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    Cool Denver TAC 70111. Is it rooted or not?

    Hi everybody,

    may be you can help me out solving this mystery:

    I have rooted my new Denver TAC 70111 with 4.2.2. That is at least what I think because it reported success when doing so. Additionally two root checkers say that it is rooted. Busybox is installed and when started it is granted superuser permissions.

    What worries me is that in Shell terminal emulator the prompt is a dollar and not the hash. Even after typing 'su' the prompt is still user@android:/$

    I wanted to root it to spoof the MAC and lots of these changer programs report success but then do not change it. With busybox ifconfig wlan0 hw ether 00:11:22:33:44:55 it says: SIOCSIFHWADDR: Operation not permitted.

    Thanks a lot for your ideas

    Oliver

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    LEO Privacy Guard Version 3.0 is the best to secure your devices. Have you tried it out yet?



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