Published On: Sun, Aug 14th, 2011

Root Verizon Motorola Droid X2 – How to Update its Firmware?

Rooting the Verizon Motorola Droid X2 gives the users more control over the device as it customized the OS of the device giving the user more power to explore and maximize on the functionality of this great piece.
It gives you access to some of the system files that you ordinarily never access. In the following sections, we will consider in depth how rooting your Verizon Motorola Droid X2 would change your world, some of the risks you may encounter, the requirements, the process and how you would unroot if you wish to.

Advantages of rooting your Verizona Motorola Droid X2:-

  • The main advantage of rooting is that you get to unveil the hidden powers of your device.

Risks of rooting:-

  • It voids your warranty but this change when you unroot.
  • It wipes your cache so you will need to reset your APN and MMS settings.
  • Rooting consumes  so you must have your phone on full battery to complete the process.
  • Your device may get damaged in the process even though the chance of this happening is very slim.

Rooting requirements:-

The process:-

  • Go to settings of your phone, select the manage applications option and enable the USB debugging on the handset.
  • Hook your Motorola device on the PC and copy the Gingerbread APK to the SD card root directory.
  • Using the file manager available, install the Gingerbread APK on your Motorola Droid X2.
  • Launch the Gingerbread from the home screen and press the Root button in the app.
  • Once done, the device should reboot. Go to your Home and check that you have SuperUser icon that signifies successful rooting.

Unrooting process:-

  • This is the only way through which you will be able to restore your Motorola Droid X2 to its original state to make use of warranty. It is a very simple process that involves use of tools provided by Gingerbread app developers. All you need to do is to uninstall this app and you shall have unrooted your phone.

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