adbLink 3.4: Windows/Mac/Linux Companion for Kodi

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jocala Offline
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(2017-06-20 03:03)mechaaztlan Wrote:  [SOLVED]

That worked, thank you! Going to donate a couple of bucks to the project.

Here's what I did so maybe it helps someone. Downloaded Kingoroot apk, installed it via adblink. On the firestick I ran the app and let it root my device, it says it was successful and installed it own SU. I then Uninstalled both of the apps via the firestick menu. I also downloaded and installed Super SU apk via adblink. After that I am good.

Not sure if kingoroot actually rooted? I was pretty late to the party and was pretty sure I was unable to root. Maybe a false positive or something.

Glad it's fixed!

adbLink The Kodi Companion. GPL 3.0, Sources on Github, Available for Windows, Mac & Linux.
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adbLink 3.4 06/27/17

Cconnect/disconnect buttons are disabled when
the device OS isn't Android.

The pull directory in the device record now overrides
the global default pull directory in in preferences.

A check box, "Disable root", has been added to the
device dialog. If you have a rooted device that
fails to display the file manager correctly, try
checking this box. See help for more detail on this.

http://www.jocala.com

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New video: Switching between Kodi & SPMC

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEVU3NRE-m8&t=6s

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