myTouch 3G Slide is T-Mobile’s next android phone, and it will be available in June. TheT-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide runs Android 2.1.The myTouch 3G Slide features a 600-MHz Qualcomm MSM7227 processor, a 3.4-inch 320×480 HVGA AMOLED display, 512MB of internal storage, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, a 5.0 megapixel camera, a 8GB MicroSD card, HSDPA 7.2 for high-speed, GPS, Wi-Fi, stereo Bluetooth and a 1300 mAH battery.

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How-TO Root the SlideStep 0.
Un-zip the Package you Downloaded
Step 6. When recovery loads, you should Have an Offline Device. You can use ctrl+c to stop your script & see.
If this doesn’t happen, Power Off and try again..

Step 7. Un-plug your USB cable from the back of your phone & Plug it back in for it to Detect ADB Correctly!!! This is an important step. At this point you can adb devices to see if you can see your device and that it is in recovery mode.

Step 8. Hit Volume Up + Power button to Bring up the Selectable Menu
Select from the menu. (This will fail, but we already know that! Select it anyway).

Step 9. adb push /sdcard/ (*OSX users add a ./ in front of all terminal commands please.)

Step 11. This is Very important!! Have this Command ready in your prompt before applying again!!

This is the Command, We do not Push this Yet adb push /sdcard
step 12.
Hit run, as soon as you see a Little Bar appear under the text, push Enter to execute the command in your prompt (adb push /sdcard )Step 13.
In successful, you should see Clockwork Recovery & you Now have Su & Superuser.apk Installed! You can Now Reboot Your Phone into the OS to verify.
If unsuccessful, repeat steps 11 & 12.


First!! – Go to Settings > Application > Development and turn on USB Debugging. This should save you headaches.

NOW… Power Off the Slide

Step 1. Place the Contents of “” & “” & “loop” into your Android SDK Tools folder.

Step 2. Open Command Prompt or Terminal and CD to the SDK/Tools Directory.

Step 3. Power on the Slide into the bootloader by Holding Down ( Volume Down + Power Button )

Step 4. Now run your loop file from the prompt (either type “loop” in windows or “./” in a *nix like) (  ./ Is used For OSX )

Step 5. Once your loop is running in your prompt, select Recovery from the bootloader menu.

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