Go ahead, pull out your handy-dandy “To Be Rooted” chart and check off a couple more, as the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini and X10 Mini Pro have been cracked open thanks to — you guessed it — the helpful guys over at XDA-Developers. Now that I think about it, that to-be rooted list is getting shorter and shorter by the day. If you own either of the handsets and want to get down and dirty with your tiny Android you can get the necessary information over at the XDA forum. Remember to practice safe root!
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