Simple SDK setup guide

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    Yes I enabled USB debugging. OK I will try this what you are saying. Thanks

    Sent from my Nexus One using Tapatalk

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    Updated to include the GingerBreak exploit.
    Now working for Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)

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    Hi, nice guide, very easy to understand, i rooted my N1 Froyo with your guide last time. I struggled for 3 hours today to root with gingerbreak and succeeded by looking at your last guide at the same time, so thank you very much.

    I wanna know if it's necessary to change back the file systems of /system/app and /system/bin after using these 2 commands

    chmod 777 /system/bin
    chmod 777 /system/app

    and I think there was a typo here
    rm boomsh
    rm boom
    I think the second line should be "rm sh"

    It's a great guide!

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    Thanks for the feedback!
    Of course, you are correct, and I'll go clean it up... xD

    Yes, it was a typo - thanks, I'll go fix!

    For the folder permissions, I worked on the assumption that most people would just install a new ROM. I guess I should revert the permissions for those who wish to stick with a rooted stock ROM though. I'll tweak that also...

    EDIT:
    I think I've cleaned it up (bit of a pain working from the phone). Let me know if you see anything else?

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    OK, so I'm working on a one-click approach for the lazy types. I've managed to get temp root with a single click, using the Gingerbreak exploit. Next step is to make it stick... xD

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    Quote Originally Posted by danger-rat View Post
    OK, so I'm working on a one-click approach for the lazy types. I've managed to get temp root with a single click, using the Gingerbreak exploit. Next step is to make it stick... xD
    Any luck on the One-Click approach? (I just bought a new Nexus One for my wife and want to root it, unfortunately I upgraded to Gingerbread before rooting it)

    Also I get a 'fatal error' when unpacking your gingerbreak zip

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    Not had chance to do any more work on the script for a one-click yet.

    I've just tested the zip, and it's working fine for me (using WinRar).
    Try downloading again, in case you got a bad dl...

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    Quote Originally Posted by danger-rat View Post
    Not had chance to do any more work on the script for a one-click yet.

    I've just tested the zip, and it's working fine for me (using WinRar).
    Try downloading again, in case you got a bad dl...
    Thanks danger-rat I was using peazip before, I downloaded an evaluation of winrar and it seemed to work fine.

    it's been a while since I rooted my other N1 and I used the the One-click method back then.

    So I am a bit rusty, when I connect the new N1 to the computer it isn't showing up....I have been cross referencing your guide with the XDA guide: [22.04.2011][v1.1] GingerBreak APK (root for GingerBread) - xda-developers

    I have a few questions?

    if I reset the N1 to factory reset will it reset back to 2.2 which it originally shipped with or will it stay on it's current 2.3.3? I thought about doing a factory reset then using one-click method from 2.2

    if I stay with 2.3.3 and I need to install to phone and not storage, how do I get the phone to show up on my computer?

    Anyway Thanks in advance

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    No a factory reset will only wipe the phone from data you will keep the 2.3.3 although if your use the passimg method you can get back to frg33 then you can use the original superoneclick although it will wipe your phone from data just like a factory reset. If you want I can show you how.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dude Random21 View Post
    No a factory reset will only wipe the phone from data you will keep the 2.3.3 although if your use the passimg method you can get back to frg33 then you can use the original superoneclick although it will wipe your phone from data just like a factory reset. If you want I can show you how.
    Yes please show.

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