If you’ve been using Android for a while and are fluent in the rooting department, we guess after reading the title of the post, you’ve probably figured out how easy rooting the Motorola Triumph is going to be. Those wondering what we’re on about, should sit back and relax and not get tensed about rooting their device as Gingerbreak is One Click root tool for your Triumph. How simple can it be? You just need to have an app installed on your phone and then you can say bye bye to the PC even! That simple. We will show you exactly why and how.
Gingerbreak is an app developed by XDA-Developer Chainfire who has also brought us quite a few other goods in the past. The app was originally meant to root devices running the Gingerbread firmware, but since then, has been used to gain root access on devices running the Froyo firmware as well. Motorola Triumph is one of those devices, so as long as you haven’t done something crazy to the phone and are running Android 2.2 Froyo, this rooting method will work for you like a breeze.
Disclaimer: Please follow this guide at your own risk. AddictiveTips will not be liable if your device gets damaged or bricked during the process.
- Running Android 2.2 Froyo on your Motorola Triumph
- Gingerbreak app, downloadable from the XDA thread linked at the end
- To begin, download the Gingerbreak app and copy it to the root of your SD card.
- Open the file via any file manager which will prompt you to install the app on your phone.
- Choose Yes to install the app.
- Now make sure USB Debugging is enabled in Settings > Applications > Development.
- Run the Gingerbreak app and hit the Root device button.
That’s it, the app will run the exploit and once done, the phone will automatically restart. Upon restart, you should now have complete root access on your Motorola Triumph.