Rooting Motorola Droid RAZR

Today is a big day for many of you as Motorola and Verizon have released their latest Droid offering, the Motorola Droid RAZR. It’s on sale both online and in stores, and available for only $111.11 (on Amazon) for those who sign a new contract. And if you’re planning on getting one, you’ll be happy to know that the device has already undergone an easy rooting process.

If this is your first Android phone, you are probably confused about what rooting is. In summary, rooting gives you more access to your device. It lets you set up customer user interfaces and lets you get rid of apps that Verizon has made impossible to delete, just to name a few advantages.

So if you want full control over your device, this is definitely something to explore.

And lucky for new Droid RAZR owners, rooting is easy whether you’ve rooted it before or not. All you need is a Windows powered computer and a few minutes to follow some instructions.

  1. download this file.
  2. Check your PC to make sure Motorola USB drivers are installed. If you don’t, you might find the right ones Here.
  3. Extract the file you downloaded in step 1.
  4. On the Droid RAZR, turn on USB Debugging and check the Unknown Sources box. You can find them if you go to Settings > Apps.
  5. Connect the Droid RAZR to your computer and make sure it is set to “Charge only”.
  6. Navigate to the folder from the file you extracted and run the .bat file.
  7. The handset will reboot automatically and you will have a rooted phone, simple as that.

As always, be careful, especially if you’ve never done this before. There’s always the possibility of something going wrong, so keep that in mind before you dive in.

Via: Droid-Life

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