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I was able to root the older Cruz T408 by following the steps here

Today I have a Cruz T508 tablet that just came out. I am Rooting the device with the GingerBreak v1.2 and it says

Rooting... Running exploit... This may take a few minutes! Device will reboot on success!

But it has been over 1 hour. Wonder why it won't work. If you help me I can donate money to you via PayPal. You also have the option to use the webcam to see the device while we text chat or talk on the phone.

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You can basically check for most exploits, just to see if they even work using X-Ray. It's from a well known security researcher (Jon Oberheide from DuoSecurity) and considered safe. You must side-load it however because due to its nature it's not allowed on Google Play (contains lots of exploits). – ce4 Nov 23 '12 at 17:47

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