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How to Root DROID X

by VISHAL GAIKAR - on Feb 12th 2012 - No Comments

How to root Droid X : Simple, If you want to Root Droid X then you are at the right place. Some talented developers  succeeded in obtaining the Droid X root using the following mentioned process. This method will help you to bring the permanent root access on your Droid X device.  Now you can easily root or jailbreak Droid X using the following steps. How to Root Droid X, then here are the instructions to do it on your smartphone successfully.

How to root Droid X

Some developers from RootzWiki have come up with a one click root procedure. Well known as the One-Click root tool, it will help in rooting Droid X owners to root their devices with ease. This tool uses the Droid 3 exploit and will also help you to root android 2.3 devices like you can root Droid 3, root Droid X2, root Cliq, and you can root Cliq 2 with the help of this too.



The benefits of rooting Motorola Droid X are, the release of the operator interface, the installation of alternative and custom ROM, you can use some software which only support rooted devices , remove some unnecessary services, you can perform full backups with the software like titanium backup and data applications, install applications on memory card and so on. Following Droid X root guide will help you to root your device.

Disclaimer: Let me tell you some things, rooting htc desire with this type of methods is not always safe and you must be aware of what you do. Being Android will not be liable if your device gets damaged or bricked during the process.

Requirements :

  • Motorola USB drivers for Windows . Download 32 bits drivers from here and the 64-bit version here.
  • Droid 3 easy root script version 7 , Download from here.
  • Turn on USB debugging on your phone. To do that, go to Settings > Applications > Development > USB Debugging and make sure there’s a check mark beside “USB debugging.”

Here is a tutorial which will help you to get the root of Droid X Android smartphone in simple steps and only takes a few minutes.

  1. Download & Install Motorola USB drivers on your computer.
  2. Download and save the Droid 3 easy root script files to your computer. Extract the contents of the file to your computer.
  3. Connect your phone to your computer using a USB cable. When the phone asks you for a connection type, select Charge Only mode.
  4. Open the folder where you extracted the rooting files and Launch the Click to root your Droid 3.bat file and follow the on-screen instructions.
  5. Reboot your phone to unlock your device.

That’s it! With the help of above procedure , You have rooted Droid X. Congrats finally you got your answer to How to root droid x , now you can install better apps which support rooted devices only. Above method works on Motorola phones running Android OS 2.3.4 or earlier.

Motorola Gleam Review

by VISHAL GAIKAR - on Feb 10th 2012 - 5 Comments

Like pretty much every phone on the market today, the Motorola Gleam has an antecedent.  In this case the well known and extremely popular Razr.  The competitively priced Gleam  resembles the Razr handset in details large and small, from its clam shell design to its keypad, which, is a flexible plastics rather than aluminum found on the Razr. Although definitely designed for the budget conscious, the Gleam looks expensive.

The design is attractive with an appealingly glossy finish and and Led lights which pulse when the phone is opened or shut. Like most such shiny exteriors however, it does have a tendency to pick up fingerprints.

Lets Talk Specifics

Texting is easy on the Motorola Gleam because the large buttons on the keypad have enough play to allow your fingers to glide easily over them. The 2.4 inch display, while somewhat small, is representative of comparably priced phones. The Motorola Gleam is not a true smart phone, and truth be told,  is rather low tech, not having 3g or WiFi connectivity, let alone a lot of fancy apps. In fact there is very little technological advancement over the Razr.

On the  plus side, less technological sophistication means the Gleam is easier to use than many phones, and is also definitely less of a power hog,in fact the Gleam boasts a longer battery life than any true smartphones. And there are times, particularly when you need a phone to be just a phone, when longer battery life is worth more to a user than the latest cool app.

Some Pros, Some Cons..

The Motorola Gleam 2 megapixel camera is probably the rock bottom of what one can expect in camera phones these days, taking only fair quality stills and rather poor quality video. Also the Motorola Gleam is short on internal storage space, having only 5 MB available. However the Gleam does  have a microSD slot that allows for additional storage. The sound quality of  live FM radio from the FM receiver and of music on the Gleam mp3 player are bot fairly good, but probably better if you have your own pair of headphones to the fit the standard 3.5mm jack.

You normally get what you pay for, and if you are a feature conscious buyer for whom money is no object, the Gleam is not for you. However if you are on a budget, or even  if you just don’t care all that much about owning a phone that has all the latest gewgaws, the Gleam is a good choice. Although doing without 3G or WiFi connectivity is  somewhat something many phone users might miss, the basic functionality  and user friendly interface of the Gleam as well as its sharp, attractive appearance make it a good value for the money. There are plenty of deals on the Motorola Gleam that you can find around the internet.

Jenna Heinbacker is a technology / gadget reviewer from Edinburg. She attends various award shows and mobile phone conferences and runs a website to find the best mobile phone deals in the UK.