How to Root Motorola Droid X2
Motorola Droid X2 will quickly become a phone you’ll adore. This is what happens if you decide to offer it root access. You’ll receive help in the form of this guide.
You’ll now have a look at what tool to use for a smooth rooting. As such, we want to introduce you to SRSRoot. Your smartphone is going to have a batch of new things and a list of improvement tweaks. They come together to make sure you have an up-to-date device. This app has all of this for you and it’s free to use them!
The advantages of this method
This freeware can be used without fear of dangerous stuff coming up. This means security problems are nonexistent. As is the following: bloatware. Launched 3 years ago, the Droid X2 is powered by a dual-core 1 GHz Cortex-A9 processor. Its speed will, thanks to the freeware, become superior to the previous performance. There is another thing which makes the tool appealing: nothing happens to the handset’s Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread OS. You don’t have to be using a particular device model; the SRSRoot is fine with every gadget that’s been launched this far.
This SRSRoot app has battery tweaks and root-only apps to offer you. Superuser and admin permission follow up next. You’ll then have new features and customization tools to use. The handset is also ready to accept custom ROMs. A Build ID is something the rooting can’t happen without. We had this one during the procedure: 4.5.1A-DTN-117-15. Today’s freeware can be used with many other Build IDs, too. The last info about this app: it is powered by an SRS Server.
To have root access, your phone has its default warranty taken away. This same element returns after an appropriate guide is performed. The matter of updating your Motorola Droid X2 may come up at some point. If you want to upgrade the handset, its root access has to be revoked; the system partition is to be deleted. As far as important data and internal / external SD cards go, your device cannot lose any of them.
It’s time to discuss requirements next:
- open, on your notebook, this particular website;
- USB drivers are available there and the notebook must have them downloaded on it;
- you must also flash them on the product;
- you should tap USB Debugging on your Motorola Droid X2;
- Windows is the OS version needed on the notebook;
- performing backups for the smartphone is a very crucial part of a rooting;
- it’s also good to generate a full NANDroid backup;
- charge the battery of your Motorola X2;
- its security programs have to be turned off;
- security programs on the notebook have to be disabled, also.
Step by step instructions
- For the first task, click on this link after returning to your notebook. There’s a website to appear when you’re done. This page will show you a download button. Click on the latter and wait till the SRSRoot appears on the notebook.
- The download will be finished shortly. Once it is, you need to do the following with it: flash it on the notebook. Wait a bit, then move on by launching the freeware on the same device. Settings has to be enabled on the handset from Menu.
- After enabling those two options, Unknown Sources will wait for you under Settings. Its presence signifies that you need to enable it. There is also USB Debugging to attend to.
- This option should be enabled in case it hasn’t undergone this action before. For the part that comes up next you need help from a cable. The latter is the USB one which belongs with the handset. Let the action start and then wait until it’s over; this shall take no more than a few minutes.
- You are now asked to perform the most important task. Which is that of beginning the handset’s rooting. Entering the device in this mode is done as such: activate Root Device (All Methods).
- This options is located on your smartphone. You need about 15 minutes (or less) of waiting time now. The process should be over by then. In case it isn’t, you can always do something to change things. The solution is this one: redo the steps.
- If you’re one of the people who don’t encounter problems, you can end the guide with a last step. The way to do it is to reboot the handset.
- A dedicated option is here to make it possible. It has the following name: Reboot System Now. Tapping it is the trick to bring your Motorola Droid X2 once more to life.
As soon as the device starts once more, you are free to see if the novelties rise up to expectations. The SRSRoot is also great as an unrooting option. Use this tool if you have unrooting needs.
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