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Posted 12 November 2011 - 04:32 PM

Is that code for do i want to brick my new phone? haha



Lol no not at all it just means it needs to be tested.

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Posted 14 November 2011 - 09:55 AM

So, I assume this one hasn't caused any radio problems like the one posted over on XDA?

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Posted 14 November 2011 - 04:13 PM

This will not mess with nothing to do with your radio. All you are doing is changing the data\local to insert super user permisions. It has nothing to do with the radio.

#24 Electrotech33

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Posted 21 November 2011 - 07:48 PM

Hi all,

I used this method to Root my Razr. I downloaded the Moto_Razr_Root_Windows.zip from here. Then followed the rest of th instructions... presto within a few minutes I had my Razr rooted... now to my question.


If this was the way that I rooted my Razr, how to do I go about unrooting it? I am still within my 14 day window from purchase, as I paid 299.00 plus tax for the phone, and I found out today that Amazonwireless.com is selling these phones for a penny now?! So I want to unroot then restore the phone. Then return it to VZW and order the phone from Amazon.

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Posted 21 November 2011 - 07:53 PM

I unrooted mine with Z4 root.Worked for me but I guess there is allways a chance something could go wrong, do it your own risk. Are you a new customer to Verizon? The penny deal is for NEW Verizon customers only. Good luck.

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Posted 21 November 2011 - 09:26 PM

I unrooted mine with Z4 root.Worked for me but I guess there is allways a chance something could go wrong, do it your own risk. Are you a new customer to Verizon? The penny deal is for NEW Verizon customers only. Good luck.


I added a line to my girlfriends plan, and the penny price is included if you are adding a line. As far as the root/unroot issue. I followed that you did the one click root before on another site and then you used the Z4 to unroot. And that you said you were going to try the root from this site, but did you unroot after that using Z4?

#27 i@md1nko3

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Posted 21 November 2011 - 10:16 PM

so if z4root can un root the rzr will it root it?

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Posted 22 November 2011 - 04:52 AM

so if z4root can un root the rzr will it root it?

No it will not root this phone. Z4 was made for Froyo not gingerbread. It's odd that it un-roots but since it does not need an exploit (all ready rooted) it returns the phone back to stock. I still learning adb but you can remove su permissions in there as well.

#29 Odiej34

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Posted 22 November 2011 - 04:55 AM

I added a line to my girlfriends plan, and the penny price is included if you are adding a line. As far as the root/unroot issue. I followed that you did the one click root before on another site and then you used the Z4 to unroot. And that you said you were going to try the root from this site, but did you unroot after that using Z4?

Yes, I unrooted using Z4, then did the one promt/click on this site to re root. There is also a app on the market that will unroot you. (.99) I thinks it is called ginger unroot, or something like that.

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Posted 22 November 2011 - 09:24 AM

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Droid Razr 1-Click Root Method


Windows Method

Windows 1-Click Package ---->

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Preparation for Windows Method:
1) Make sure you have installed the proper Motorola USB drivers Get them

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2) Ensure that you have installed ADB Not sure? Click

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3) Put phone into USB debugging mode From Home Screen: Settings..Applications..Development
4) Connect device to computer Razr should be in Mass Storage Mode

Rooting for Windows Method:
1) Complete the steps above
2) Download Moto_Razr_Root_Windows.zip from above
3) Extract to a folder on your desktop
4) Click run.bat
5) Click any key to continue root
6) Rooting will take place and device will reboot Keep plugged in until Razr finishes booting
7) Command prompt will tell you its complete when done


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Mac/Linux Method

Mac/Linux ---> Needs to be tested

Mac/Linux Method:
1) open a terminal
2) navigate to the extracted directory
3) invoke the script as "./root_me_now.sh"
4) follow instructions



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Hi, This did not work for me... It is not able to gain R/W access for /system as such failing to copy busybox and su files... I am on 2.3.6, after OTA UPDATE (651.150.1.XT910.Retail.en.EU).. Any idea???

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Posted 22 November 2011 - 10:22 AM

Hi, This did not work for me... It is not able to gain R/W access for /system as such failing to copy busybox and su files... I am on 2.3.6, after OTA UPDATE (651.150.1.XT910.Retail.en.EU).. Any idea???


It don't work after the OTA update. The solution work only with the retail version 2.3.5 for the moment.
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Posted 24 November 2011 - 11:29 AM

I just wanted to say "THANKS!" - both this and the XDA version are really similar - almost alike, except the file size is smaller and with the method in this post, I did not get the 'path not specified' error.
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#33 ace512

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Posted 24 November 2011 - 03:41 PM

This root method worked like a charm with no issues at alll......Thanks to the dev team that did this root simple and easy. Just note this is the first time i rooted my phone and my first droid i rooted.

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#34 ace512

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Posted 24 November 2011 - 06:12 PM

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Droid Razr 1-Click Root Method


Windows Method

Windows 1-Click Package ---->

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Preparation for Windows Method:
1) Make sure you have installed the proper Motorola USB drivers Get them

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2) Ensure that you have installed ADB Not sure? Click

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3) Put phone into USB debugging mode From Home Screen: Settings..Applications..Development
4) Connect device to computer Razr should be in Mass Storage Mode

Rooting for Windows Method:
1) Complete the steps above
2) Download Moto_Razr_Root_Windows.zip from above
3) Extract to a folder on your desktop
4) Click run.bat
5) Click any key to continue root
6) Rooting will take place and device will reboot Keep plugged in until Razr finishes booting
7) Command prompt will tell you its complete when done


All credit for this root exploit belongs to Team Revolution: you can find them here

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Mac/Linux Method

Mac/Linux ---> Needs to be tested

Mac/Linux Method:
1) open a terminal
2) navigate to the extracted directory
3) invoke the script as "./root_me_now.sh"
4) follow instructions



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Looks like i rooted the phone and then restarted the phone and the phone does not work anymore. I phone is in a endless boot. I guess there is no way to unbrick the know phone now.

#35 networkdood

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Posted 26 November 2011 - 09:06 AM

Looks like i rooted the phone and then restarted the phone and the phone does not work anymore. I phone is in a endless boot. I guess there is no way to unbrick the know phone now.


Very strange you could try the method that XDA has posted, which is just about the same as here:

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That did not work for me, but this did - I have rebooted the phone several times without issue - even added recovery. There may be a way to get out of the loop over at XDA....
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Posted 26 November 2011 - 09:15 AM

Looks like i rooted the phone and then restarted the phone and the phone does not work anymore. I phone is in a endless boot. I guess there is no way to unbrick the know phone now.


If you notice ur phone has already bricked, U may try flashing the system image on fastboot from the link below, Good Luck

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BTW, it is for Retail RAZR, not sure if u r from Verizon.. :-)

#37 ace512

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Posted 26 November 2011 - 09:51 AM

Hey all...sorry in replying late on my issue.

So..yesterday after a few hours for searching blogs and asking my friend for help in trying to un-brick my VZW Droid Razr. I decided to go to VZW store and try and get a replacement. I informed the VZW Rep that phone died and when i tired to charge the phone it was not charging at all. Informed the VZW Rep that the phone battery symbol has a question mark. The VZW Rep took to the back and came out with a brand new Droid Razr phone straight out of the box and with the cables. I was in and out the store within 20min.

I think what i going to do to buy another Droid Razr without contract and use that as my hack phone for testing before trying to unroot my VZW phone.

I was phoneless for a day and half.

Thanks all for you help.

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Posted 26 November 2011 - 05:38 PM

Hey all...sorry in replying late on my issue.

So..yesterday after a few hours for searching blogs and asking my friend for help in trying to un-brick my VZW Droid Razr. I decided to go to VZW store and try and get a replacement. I informed the VZW Rep that phone died and when i tired to charge the phone it was not charging at all. Informed the VZW Rep that the phone battery symbol has a question mark. The VZW Rep took to the back and came out with a brand new Droid Razr phone straight out of the box and with the cables. I was in and out the store within 20min.

I think what i going to do to buy another Droid Razr without contract and use that as my hack phone for testing before trying to unroot my VZW phone.

I was phoneless for a day and half.

Thanks all for you help.


COOL! Yeah, I have done warranty 3 times with my CAPTIVATE, where similar things had happened and AT&T just replaced the phone...good for you, dude, that is awesome news.
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#39 UGator

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Posted 29 November 2011 - 11:00 AM

Damn! Team Revolution - you guys rock!!!! Rooted in about 20 seconds - not including boot time. One question though, can I update after root, and if so, will I maintain root?

Thanks Guys! :D

#40 mR742

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Posted 30 November 2011 - 03:24 PM

As stated thank you!!!




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