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Voodoo OTA RootKeeper

This is a discussion on Voodoo OTA RootKeeper within the Motorola Atrix Apps forums, part of the Motorola Atrix Forum category; Just wanted to point out this app which was originally created for the Kindle Fire to restore root after an OTA update: https://market.android.com/details?i....otarootkeeper I've successfully ...

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    Voodoo OTA RootKeeper

    Just wanted to point out this app which was originally created for the Kindle Fire to restore root after an OTA update:

    https://market.android.com/details?i....otarootkeeper

    I've successfully used it on the Atrix to unroot/reroot for apps that don't like rooted devices. It's main purpose is to reboot after an OTA update and people have reported success with that as well on devices other than the Fire. You must have it installed and create a backup prior to the OTA update for that to work, though.

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    Cool beans. I don't think I will ever do an OTA update ever again, but that is definitely a good app to have. I would like to see more people posting that it works before I would make a formal recommendation.

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    I have seen people reporting that that rootkeeper doesn't always work.

    There is a hack for the A2 that might work on the A4G as well. Out of curiosity, does the A4G have /system/bin/mount_ext3.sh? You can modify it to chmod su and Superuser every time ext3 is mounted, thus keeping root through an OTA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cogeary View Post
    I have seen people reporting that that rootkeeper doesn't always work.

    There is a hack for the A2 that might work on the A4G as well. Out of curiosity, does the A4G have /system/bin/mount_ext3.sh? You can modify it to chmod su and Superuser every time ext3 is mounted, thus keeping root through an OTA.

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    Indeed we do, and I had heard that it might work for the A1 a few months ago when it was found for the Droid line, but I never tried it. I guess I just have faith the powers-that-be shall keep us in root.

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