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Published on March 21st, 2012 | by admin


How To Root Your Motorola RAZR XT910 Phone On Ice Cream Sandwich and Gingerbread

Motorola RAZR XT910Motorola Android Smartphones are notoriously known for being difficult to root, perhaps it’s a little easier than jailbreaking an iOS device. But anyhow, our friend over at XDA Development team, FrAsErTaG, found a way on how to make it easier to root Motorola RAZR XT910 with the help a tool and a little tweaks here and there.

Rooting Android devices would certainly void warranty so it’s your call if you continue with the process or not. But if you decided to take the risk, read on!

Prerequisites :

As what I always say, you cannot blame us here at Android Digit or anybody if you are the one following this tutorial. So, you should make up your mind if you want to root your device or leave it as it is before going any further. Here are the things you should take before doing the rooting process.

  1.  Backup all your data including your contacts and files.
  2.  Enable USB Debugging. Settings => Application => Development => USB Debugging.
  3.  Charge your Motorola RAZR until full; believe me, you don’t want to lose power during the rooting process.
  4.  Install all necessary Motorola USB drivers to your PC so that detection would never be a problem.

How To Root Motorola RAZR XT910 On Gingerbread :

  1. Download Zergrush V2 by DoomLord and extract the package to your computer. Be sure you remember the directory where you extracted it.
  2.  Connect your Motorola RAZR XT910 to your PC.
  3. Browse through the directory you extracted Zergrush V2 and run runme.bat.
  4. Let the device do its thing; it won’t take a minute before the process is finished.

Rooting the Motorola Razr XT910 may be easier than you think, but is it worth the risk?

Since the birth of the phone users have been taking a little effort, and a little risk, to root their devices. Rooting a phone refers to a simple process with a number of benefits attached to it. A rooted smartphone provides users the ability to restore backups of older devices, to run files and programs that have ads without those distractions, as well as the ability to run unique applications only available on rooted devices, in addition to the ability to delete built-in applications that users might not want.

Overall, rooting provides expanded functionality for smartphone users and gives them a greater level of control than they receive when they unbox their device.

Despite the fact it bills itself as the “open” platform, Android devices have a reputation for being a little tricky to root. One popular Android phone, the powerful and attractive Motorola Razr XT910 has largely resisted attempts to root it, but users have found a quick, simple and effective way to crack the handset.

This method is easy to implement, even if you’ve never rooted a phone before in the past and don’t consider yourself technologically inclined.

Now, if you want to proceed, remember rooting can be risky, and we aren’t responsible for any damages incurred by your phone in your attempt to hack its OS. It’s also important to note that rooting procedures are only going to work for the device they were designed for, which means you should only follow procedures specifically outlined for the Motorola Razr XT910 if you have this device.

To root a Motorola Razr XT910 you need a computer with Windows installed that has USB Debugging enabled. You also want to make sure your Razr XT910 has a fully charged battery, as you don’t want it running out of juice in the middle of your root.

In a lot of ways rooting your device is the same as installing a new version of the OS, and having your phone die during the process can cause some serious problems. You also want to make sure your device has all of the most recent updates of its drivers.

As for the rooting itself, all you need to do is download the right program to match your OS (Zergush V2 by DoomLord for Gingerbread, or Root ICS+ for Ice Cream Sandwich) and then follow the instructions provided by the maker of those files, and you will be on your way to rooting your Motorola Razr XT910.

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