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Motorola Droid 3 Gets An Easy Root Method



Earlier today, I told you that the Motorola Droid 3 had been rooted. The manual root was probably a little tricky for most of you, especially for those who own an Android phone for the first time, and maybe you began to wait for an easier root method to arrive. Well my friends, that method has indeed arrived in the form of a one-click root for the Droid 3.

And yes, it’s available in for both OS X and Windows users so if you have a Mac, you’re golden. So, if you’re interested in freeing your phone and getting rid if all the bloatware and what not, you’ll probably want to consider doing this.

Droid 3

Instructions, courtesy of RootzWiki are as follows:

1. Make sure you have Motorola drivers installed – [Download Drivers]
2. Download and unzip ‘Droid 3 easy root script v5′ – [Download 1-Click]
3. On your phone:  Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging(check box)
4. Plug phone into computer and select “Charge Only” mode
5. Navigate to ‘Droid 3 easy root’ folder and run ‘Click to root your Droid 3.bat’
6. Now just follow the instructions in the command window and unlock the phone after each reboot.

Painless and soon, you’ll have a rooted Droid 3 to play around with. Now, we can only hope that the Motorola Droid Bionic’s root process is found and released so quickly.

Enjoy, folks.

Via: Droid-Life



  1. Kitcostantino

    08/26/2011 at 12:20 am

    so will this same method work on the droid x ota that installed a week ago…bionic
    when its out too if so.

  2. Claryjc4usc

    08/28/2011 at 12:18 pm

    just received update & lost this root so DO NOT UPDATE or it’s gone.

  3. Tech4theWin

    12/12/2011 at 8:00 pm

    Pretty easy root tutorial for Mac:

  4. Jsacker4

    02/14/2012 at 5:04 pm

    Ifollowed the instructions but I didn’t see a “charge only” did I do something wrong?

  5. Ethan King

    04/16/2012 at 9:39 am

    The USB cable makes the difference.  I have 2 cables that look identical. When I plug-in 1 cable, it defaults to “charging mode” with no indication in the droid.  When I plug-in the cable that came with my droid-3, I see a USB icon on the droid status bar, which I can select and choose “charge”, “pc mode”, etc.

  6. Levi

    07/01/2012 at 10:51 am

    My macbook can’t read the file format. How do I get this opened???

  7. gtsds

    02/05/2013 at 5:44 am

    It allow call recording application work ?

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