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How to Root Droid X

Droid Superuser

Rooting a Droid X: In the following simple solution, I cover a simple way to Root a Droid X, or almost any other Android Based Phone via Z4Root, created by RyanZA. By Rooting your phone, you obtain System Level Access, enabling you to do things with your Droid that are not possible with limited user …

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Droid X2 Gingerbread Update Released

DroidX2 Gingerbread Release

Finally, Starting today 7/29/11, the long awaited Gingerbread Update is rolling out for the Droid X2. The Droid X2 Gingerbread update features Android 2.3, Blur visual improvements/New user interface, security enhancements, a download manager app, touch keyboard  chording changes, fix duplicate SMS messages, improved stability and reduced device resets/reboots, and more. Full feature changes can …

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Droid Bionic Release Date – Verizon

Droid Bionic Release Date - Verizon

Recently there has been a lot of hype surrounding Motorola’s New Droid Bionic Smartphone. This next generation Android based Smartphone was initially slated for a release date earlier this year, but was postponed by Motorola for some “secret” last minute changes. In an attempt to properly inform the general public (and possibly to halt the …

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Downgrade Gingerbread to Froyo

Press 1 to begin flashing your Droid X phone

How to Downgrade from Gingerbread to Froyo (Droid X). There are many people, including myself, that do not like the Gingerbread Android release. In the following simple solution, I’ll show you how I reverted back to Froyo, after upgrading my Droid X to Gingerbread. This entire process can be accomplished without rooting your phone. My …

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How to Reset Droid X to Factory Settings

Droid Factory Data Reset

In the following simple solution, I cover the process of resetting a Droid X, and other Android OS smart phones to “Out of the Box” Factory Settings. This process is the equivalent of reformatting, and reinstalling an Operating System your PC. All data will be wiped, and a bare Android Operating System reinstalled.