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  1. DroidModderX

    WugFreshToolkit Updated Now Supports Root For Android 7.0 Nougat!

    Rooting Nougat can be a bit confusing. It isn't as simple as just flashing the latest SuperSU in TWRP. If you aren't comfortable with rooting Nougat no worries Wugfresh has got you covered with his latest update to the Nexus Root Toolkit. If you already have the toolkit installed on your PC just...
  2. DroidModderX

    One Click TWRP Install For Rooted Devices.

    For most of us rooting our phones means unlocking the bootloader, flashing TWRP or some other custom recovery, then flashing the supersu file inside of our custom recovery. There are quite a few devices however that have root methods that don't require you to install a custom recovery. If you...
  3. DroidModderX

    One Click Root Script For Moto G 4th Gen!

    Tom is the only Android Youtuber I know that actually puts his own code and scripts together. He is responsible for the tool that I used to make my daughter's Kindle Fire tablet usable. He also recently put together a script that allows you to easily flash TWRP and Root your Motorola Moto G 4th...
  4. DroidModderX

    Factory Reset Protection ByPass Still Working After January Security Patch

    Earlier today it was reported that the method outlined in the video posted by Rootjunky yesterday on bypassing factory reset protection was patched in the Google's January security patch. AndroidPolice noted that Tom was running the December update in the video, and that the January security...
  5. DroidModderX

    Systemless Root Added To mSkip Nexus Toolkit!

    The Mskip Nexus toolkit has just been updated for the Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 7, Nexus 9, and Nexus 10. This update is available for those of you with the pro version of the toolkit as an update module. The update includes systemless root for Android 6.0.1. It also includes...
  6. DroidModderX

    One Click Root App Now Supports Moto X Pure!

    The Moto X is incredibly easy to root for the mod and hack enthusiast. Simply unlock the bootloader, flash a custom recovery and root. For the uninitiated the aforementioned "easy" approach might actually seem pretty daunting. Newbs need root too! For those of you who would be more comfortable...