Root & TWRP for Teclast X98 Plus II C2D4 & C2D6

Root & TWRP for Teclast X98 Plus II C2D4 & C2D6

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  • #50083
    mooms
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    Previous thread have vanished when I tried to edit the first post (this forum is very buggy imo), so here i a new one:

    Hi, with the help of kalijo, I have made an archive to install TWRP and root your X98 Plus II model C2D4. Not personally tested on other models, but reported to works on C2D6 and CDE3.

     

    You will need an USB mouse to navigate in TWRP.
    Instructions are in the archive.
    With v1.2, I’ve added instructions to save the original boot and recovery images, but this will only works with new install, not upgrade.

    Download link
    MD5: 8634eb14ed5add0c573649aba383daa7.

    Version 1.2:
    – Added commands to backup boot and recovery images
    – Updated SuperSU to v2.79

    Version 1.1:
    – Updated SuperSU to v2.78
    – Added some infos in this file

    Version 1.0:
    – Initial release

     

    #55046
    johng
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    • Posts: 4

    Hi

    I can’t work out for the life of me how he’s assigned the device a letter drive, because you need that to open command prompt for the android device
    [as it is, android devices now have MTP (media trasfer protocol) or PTP (photo transfer protocol) which are more basic, but cleaner ways for the computer to interact with the android device what we need is for USB Mass Storage, which basically treats the device like a USB, and therefore assigns the device a letter drive, and treats it as a normal harddrive unit  without the letter drive, we can’t open command prompt, and can’t go any further with rooting the device I’ve spent a few hours trying to get it but for the life of me I can’t work out what to do

     

    Thanks in advance !

    #55671
    mooms
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    You need to open a command prompt in the folder where is uncompressed the archive, its should be on your PC, not on the tablet.

    Have you enabled USB debugging in developer options in the tablet ?

     

    Just read carefully the instructions of the readme file.

    #58306
    eGuru
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    Thanks mooms and kalijo.

    This worked fine for my C2D4 – Firmware 1.05 – 56GB partitioned to Android only.

    I used Windows 10 for the install and didn’t face any issues.

    Your _readme.txt was an excellent guide.

    I added some notes to remind me of some nuances the next time I need to do this.

    The modified file is attached for anyone who might be interested.

    Regards,

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    #58858
    Pawel
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    • Posts: 3

    Will this work on model C2D6 DualBoot ?

    #58980
    Roadams
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    Thanks,

    It works fine for me with win10 and C2D6. I’ve entered the command “adb root” to have permissions.

     

    #59024
    mooms
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    • Posts: 58

    Updated to v1.2

    #59520
    Gustavo
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    I can’t get this to work on my C2D6, when i install the TWRP, the recovery mode gets black screen, any solution?

    #59988
    Peter
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    • Posts: 1

    Hello,

     

    is there a possibility to use Win7 on Parallels Desktop (Mac) to use adb? i tried a lot and a lot of how-to´s, but i can´t get a connection to my tablet.

    when plugging in the tablet via usb, nothing happens. i think, that is already wrong? 🙂

    Alternate would be adb to be used on mac?!

    thanks!

    Peter

    #60049
    eGuru
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    Hello, is there a possibility to use Win7 on Parallels Desktop (Mac) to use adb? i tried a lot and a lot of how-to´s, but i can´t get a connection to my tablet. when plugging in the tablet via usb, nothing happens. i think, that is already wrong? ? Alternate would be adb to be used on mac?! thanks! Peter

    Are you using the charging cable or the OTG cable?

     

    #60345
    Jaime Llera Llera
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    • Posts: 13

    Hello everyone and thanks for working on the tablet x98 plus ii.I have been impossible to do root on the tablet, I download the files, install the drivers, copy your internal memory without problem but then you can not follow me you can lend a hand?

    #60346
    Jaime Llera Llera
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    Como abro la ventana de comandos? Cuando intento abrir adb o fastboot carga un monton de cosas pero no se queda la ventana de comandos abierta para escribir…….Que hago mal? He hecho root en muchos telefonos pero aqui se me escapa algo.Gracias

    #60347
    Jaime Llera Llera
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    How do I open the command window? When I try to open adb or fastboot loads a lot of things but I do not get the command window open to write ……. What do I do wrong? I’ve done root on many phones but here something escapes me. Thanks

    #60380
    eGuru
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    Are you opening a command prompt (as admin) and then navigating to the directory where you have the adb and fastboot commands and the files you want to use before issuing any adb command?

    What is your error message?

    #60383
    Jaime Llera Llera
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    • Posts: 13

    This iss the error.

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