Link to a how to?Originally Posted by SGMD1
Then install "Voodoo RootKeeper" from the market.
I'd post links, but I'm on my phone...
Sent from my Eclipsed RazrMaxx!
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
Just download/extract that file on your computer, plug in your phone, run the RazrUTILITY file, and select the root option.
You will need the Motorola USB drivers installed on your computer first, which you can get here: USB and PC Charging Drivers - Motorola Mobility, Inc. USA
Rooting devices today is a joke. I remember the incredibly tedious and unforgivable process of rooting the D1 two weeks after launch, when a root exploit was found and published. Good times LOL.
I got my Razr Maxx Saturday and had it rooted in 5 minutes. MotoFail + Razr Bootstrap and I had Eclipse 1.3 installed within 20 minutes. We've come a long way with rooting and there's no reason why anyone shouldn't do it.
Android user since Droid 1 launch.
"I can't wait to get it out of the box and void its warranty"
- Droid Razr Maxx (Current): Eclipse ICS v1.1
- Droid Bionic (Wife's Current/My Previous): Eclipse v2.2
- DroidX (Retired): Liberty3 v2.0
- Droid 1 (Retired): Project Elite @ 1.25GHz SV