Root & TWRP for Teclast X98 Plus II C2D4 & C2D6

Root & TWRP for Teclast X98 Plus II C2D4 & C2D6

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  • #73318
    mooms
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    • Posts: 58

    You can update SuperSU, but you must update it from the recovery, the same way you installed it the first time (but no need to flash the recovery again, just boot on it).

    #145782
    Alternador
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    • Posts: 3

    Any method to root the C2D8 model? I do not find any information for this model.

    Thank you

    #147493
    Matteo
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    • Posts: 10

    Any method to root the C2D8 model? I do not find any information for this model. Thank you

     

    I’m looking for him too

    #147555
    Amin
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    • Posts: 3

    The file X98_Plus_II_TWRP_root_v1.2.rar seems to be corrupted. I can download it fine, but it won’t extract.

    #147683
    Oracle_ed
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    • Posts: 33

    The file X98_Plus_II_TWRP_root_v1.2.rar seems to be corrupted. I can download it fine, but it won’t extract.

     

    File will be available for 48 hours

     

    https://1drv.ms/u/s!AuHMF6x1BW95h_Upgo-PY7TNhPWpKg

     

    #147684
    Amin
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    • Posts: 3

    Thank you Oracle_ed! I was able to extract the file you uploaded.

    For anyone else who reads this, the original file may not have been corrupted (I haven’t re-checked though). Rather, I think the software I was using wasn’t able to handle rar files correctly.

    #151613
    Matteo
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    • Posts: 10

    It work fine with C2D8

    #151793
    Peter Rowe
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    • Posts: 4

    I have followed the instructions and my c2d6 tab is recognised in win10. I have got all the way trhough to opening the command window in the directory where SuperSu is located.

    when typing the adb reboot bootloader command I get a message saying adb not recognised as a command I have tried this on the zipped and unzipped versions of the SuperSu folder.

    any suggestions please

     

    #151795
    Amin
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    Peter Rowe I don’t have much advice to offer you but obviously first of all make sure that you have adb installed. If you do, then the next thing you could try is to type the full path to adb in the command you were using. So instead of “adb reboot bootloader” you could try typing “C:\full\path\to\adb reboot bootloader”. You can probably find the full path to adb by searching in Windows explorer for adb. I use Linux and not Windows myself so unfortunately I can’t offer you more advice than that.

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