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[Howto] Root TB Android Nougat with Magisk
#21
(03-09-2019, 10:59 AM)lobo Wrote:
(03-09-2019, 09:49 AM)Leskriim Wrote: Is it mandatory to compile the source code for root?
No it is not needed. Please read carefully the first post.

If we follow the second method, simply connect the micro sd with android and enter the following commands? because I did it and it did not work, but I think virtualbox did not recognize my key (although I added it in the VB configuration)
 I'm french

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#22
Hell Leskrim,
you can create a link to your sdcard device and have access to it in VB.
Here you can find how to do this on a windows host:
https://scribles.net/accessing-sd-card-f...dows-host/
Then you should be able to write with dd to it, here I assume the sdcard will be /dev/sdb in Ubuntu:
Code:
sudo dd of=/dev/sdb if=newboot.img bs=512 seek=122880
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#23
(03-12-2019, 06:30 AM)lobo Wrote: Hell Leskrim,
you can create a link to your sdcard device and have access to it in VB.
Here you can find how to do this on a windows host:
https://scribles.net/accessing-sd-card-f...dows-host/
Then you should be able to write with dd to it, here I assume the sdcard will be /dev/sdb in Ubuntu:
Code:
sudo dd of=/dev/sdb if=newboot.img bs=512 seek=122880

What is a DD?
 I'm french

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#24
Data Duplicator, a basic Linux command.
https://linuxconfig.org/learning-linux-commands-dd
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