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Raptor007

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First before you root any device you need to know the risks, what you are willing need to do in case something goes wrong and most importantly if you brick it call Verizon Support first and persuade them to handle a advance replacement instead of a store visit . . . if possible.

Yes there is risk, so far I have been able to resolve any issues including root/unroot on Droid 2 Global, Droid X and DInc so know before you go.
 

Parafly9

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Even if you can't root it - you can stil tehter with PDANet or something similar. They have a one-time charge ($20?) but you can use it as much as you'd like.

I would never, ever, ever pay +anything per month for access.
 
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