Wednesday, September 12, 2012

How to root the JXD S602–by Skelton

Thanks again Skelton for this guide!

Source: http://forum.openhandhelds.net/index.php/topic,167.msg927.html?PHPSESSID=0dbe2065d25d2c62662b276c5db21793#msg927

[HOW TO] Root JXD s602
« on: Today at 03:07:38 AM »

This is a brief tutorial on how to make root to s602:

first of all download and extract file to the folder you want:

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/69559458/s602_Root.zip

- Connect your s602 to PC in USB debugging mode. Go to Settings/Developer Options/USB debugging
- Allow system to install apps from unknown sources. Go to Settings/Security/Unknown sources.

System should install drivers automatically (at least it did on mine). If not, tell Windows update to search for drivers or try this generic ones.

- https://dl.dropbox.com/u/69559458/usb_driver.rar

Now, with console in USB debugging Mode, run the file root.bat. (We'll keep the program script opened until the end of the process)

- System will power off, and script will ask us to press a key (We don't do it yet)

- Power on s602 again and reconnect using usb debugging mode, probably you will need to unplug and plug the usb cable.

- Now we press a key and system will power off again.

- We power on again and repeat the process like in previous step. At this time it is possible that screen shows some bad colours on screen. Don't worry, it's ok.

- Now with USB debugging connected again we press a key in the screen, the script will show in screen the following:
    Adb remount, and next it will copy some files to our PC. When it finishes system will power off again . You can close the script and we have rooted the device.

There is a second step that is not necessary but I suggest doing it anyway.

We power on the s602 and we will see superuser app installed in our system.

- Open superuser and go to settings:

Select the option Su Binary v3.0.3.2. System will update our su binaries and place them at the system/bin folder. (you need wifi for that).

Superuser will tell us that we are up to date, but we click on "update anyway".

Probably we get a fail warning in line "remounting /system as ro", but it's ok. We repeat the process using option "that was cool, do it again"

Now superuser will update our binaries and we are finished.

P.D; I don't know if this method works for other GP33003 devices like Yinlips g17, g19 o JXd s603, but it deserves a try,

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