Tutorial:Motorola Droid Mini root
What advantages can you enjoy by rooting your Motorola Droid Mini? For smart phone enthusiasts, they can list a long list about the advantages of rooting their smart phones. However, the major answer to this question is: by rooting, you can enjoy privileged control within your smart phone and overcome limitations. If you are new to rooting, you should know that there are at least two risks that you should pay more attention to: rooting can void your device factory warranty and most rooting applications and methods can be easily reverted; if you root your device incorrectly, your data will lose. We are not responsible and cannot be liable for all these unfortunate events. This is the tutorial of Motorola Droid Mini root.
When you are rooting your phone with computer, you should do some preparation work before rooting work starts. You should ensure that your Motorola Droid Mini is fully charged and check the box next to USB debugging to turn USB debugging on. Then, you should plug your device into your computer for further work. You should preinstall some software onto your computer as required.
You can search for and download apps that require rooting directly from the official Android Market. We recommended the official market since it is generally more secure. It contains less malware than some other third-party markets and other websites.
There is a method called one-click root. SuperOneClick will be used in this method. It is an application that can be used on windows. Plug your Motorola Droid Mini into your computer and just one click will help you root your phone. Those devices that have a NAND lock for preventing writing to the /system mount can not use SuperOneClick. Remember to read up-to-date compatible and incompatible lists provided by root software developers and community members before your rooting work.
Step 1: install Android drivers for your phone on your windows operating system.
Step 2: Enable USB Debugging mode on your Android.
Step 3: select Tap Menu > Settings > Applications > Development to enable USB debugging to ensure your SD card is not mounted.
Step 4: Make sure the .NET Framework v2.0 or above is installed and then install SuperOneClick
Step 5: plug your Motorola Droid Mini into the computer via the USB cable and then click SuperOneClick Root button. Soon, this process will be done.
In addition to SuperOneClick, there are many other softwares that can help you root your Motorola Droid Mini. Root Explorer is a paid file manager that can let you access the entire Android file system, including the exclusive data folder. ES File Explorer is a free file manager app. It also features an application manager, task manager, security manager, and bookmark manager. There is also an app that can help you manage and flash third-party ROMs on your Android. It is called ROM Manager. You can install a custom Android recovery system and enjoy much more control and customization of your Motorola Droid Mini through ROM Manager.
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