Root your Motorola Droid X2 tutorial. Code Version 2 Recomended doesnt work: Both versions doesnt include catch cases. And i solved it in Version 2. Tap the first mount script mountro. Long press a blank area on your home screen and select Widget.
You must have Busybox installed. Only it mounts built. You must be rooted. Okay, I got sick of typing Code: Even if not, you also have RootTools. I went on Super User apk, Settings tab, and "tapped" at the last item, to update the su binary.
The following is the code for each of the scripts: Download Script Manager from the market. Repeat steps for the mountrw script. Now you can run each script from within Script Manager, or create shortcuts to them on your home screen.
The way I like it. In 2nd version i m using the generic su command, so user has to accept SU privileges only ONE time, and i m using output stream. To create the shortcuts, do the following: This configures the script as a favorite and to run the script as root.
And make it not depend on busyboxbecause maybe somebody has his busybox on old version etc etc. Solution of this is not a simple command. If you are rooted, you have busybox installed.
Eclpise will found them for you Check out your logcat adb logcatto see that indeed it works! I updated my answer, and I believe RootTools handles the whole process.
Tried several things, and answer was to a simple change mode, what i have done: The change mode command requires 4 digits. Open the Script Manager app and navigate to the folder you put the mount scripts in. In the Choose Widget popup, scroll down to Script Manager Ads if you have the free version and tap it.
I found out about them on XDA.
Although if you change it, you may brick your device! Second day of efforts, and finally found it!!!!! This will place the shortcut on your home screen. Also i got another problem.
Tap the star and the Android superuser icon next to it. With latest su binary, this code changes slightly. The RootTools are great, though. This code by its own, it does nothing to your device. So, now it can be run both ways! In the list, tap the mountro script.
With that update, everything below isnt working.
Repeat steps 5 through 7 for the second mount script mountrw 9.Dec 09, · #!/system/bin/sh # This mounts the /system file system as Read Only which is the default when # Android is booted. echo. How to Make System Writable on Android Nougat (for Adaway, and other system apps) August 31, - AM.
Shares 0. busybox mount -o rw,remount system; That’s it. System partition is. remount will by default remount the /system partition with rw, if you have the permissions. Note 1: To do su or adb root, your device must be rooted and have su executable on it.
When you do an su, if it is executed properly, your terminal prompt will change from $ to #.
A terminal command for a rooted Android to remount /System as read/write. You can try adb remount command also to remount /system as read write.
adb remount share | improve this answer. answered Jul 9 '14 at Rahul R Dhobi. can't mount android system partition as read/write. 0. First command open a remote shell to the device, second get root privileges (here the reasons you need a rooted device, you can try jump this step and check if work but doesn't ensure), third remount the filesystem in read/write mode.
Write files to /system. Ask Question. up vote 3 down vote favorite. 3. Root Explorer and other file management apps all have to remount /system as r/w and mount back as read-only. How to write to a system file - Android. Related. How do I create a Java string from the contents of a file?Download