Motorola DROID Bionic Bootstrap (Beta, We Think) Now Available


As promised, cvpcs has released the Bootstrap application for the Motorola DROID Bionic that’ll get you the custom recovery you’re looking forward. Considering how recently this device came out we’re not sure it’ll be of much use to typical users right now, but developers are encouraged to download it so they can begin on their own ROMs and other such things. It’s a simple .APK file and works just like the DROID X and DROID 2’s bootstrap apps. It should be noted that this is for the DROIDN Bionic only – trying to use this on a DROID 3 will supposedly wipe your data even if the two devices are very similar. Check out the notes from cvpcs below and hit this link up for the download. [Thanks to everyone who sent this in!]

  • This is not an official CWR release. Official CWR releases are signed off by Koush.
  • This will not be on market. I’ll leave that for when Koush makes an official release.
  • This is for BIONIC ONLY.
  • I am not responsible for any loss of data if there are bugs present. I have tested it but that doesn’t mean it’s bug free!
Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. i WAS a big fan of rooting when i had my G1, and flashed quite a few ROMs, but my G2, with its amazing space, and memory card size, its never crossed my mind to root it….prob never will…..im sure by the time i get my G3 (next year hopefully) ill almost forget what root is, or how to even do it.

    1. Well that’s just dumb. Not taking over your device 100% to bring it to it’s full potential.

      1. how is deciding to leave the device stock a dumb idea, whats dumb is calling someone else dumb for not doing as you do

    2. Speaking of the G2, I was able to get 2800 (some achieved 3000) on Quadrant with it, which handily beats Droid Bionic stock. Just to let u know of its potentials. (For those who’re going to attack me for this comment, yes I know quadrant is not the best benchmark, but it is still a ok way to measure performance).

  2. Well. I have the Bionic and I used this app and made my first nandroid backup! Bring on the custom roms!!

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