting itself in weird ways.
    I have no adb once again, because the phone's not acknowledging the usb cord.

    Any suggestions what I do from here?
    Factory reset?

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    I restarted and got service again. Maybe it was a restart glitch. Beginning again.

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    Figured out that the usb is disconnecting itself after I enter ./rage in step 3e (there's a long script that pops up and tells me it will reset).
    I reconnect and proceed with the directions to the letter.
    I get to #, but when I attempt to start server in part 4, I get:
    cd: bad substiution
    I still appear to have root, but I'm not comprehending what's happening at this point.

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    Doesn't seem to be working out. I don't know if there's some kind of weird issue with my phone or what?
    I continue to gain temporary root with each try, but the phone either disconnects the usb cord, or restarts, and upon restart shows no service, until I restart again (has happened more than once with the automatic restarting).

    This is the last part of the script I'm given after this happens:

    adb connection will be reset. restart adb server on desktop and re-login


    At this point, I don't know that I can get around this. I'm following your tutorial to the letter. Could be there was a glitch when this phone got the frg83d update?
    Truly at a loss, and don't want to eat up your time, especially if this phone is resisting permanent root with these steps.

    I'm going to try to figure out how to root this unlocking bootloader.
    Thankyou for the time you've taken.
    If there are further developments that can be of use, I will definitely
    share.

    *salute*

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