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Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by rumblee1, Jun 9, 2011.

  1. rumblee1
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    DEAR TALENTED DEVS, PLEASE COME UP WITH A 1CLICK ROOT FOR GINGERBREAD.

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    Your best bet would be to learn how to do it the old fashion way.

    One click will get you rooted eventually, but the is no 1 click method of unbricking your device. Everyone modding should know what they are doing before voiding there warranty.
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    +1

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    Rooting isn't that hard with the latest methods. You seriously don't have the time in your day (5 minutes), to root with the latest methods?
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    I have the OTA Gingerbread and would like to get rooted Gingerbread by sbfing back to froyo 2.3.340, and do a factory reset, get back on 2.2.1 and root it with Z4Root and install the Droid 2 Bootstrap recovery and install the two part patched update but I still haven't found any detailed step-by-step instructions that tell me exactly how to do all of that.

    I am looking for a dumbed down step by step. I am relatively tech savvy, I just don't want to make any rookie mistakes.