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Discussion in 'Android News' started by wuyanks, Aug 2, 2010.
Let me repeat myself.
And if that wasn't clear enough.
Alright, just downloaded and rooted.
Rebooted phone and now have ROM manager installed.
So far, so good, though this is my first experience with rooting.
Hey people, I just wanted to give everybody the heads up. I was thinking about using "easy root" app to root but then I read this. Im not sure if this has to do with easy root but still.... check it out. (this may be old news but just a heads up)
Hackers Release Data-Stealing Program to Push Google to Plug Holes at Security Conference | Android Phone Fans
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Alright, can someone who has used easy root, point me in the right direction? What do I need to do to back my phone up and can I un-root?
So this doesn't give you the option to "unroot", like this application that's free...?
One-click Root for your Droid X
I emailed the developer last night and they told me that an option to unroot is coming mid week in an update.
What is meant by reboot in the instructions? power down completely (Off), then power back on?
For anyone who has used this, do you have to reinstall the apps that you have already downloaded or does it remember them? Also, I am assuming you make your first backup when you download ROM Manager.
Downloaded and rooted. Worked great dancedroid
Ok, so I def want to root... but only really to Overclock, I want to stick with 2.1 for now (I dont want to mess around with ROMs... yet). This is possible correct? I know that I need to download a new kernel to OC, but that is something I can do without flashing an entire ROM right?
Did you lose any data? Any apps? Or was everything exactly the same after you rooted? Also, is there an option to unroot in the app?