Motorola Droid 3

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Droid 3
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Specification
Manufacturer: Motorola Motorola-icon.png
Released On: 14 July 2011
Android Version: Android 2.3.4
Shipped With: Not Known
Product Model: Not Known
Product Device: Not Known
Model Number: Not Known
P___IMG: N/A
Dimensions: 64.1 x 123.3 x 12.9 mm
Weight: 184 grams
Carriers: Verizon
Display: 4" qHD (960x540)
CPU: TI OMAP 4430 1GHz dual-core
GPU: Not Known
RAM: 512 MB
Internal Memory: 16 GB
Memory Card: Not included
Mobile Radios: Not Known
WiFi: Not Known
Bluetooth: Bluetooth 2.1+
FM Radio: Not Known
GPS: Not Known
Battery: removable 1540 mAh Li Ion
Camera: 8 MP dual LED flash
Secondary Camera: Front VGA
HDMI Out: Not Included
USB Connector: Not Included
Additional Features: QWERTY Slider, 3.5mm headphone jack, Global phone
Rooted: yes
Locked Bootloader: yes


Windows

  1. Make sure you have Motorola drivers installed - (64-bit drivers) or (32-bit drivers)
  2. Download and unzip MotorolaOneClickRoot_psouza4
    For firmware 5.7.906 you will need to use the motofail app by @djrbliss and rolled into a single exe by crobs808. Would you like to know more?
  3. Enable USB Debugging: Settings -> Applications -> Development -> USB debugging
  4. Plug phone into computer and select "Charge Only" mode
  5. Run the MotorolaOneClickRoot.exe
  6. Follow the instructions in the command window and unlock the phone after each reboot.

DISCLAIMER: djrbliss and RootzWiki are not liable or responsible for any damages to your phones, this is solely the users decision to "root" their phone. Enjoy!

OS X & Linux

  1. Download and fully unzip Droid3_Easy_Root_v7d
  2. Enable USB Debugging: Settings -> Applications -> Development -> USB debugging
  3. Plug phone into computer and select "Charge Only" mode
  4. Run the run_to_root_your_droid3.sh
  5. Follow the instructions in the command window and unlock the phone after each reboot.

DISCLAIMER: Framework43, psouza4 and RootzWiki are not liable or responsible for any damages to your phones, this is solely the users decision to "root" their phone. Enjoy!

ADB Method

Before you begin, download the SU script and Superuser.apk

  1. mv /data/local/12m /data/local/12m.bak
  2. ln -s /data /data/local/12m
  3. Next, physically reboot the device by pressing the power button. When it wakes up, log in using adb shell again
  4. rm /data/local/12m
  5. mv /data/local/12m.bak /data/local/12m
  6. mv /data/local.prop /data/local.prop.bak
  7. echo "ro.sys.atvc_allow_netmon_usb=0" > /data/local.prop
  8. echo "ro.sys.atvc_allow_netmon_ih=0" >> /data/local.prop
  9. echo "ro.sys.atvc_allow_res_core=0" >> /data/local.prop
  10. echo "ro.sys.atvc_allow_res_panic=0" >> /data/local.prop
  11. echo "ro.sys.atvc_allow_all_adb=1" >> /data/local.prop
  12. echo "ro.sys.atvc_allow_all_core=0" >> /data/local.prop
  13. echo "ro.sys.atvc_allow_efem=0" >> /data/local.prop
  14. echo "ro.sys.atvc_allow_bp_log=0" >> /data/local.prop
  15. echo "ro.sys.atvc_allow_ap_mot_log=0" >> /data/local.prop
  16. echo "ro.sys.atvc_allow_gki_log=0" >> /data/local.prop
  17. Reboot the device one final time, and on logging in with “adb shell”, you should be presented with a root prompt. Enjoy!
  18. You will need to push the su script and Superuser.apk app over to the device that you downloaded before you started
  19. adb shell mount -o rw,remount /dev/block/system/system
  20. adb push su /system/xbin
  21. adb push Superuser.apk /system/app
  22. adb shell chmod 4755
  23. adb shell reboot
  24. When your device comes back up you should have root

DISCLAIMER: Dan Rosenberg and RootzWiki are not liable or responsible for any damages to your phones, this is solely the users decision to "root" their phone. Enjoy!

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