tango71 @ 06/03/2014, 23:38
Root did not try on the clock?
Today, IвЂ™ll test my performance, if everything вЂњfunctionsвЂќ, then IвЂ™ll translate the instructions in the next couple of days: happy: After a quick glance at the original, it became clear that the instructions would have to be greatly complemented, IвЂ™m very briefly described the comrad with XDA: happy:
Eagleonok @ 06/04/2014 02:24
I see no reason for now
So far there is really little sense, but in the future you will still have to get root, at least to install custom and "patched" widgets ...
Dr.Di0NiS @ 06/04/2014 08:00
Today I will test the performance
Tested! The method is quite efficient and I got root rights on my watch without any problems. Everything is quite simple and in order not to be unfounded I provide a screenshot of the process of enabling the root account on the clock from the SDB console. It looks a bit different from the way it looks for a guy with XDA, the reason is that I used the ConEmu console emulator (its window title is visible in the screenshot) and called SDB commands from under Far Manager:
In general, I repeated all the little useless murkiness behind my American colleague, the only thing that really interests us is the result of the "whoami" command. It is he who gives the name of the current user of the system. In my case, as you can see, this is root.
P.S. A little later I will do a full instruction with writing the whole process in order to reduce the number of "bricks";)Post has been editedRubaka - 04.06.14, 22:12