Not for the faint-hearted, Droid Razr’s rooting

With an impressive listing of smartphones to choose from on the current market including the newly released Motorola Droid Razr, it’s a job to know what to pick. Once you’ve chosen a handset that fits the bill, then there may be a small percentage of you wanting to tinker with your mobile device in the form of “rooting,” or jail breaking if you prefer.

Should you choose to do this, then the user will be provided with unrestricted access to the file system on your phone allowing you to install or uninstall just about anything. Even with manufacturers putting restrictions on mobile phones to prevent this from happening, users in the know can get around it.

According to electronista.com instructions on how to root the new Razr have been seen on an Android user forum, and they are not for the faint-hearted. The hack in question can be used as a download for either Windows 32 or 64-bit versions. If successful, the Razr will be rooted to Android Gingerbread 2.3.5, if it fails, users need to be aware that no custom recovery or SBF files are present, and by carrying this out, the phone will no longer be safeguarded with a warranty. To find out more on this, click onto electronista.com.

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