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Discussion in 'Droid X2 Development' started by ThaUrbanMyth, May 30, 2011.

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    Hey everyone, sorry new to posting... not new to the forums. I usually don't register onto forums until i can't find information i need. Anyway, I had a droid pro which was an awesome phone but the screen was too small and i ditched it and switched to the Motorola DROID X2. The thing is gorgeous. Anyway, I want to root the phone, but I can't find any of the SBF files for it. I used my last exchange by switching to the Droid X2 so I basically don't wanna root my phone until I know I can un-do any thing I do to it. Any word on these files being released? How long does it usually take before SBF files are leaked? Thanks in advance!
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    There isn't one available yet, rooting with Gingerbreak worked for me. One thing make sure you only freeze any apps with TiBu and don't removed them to be safe.
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    For sure. I know a lot of people have had success with gingerbreak but im too paranoid I guess haha. And yah I know people are real itchy to delete bloatware but you never know when you need therefore stuff back. Im hoping we get the SBF soon

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    Just freeze it, don't delete it.

    From my Liberated DROID2 at 1.25ghz
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