Resend: Toloongg...WTA: Help...lagi mau ngeroot G1

by Henry Wiwiet » Thu, 11 Mar 2010 07:07:58 GMT

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Resend: Toloongg...WTA: Help...lagi mau ngeroot G1

by Dede Ardian » Thu, 11 Mar 2010 13:13:17 GMT

 pakai bisa gak ? 

2010/3/10 Enya Anggia <>


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Resend: Toloongg...WTA: Help...lagi mau ngeroot G1

by Enya Anggia » Thu, 11 Mar 2010 15:48:07 GMT

Linknya ga bisa dibuka, error... uses an invalid security certificate
The certificate is only valid for the following names*. ,
(Error code: ssl_error_bad_cert_domain)

Ada yg lain boss?
Btw, boleh japri ga ntar malem pas nyoba?

~sent from ma Android phone~

ini kayaknya Postingan *Suhu Widi :*

G1 saya juga asli singtel.
awalnya pake flashrec gagal.
trus saya googling, nemu ROM official untuk G1 australi, optus kalo gak
salah istilahnya.
saya flah rom itu dg cara standard, yaitu di rename dulu namanya jadi dan di taruh di root nya sdcard.
flash pake recovery standard berhasil.
lalu saya coba pake flashrec, dan berhasil, sekalian dg flashrec itu saya
flash recoverynya punya cm. berhasil.
artinya, akses root sudah dapat, walo masih sebatas pada saat masuk recovery
mode aja.
tapi dengan itu saya sudah bisa flash rom yg custom, dimana rom custom
biasanya sudah ada app untuk gain root akses.

begitu pengalaman rooting saya di G1.


nih coba download rom nya

kali aja berhasil, melihat caranya yang lebih mudah


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