View in galleryWe have confirmation, that the Droid Razr running Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread has been rooted, prior to its official launch date. This, is bound to make some Motorola fans excited enough to get one of these bad boys for sure. Easily the thinnest and sharpest looking Android phone around right now, the device just got a whole lot attractive. What one click root are we talking about? The very same one that worked on the likes of the Droid 3 and the Droid Bionic. According to our friends over at Droid Life, that very same tool, works on the Droid Razr and they even put up a picture up where the mobile terminal shows us the SU (#) symbol.
If you have no idea what one click rooting is all about, rest assure it is very easy, even for a novice user. If you’re here and wondering why and if you should root your RAZR, you should see our guide on top 10 reasons to root your Android device. That said, let’s get on with getting the RAZR rooted!
Disclaimer: Please follow this guide at your own risk. AddictiveTips will not be liable if your device gets damaged or bricked during the process.
- To begin, connect the device to your PC and select Charge only mode. Also make sure that USB Debugging is enables in Settings > Applications > Development.
- Extract the contents from the One Click Root package and find a file named, MotorolaOneClickRoot.exe.
- Run the file, and simply follow the on screen instructions that start coming up.
Your device should be rooted in no time if you followed the instructions correctly.