Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Root Htc Evo 4g Gingerbread Android 2.3.3 Hboot 2.16

Hello guys I will be showing you how to root Gingerbread for Htc Evo 4g. This root had been very anticipated and it should work for you. If you guys have ever used the Unrevoked method to root froyo then this is going to very similar to that. I have made a youtube video with all the steps so look below and you can see that and all the steps in action. To get all the written steps and all the download links go here to get all links click here also to get all the steps update your drivers then go here click here to learn how to update drivers, but make sure to download the drivers from the first link I gave you and do not download the Unrevoked modified drivers drivers just follow the steps on that page. This root is only eight steps and they are very simple and I have explained them all in my video below. This only works with windows  so you need to have a windows computer for this to work. You also need to delete htc sync. The steps are very easy this is a permittee root so you do not need to run it after you run it one time. After you root your phone and get superuser permissions you can flash all of those amazing roms and get the wifi tether for free. If you want to find out how to do all of that look at some of my other post on this site and have fun with your rooted android 2.3.3 Gingerbread Htc Evo 4g. If you guys are having trouble with the root go here Click here if you need help.

23 comments:

  1. i have down everything now how do i shoot wifi from my evo 4g s-off 2.3.3

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  2. I got the same Custom rom as u and how do u get the error stuff to stop popping up

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  3. Same here, I got it to S-off but my free wireless tether says that I'm still not rooted.

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  4. This might be a dumb question, but I'm just trying to make sure. Is this root for an EVO 2.3 that was never rooted at 2.2

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  5. Once you have S-off you still need to make a Nandroid back up then flash a ROM. the ROM that you flash will allow you to use the hotspot.

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  6. and how do i do the Nandroid back up and then flash the rom?

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  7. I'm new to this and I can't get the beta key?

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  8. Actually when I enter the beta key it says its wrong or invalid. Am I entering it wrong or is there a special way to enter it? Newby!

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  9. I Cant Get the divers to download to my computer whats the problem

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  10. What is the link to the instructional video?

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  11. i nave s off will this still work

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  12. Wheres the link to the websight in the video??

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  13. your video did not explain ANYTHING! you didnt even know how to open device manager, put your head down in shame boy

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  14. Ya your just not smart enough to follow along and im pretty sure you didnt know where the device manager was either.

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  15. Seems like a lot of problems, I will hang on to froyo until unrevoked figures this out.

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  16. I wish I didn't upgrade to gingerbread, I was so excited to root my phone then I have read a lot about people bricking their phones with 2.3.3 I guess I will be patient and wait til something solid and legit comes out.

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  17. just rooted my evo4g with gingerbread, i have the superuser icon.. but i really just wanna use my hotspot but i dont know how.. what should i do

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  18. You people are idiots and to the rooted bunch Congrats you are not idiots

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  19. roots not really nessesary with all the apps out.. as far as the hotspot goes just download pda net from the android market for free.. share your connection thru usb... much faster than wi fi hotspot anyways...

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  20. Not really ya pda net is great but the tether is hands free and you can connect more than 1 device. You can flash so many different roms with roted evo. You can get all those awesome root only apps that opens up your system to do anything it is a great thing.

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  21. Nice clean and simple tutorial for those in need This was way too easy to do,I have rooted my evo in just minutes. Thanks.

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  22. Np problem man just trying to help

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  23. I did everything like was said, but when i turn the phone back on. It is still the exact same. nothing different

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