無事にXperia X10をroot化した成功root咗Xperia X10

無事にXperia X10をroot化した大人しくrootせずにXperia X10を使ってたら、やっぱり、制限多すぎて、xda-developersを除いてみたら、X10のroot情報とかrootまでの手順も丁寧に書かれてるから、rootっちゃおとしてみた。

Newbies Guide to Rooting X10 and giving you the newest firmware! – xda-developers

NOTE: Before you begin, you should know that this process will wipe everything off your phone. So backup your contacts, and text messages and everything on your phone! Download a free backup program from the market to make backups onto your SD card, and after you’re done everything, download that program again and restore everything from SD card. Your SD card remains fine.


1)
Install SEUS (Sony Ericsson Update Service).
You can get it from here: http://www.sonyericsson.com/cws/down…-2.10.6.21.exe

2) Run SEUS, follow the prompts. You don’t need to update the phone through it, but get the phone ready for updating. This process should install the drivers necessary for the rooting process.

Note: I suggest you keep your USB cable attached to that USB port. Remember which USB port of your computer it’s attached to, as changing USB ports can lead to a bit of confusion for the next 2 steps!

3) To check if #2 was successful, click on Start, click Run, and type: regedit
In the Registry Editor that pops up, click on Computer, press CTRL+F, and search for this: USB\Vid_0fce&Pid_adde\

After it’s finished finding, on the right side you’ll see DeviceInstance, then it says REG_SZ, then it says something like USB\Vid_0fce&Pid_adde\5&270d2a78&0&3
You’ll need that last bit (in this example: 5&270d2a78&0&3 Yours would probably be different). This is your DeviceID (you’ll need it soon!)

Note: You may have multiple of these if you plugged the USB cord into many USB ports on your computer. Each USB port will give a different DeviceID, so if you have more than one DeviceID, you’ll have to choose one, and if it doesn’t work (you’ll find out when you reach #5!) you will have to choose another one.

Alternatively, download the file in the next step and extract it, go to the folder called 1st, and run the DeviceID.jar file. It should give your DeviceID

4) Download this:
http://filevo.com/1nlq8wryo11u.html
or from here: http://rapidshare.com/files/40436308…16_ft.rar.html
Extract it.
In the step1 folder, you’ll see a file called DeviceID.txt
Open it up, delete whatever’s there, and put YOUR DeviceID (that you found from the previous step).
Save the file and close notepad.

Note: Make sure there are no extra spaces or lines after/before the DeviceID. The ONLY thing that should be in the file is your DeviceID, NO SPACES/LINES (for example, only this: 5&270d2a78&0&3 [yours will probably be different])

5) Take out the USB cable from your phone (leave it plugged into your computer)
Turn your phone OFF
Open up step1.cmd (it’s not inside the step1 folder, but outside it), but DON’T PRESS ANYTHING

Now we have to put the phone into flash mode. This is how you do it:
Hold the Back button on your phone, and while holding the back button, insert the USB cable into the phone.
A green light should come on the phone (like when it’s charging or a missed call)
Quickly “Press any key to continue…” in the open step1.cmd window.

Let it finish what it’s doing. It will say “Press any key to continue…” after it’s finished. Until then, DON’T touch anything!

If you get problems in this step, refer to this post:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show…68&postcount=3
Here’s a helpful video for common java issue: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=713457

After completion, this will give you a Generic X10i R1FA016 firmware (check it by pressing the left button, go to settings>about phone and at the very bottom under build number)
Keep your phone plugged into the USB.

6) Download this:
http://filevo.com/yzmh8wlyrgtz.html
or from here: http://rapidshare.com/files/40435984…_F2v2.rar.html
Extract it.
DELETE step4 folder, step5 folder, step4.cmd and step5.cmd

Now we’re going to put the phone into Debugging mode:
Turn your phone on if it’s not already on.
Press the left button, go to Settings>Applications>Development and check on USB debugging, press OK in the popup. Plug the USB into the phone (in case you disconnected it). You should see an exclamation mark at the very top left of the screen of the phone.

Note: This next step can take a while!
Open step2.cmd, don’t press anything!
On the phone, a list of buttons will come up eventually. Press the 6th option (something about update from SDcard). ONLY PRESS IT ONCE!
Leave your phone alone. Go to the washroom or eat a snack.
You’ll see the progress on the phone screen, as it installs the package. Leave everything alone.

After completion, this will give you a Generic X10i R2BA023 firmware.

If you get problems, try this post: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show…postcount=1122

7) The phone should be on, USB plugged in, and already in USB debugging mode.
Open step3.cmd, and ‘Press any key to continue’
Let it finish what it’s doing, it will say ‘Press any key to continue’ at the end after it’s finished.

After completion, this will give you ROOT! And it also installs some programs for you.

 これで、無事にrootしました。なにかsuperuserとかのアプリも入るようになった。root終わるまで結構時間がかかったが、やり方は案外と簡単だった。よ~し、まずはandroidscreencastを使っちゃうわ。w成功root咗Xperia X10諗住乖乖哋唔root機地用Xperia X10的,不過,始終都係太多限制啦,瞄一瞄xda-developers之後,睇到有啲X10的root機資料,仲寫埋root機過程添,於是就諗住root囉.

Newbies Guide to Rooting X10 and giving you the newest firmware! – xda-developers

NOTE: Before you begin, you should know that this process will wipe everything off your phone. So backup your contacts, and text messages and everything on your phone! Download a free backup program from the market to make backups onto your SD card, and after you’re done everything, download that program again and restore everything from SD card. Your SD card remains fine.


1)
Install SEUS (Sony Ericsson Update Service).
You can get it from here: http://www.sonyericsson.com/cws/down…-2.10.6.21.exe

2) Run SEUS, follow the prompts. You don’t need to update the phone through it, but get the phone ready for updating. This process should install the drivers necessary for the rooting process.

Note: I suggest you keep your USB cable attached to that USB port. Remember which USB port of your computer it’s attached to, as changing USB ports can lead to a bit of confusion for the next 2 steps!

3) To check if #2 was successful, click on Start, click Run, and type: regedit
In the Registry Editor that pops up, click on Computer, press CTRL+F, and search for this: USB\Vid_0fce&Pid_adde\

After it’s finished finding, on the right side you’ll see DeviceInstance, then it says REG_SZ, then it says something like USB\Vid_0fce&Pid_adde\5&270d2a78&0&3
You’ll need that last bit (in this example: 5&270d2a78&0&3 Yours would probably be different). This is your DeviceID (you’ll need it soon!)

Note: You may have multiple of these if you plugged the USB cord into many USB ports on your computer. Each USB port will give a different DeviceID, so if you have more than one DeviceID, you’ll have to choose one, and if it doesn’t work (you’ll find out when you reach #5!) you will have to choose another one.

Alternatively, download the file in the next step and extract it, go to the folder called 1st, and run the DeviceID.jar file. It should give your DeviceID

4) Download this:
http://filevo.com/1nlq8wryo11u.html
or from here: http://rapidshare.com/files/40436308…16_ft.rar.html
Extract it.
In the step1 folder, you’ll see a file called DeviceID.txt
Open it up, delete whatever’s there, and put YOUR DeviceID (that you found from the previous step).
Save the file and close notepad.

Note: Make sure there are no extra spaces or lines after/before the DeviceID. The ONLY thing that should be in the file is your DeviceID, NO SPACES/LINES (for example, only this: 5&270d2a78&0&3 [yours will probably be different])

5) Take out the USB cable from your phone (leave it plugged into your computer)
Turn your phone OFF
Open up step1.cmd (it’s not inside the step1 folder, but outside it), but DON’T PRESS ANYTHING

Now we have to put the phone into flash mode. This is how you do it:
Hold the Back button on your phone, and while holding the back button, insert the USB cable into the phone.
A green light should come on the phone (like when it’s charging or a missed call)
Quickly “Press any key to continue…” in the open step1.cmd window.

Let it finish what it’s doing. It will say “Press any key to continue…” after it’s finished. Until then, DON’T touch anything!

If you get problems in this step, refer to this post:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show…68&postcount=3
Here’s a helpful video for common java issue: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=713457

After completion, this will give you a Generic X10i R1FA016 firmware (check it by pressing the left button, go to settings>about phone and at the very bottom under build number)
Keep your phone plugged into the USB.

6) Download this:
http://filevo.com/yzmh8wlyrgtz.html
or from here: http://rapidshare.com/files/40435984…_F2v2.rar.html
Extract it.
DELETE step4 folder, step5 folder, step4.cmd and step5.cmd

Now we’re going to put the phone into Debugging mode:
Turn your phone on if it’s not already on.
Press the left button, go to Settings>Applications>Development and check on USB debugging, press OK in the popup. Plug the USB into the phone (in case you disconnected it). You should see an exclamation mark at the very top left of the screen of the phone.

Note: This next step can take a while!
Open step2.cmd, don’t press anything!
On the phone, a list of buttons will come up eventually. Press the 6th option (something about update from SDcard). ONLY PRESS IT ONCE!
Leave your phone alone. Go to the washroom or eat a snack.
You’ll see the progress on the phone screen, as it installs the package. Leave everything alone.

After completion, this will give you a Generic X10i R2BA023 firmware.

If you get problems, try this post: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show…postcount=1122

7) The phone should be on, USB plugged in, and already in USB debugging mode.
Open step3.cmd, and ‘Press any key to continue’
Let it finish what it’s doing, it will say ‘Press any key to continue’ at the end after it’s finished.

After completion, this will give you ROOT! And it also installs some programs for you.

咁樣就,成功哋root咗啦.仲有啲唔知咩superuser軟件係入面.root完的過程幾耐吓,不過出奇地簡單啊.好啦,首先就用吓androidscreencast啦.w

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