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I turned in my Bionic for store credit but I still have my OG Droid. The Moto X is a nice phone.
At first the Ultra because I did not want to spend $300. After 7 days I went back to Verizon and bought the Maxx, incredible battery life and storage.
Well, I returned my ultra within the 14 day grace period and bought the Maxx. Yes, I forked over another 100 dollars and I must say I'm happier...
I turned in my bionic. It served me well fro two years.
You can disable certain apps in settings.
Goodbye Bionic hello Ultra, I just purchased the Ultra and I must say I'm quite happy. I had the Droid Bionic for 2 years plus and the ultra is so...
Well, it's time to say goodbye to the Bionic. It served me well but I now have the Droid Ultra. After getting over my excitement at Verizon I...
Going to Verizon today to upgrade to the Maxx. I had the OG Droid, Bionic, and at 10 o'clock today the Droid Maxx! (God willing)
Go into recovery and wipe your cache.
Did you press one of the hardware buttons after the exploit began? If not you need too. It's one of the steps.
I used the Linux root exploit.
You have to load a remote storage. Go to files, click on remote storage then add storage. You have to know your IP address. The remaining steps...
Did you inadvertently delete any bloatware that you are not aware of?
Success! I'm rooted once again. Many thanks to both of you!
I'm trying root my phone via Ubuntu. After I load the code and run it I get "run.sh: line 33: ./adb.linux: No such file or directory" any suggestions?
There's something similar called digital rings on Google play.
It will take you back too stock.
Try logging out of WiFi then log in again.
My wife has the digital rings on her RAZR M. I've been trying to find them for awhile. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.
I'm also waiting for a root exploit.