Sharing is caring, or so says Motorola’s catalog of Android smartphones. After we learned that the Droid X’s and Droid 2’s root methods were one in the same, some other nifty hackers owning the Motorola BACKFLIP confirmed the exact exploit and method worked for their AT&T-branded device. Now I’m wondering if all of Motorola’s phones can be hacked this way, but I don’t have the hardware to try (and I probably wouldn’t have the wits if I did). The method is courtesy of Sebastion Krahmer at C Skills, found via ModMyMobile.
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