Motorola’s most popular Android Smartphone, Droid 3 has finally got a easier way for rooting. Again, a developer from Xda-forum, djrbliss has been able to find the exploit in the device which can be used to root it. This rooting procedure will upgrade Motorola’s Cliq, Cliq 2, Droid 2 Global, Droid 3, Pro, X and X2 models to Android Gingerbread 2.3.4 OS.
The entire rooting procedure is very simple and just takes few minutes to complete. Although, Motorola has not yet officially announced the update but for those restless souls who want to root their device can follow the steps below to root their device.
For Windows User:
- First download and install the Motorola Drivers on your PC: 32-bit/ 64 bit.
- Now download MotorolaOneClickRoot_psouza4 from here.
- Unzip the MotorolaOneClickRoot_psouza4.zip file using suitable software like winrar, 7zip etc.
- Now on you Droid 3 handset, navigate to the homescreen and tap the menu button->settings->Applications ->Development-> Enable the “USB debugging” option.
- Now, connect your device to the PC and select the “charge only” option, if the option doesn’t come up then select it after pulling down Notification drawer.
- Now, locate the MotorolaOneClickRoot_psouza4 file that you have downloaded earlier, run the .exe and follow the on-screen instructions.
For Mac OS X and Linux User:
- First download the Droid3_Easy_Root_v7d file from here and unzip it.
- Follow the step 4 and 5 from above.
- Now, locate the Droid3_Easy_Root_v7d file that you have downloaded earlier, run the run_to_root_your_droid3.sh and follow the on-screen instructions.
If all the above steps are followed correctly, then you will be able to root your device.