Clockworkmod recovery that works with Bionin?

Discussion in 'Droid Bionic Tech Support' started by ratledge, Sep 11, 2011.

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How many of you have root'ed your Droid Bionic?

Poll closed Oct 11, 2011.
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  3. Soon

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  1. ratledge
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    Damned fingers - should be "BioniC", of course... (and clockwordmod version #s correct)

    Well, I think I just hosed things for a while, unless they've got an update I can't find. Once you one-click root the Bionic, you install Titanium (backup) and flash the clockworkmod recovery (5.0.2.0 is what I get, 5.0.1.0 is the newest shown available, even in "Advanced" mode), you've lost the recovery mode, which means anytime the phone soft hangs, it jumps into interrupt heaven and dies.

    Anybody out there got a handle on this one?

    Before I go any further I've got to either reflash the factory boot image or find a clockwordmod (beta/alpha?) that works with the Bionic. (and yes, I _do_ like running with scissors) LOL!

    :greendroid: <----<< Sucker is puke green right now, for sure

    Just by show-of-hands, how many people are rooting these little suckers? ("Yes" / "No" / "Soon" / "Never")
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    I got no problems :D
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    Rooted with tb and stock

    Sent from my DROID BIONIC using DroidForums
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    I decided I would only root after an SBF was available, and if I were definitely keeping it.

    1 - there's no SBF
    2 - I'm definitely not keeping it

    No root for me.

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    Fmn...

    Yeah, duh: it's a Motorola. Got it! Do what I'm used to, hit both volume buttons. We're good.
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