Verizon’s Motorola Droid 3 Rooting Guide
The Motorola Droid 3 is the successor to the Droid 2. Motorola bumped up the internal specs of the Droid 3, whilst also increasing the external screen size to 4-inches. The D3 also sports a five-row dedicated QWERTY keyboard, compared to the four-row ones found in its predecessor.
Warning – This method will only work for device running Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Here are the steps to get root access on your Motorola handset in a very simple way-:
- Download and Install Motorola’s USB drivers, if you have not done that already. You can download the required drivers from here (32bit). The 64bit version of the driver can be downloaded from here.
- Download the MotorolaOneclickRoot.zip file from here, and extract its contents inside a new folder on your desktop.
- Enable USB Debugging on your handset, by going to Settings->Applications->Development, and selecting the USB Debugging option. Once done, fire up the MotorolaOneClickRoot.exe executable file inside, which you can find inside the folder you made in Step 2.
- Follow the on-screen instructions properly, and let the tool do its job. Your phone will reboot thrice, before you finally have root access on your phone.