Root Motorola Droid 3, Droid 4, Droid Bionic and Droid Razr Phones
Motorola’s Android Phones users are undoubtedly lucky, as every few days number of new ROMs and Rooting Tools are being released. Likely, everytime tools are getting simple to simple, with ease to use process. Latest entrance in this segment has been forayed, named CASUAL One Click Tool, which has been released and developed by XDA Member AdamOutler. CASUAL stands for ‘Cross-platform ADB Scripting, Unified Android Loader.
Casual One Click Tool is designed to root Motorola Droid Razr, Droid 3, Droid 4, and Droid Bionic in few clicks on the fly. It is compatible with all the major Computer platforms, including Windows, Linux, and Mac. No matter, if you have installed Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) Firmware, or still running traditional Android 2.3 Gingerbread Operating System, this tool works for both versions. As this tool is currently released in Beta stage, so obviously there are chances that it contains bugs, but they’re likely to get fixed soon in future versions of this tool. If you can’t wait to try this tool for your Motorola Phones, you can learn to try it with easy steps mentioned in this tutorial article
Disclaimer: Please note, The rooting of your Motorola device void warranty, and you can’t claim warranty in future, after applying this root method. We at TechClap.com or Developers should not be held responsible if your device get bricked, non-functional or damaged after applying this method. You should try the steps at your risk and your responsibility.
- Check your Device model and make sure that you have proper compatible device mode. You can check your device model in about>phone. Make sure that it would state Motorola Droid Razr, Droid 3, Droid 4, or Droid Bionic. If you will install into any other device, it can damage your device.
- Turn on the USB Debugging on at path Settings>Applications>Development>USB Debugging option should be checked.
- Make sure that you have latest drivers installed in your PC, and also having a data cable.
- You should Disable all the Antivirus or Firewalls in the PC to eliminate the chances of conflict.
- You should Backup all the SMS, Call Logs, Contacts, MMS and APN Settings and other data into MicroSD card. This would ensure that you can easily restore data, after your data would be wiped from the phone.
- We recommend to charge your Motorola device, to at least 80% before starting the procedure of applying the root method through this tutorial.
Assuming that you’re ready with everything i suggested above to check before proceeding with the method. Now, lets proceed to the procedure which we’ve explained in detail, how you can use All In One Tool ‘Casual’ to root your Motorola Device.
Step by Step Instructions to Root Motorola Droid 3, Droid 4, Droid Bionic and Droid Razr Phones
Step 1: You need to Download and Install CASUAL Motofail Package and save it to your computer.
Step 2: Download the Latest Version of Java Runtime and Install it. Java Download Link..
Step 3: Connect the phone to computer with the help of USB Data Cable, ensure that USB Debugging mode is On.
Step 4: Run the ‘CASUAL-Motofail-PublicBeta.jar’ file (From Step 1).
Step 5: On the interface of the tool, you will see the option ‘RootICSRAZR’ (If your device has Android 4.0 ICS Firmware) or Select ‘Root with Motofail Exploit’ (If you have Android 2.3 Gingerbread Installed in your Device).
Step 6: Simply Click ‘Do It’ button’. Wait for few seconds, and after some time your device will be rooted. After completing the procedure of rooting, you need to Reboot the phone. After phone will get boot, you will note that there is busybox, Superuser.apk and su binary has been installed into the device.
Assuming that you’ve followed everything carefully, and have rooted the Motorola Device. As i mentioned, this ROM is in development stage, and there are chances of bugs. We didn’t tested it yet, but hopefully it works, which you need to check as there is not so much feedback as of now regarding this ROM. But concept is awesome of One Click Utility Tool to Root the Motorola Phone. If you too face issue, then you can contact developer here at XDA. He suggested to paste Log in the forum, so that he can check and resolve the issues in future versions of this Tool. Do let’s know if it works for you. The tool is built for both Windows and Linux Computers.