The Motorola Droid 3 has reportedly been rooted by XDA member djrbliss aka Dan Rosenberg and while this is huge news for Droid 3 owners, it also could be amazing news for those of you thinking about buying the upcoming Motorola Droid Bionic.
If Rosenberg has indeed figured this out, and it looks like he has, it means that the Droid Bionic – which also runs Android 2.3.4/MotoBlur/Etc. – could be rootable out of the box.
That’s absolutely huge for a Motorola phone especially one with so much hype behind it. This exploit has been confirmed folks. We have the photo evidence and Rosenberg has posted the instructions on his site so feel free to pop open the champagne.
So, I’m pretty excited about this news and I would think that many of you out there with Droid 3’s are as well. Let’s just hope that this indeed works for the Droid Bionic right out of the gates because that would be pretty special. If you’re interested, you can find the instructions here. Please, please, please be careful if you’re going to take the plunge. I can’t be held responsible for the things that happen to your phone.
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