EasyRoot APK Install - How do I do it?

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I just bought the .apk
Before I play withthis I figure I'd be better off asking how to install it. Do I just copy it over and install it via astro file manager?

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Yikes. That probably wont work on your Droid if its 2.2+

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What os version?

Homescreen>menu>settings>about phone. Scroll to the bottom. What is the android version.

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Easy Root does not work on 2.2D28 and above. What do you mean you paid for the .apk? Can you give me a link, I'd like to look at it just in case there have been some changes.
 

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Pretty sure the only way to root 2.2.1 is the link in my sig or superoneclick.

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Correct!

Pretty sure the only way to root 2.2.1 is the link in my sig or superoneclick.

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Pretty sure the only way to root 2.2.1 is the link in my sig or superoneclick.

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It's not the only way to root Droids with 2.2.1

You can go to XDA-Developers.com and look up Super One Click Root. Install the program onto your computer and then follow the instructions. Otherwise the only other way is in the link above.

[APP]SuperOneClick v1.5.5 (Root, Unroot, Enable Non-Market App, Get UNLOCK code) - xda-developers

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..............or superoneclick.

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UGH?....... So sorry!! I some how skipped past that part. It happens. But atleast I provided a link. Again..............very sorry. Just trying to help.
 

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FRG83D, like you have, requires superoneclick or link 2 in my signature to root. EasyRoot not only will not work but doesn't install half the stuff you need in order to really use root.

As such, demand a refund, then use superoneclick like previously posted or follow link 2 in my signature. I recommend link 2 because, honestly, if you're hooking your phone up to a computer anyway you might as well get a custom recovery image.
 
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