Jul 27th, 2010

The Droid X has been rooted – we learned that a few days ago. The process – while simple to ADB and command line users – was still pretty involved. The guys at AllDroid have come up with a very simple process to remedy any worries anyone might have with pulling the trigger on unlocking the device.

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A simple program asks you to plug your phone in and click “Root Me :)” or “Unroot Me :(” depending on what you want to do. Let the process finish up and you’re on your way.  It’s said that more features will be added over time – including the ability to sideload apps, remove Verizon and Motorola’s bloatware, and backing up your device information – but for now it’s still a fantastic little utility that you should download if you were intimidated by the root method that came before it. (Note: a windows-based PC is required to use this.)

[via Droid-Life]

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