Literally just stood up in a victory pose and cheered. Thank you so much.
So glad to be back in the rooted community
I don't remember the folder names, but after formating via the phone, there were three folders on the SD card.
After formatting through Windows there were only two. I'm assuming the other folder was the culprit.
I only needed to do a Quick Format.
Excellent. I wasn't sure if the computer was still the preferred method, but apparently it is.
Glad you are up and running.
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It's incredible that people are still rooting this phone.
Swyped on my Droid Bionic, sent via Tapatalk.
Me: Motorola Droid RazrMaxx - Rooted
Wife: Motorola Droid X - Update Broke Root (Soon to be Samsung Note2)
Son: Motorola Droid 4 - Rooted
Daughter: Motorola Droid Bionic - Rooted
Spare Rooted Phones: LG Vortex & 3 Droid 1s
I'm in awe of the talent and skill here on this forum. The Motocache1 tutorial and all the posts from others I sifted through are incredible. You guys are simply amazing. I have to thank you for posting this information. The reasons I wanted to root are pretty simple. I've wanted to root my original Droid for two years now, but didn't have the guts to try it until now. My contract expires next month, so I finally figured what the hell.
Now I can't wait to figure out now how I can get rid of all the extra apps installed on my phone from the start. I just don't use Twitter, Facebook, the Amazon app, etc., and they take up valuable space on my device. I've constantly had to watch how much internal storage I had, and scroll through apps in a menu that I don't use.
Next steps, I will be reading up on how to delete all that bloatware, and looking at some ROM's for my original Droid. I feel like I have a new device now. Thank you.