Jailbreak Droid Bionic, Droid 3, X2 Gingerbread 2.3.4 [Root]


You can jailbreak Droid Bionic, Droid3, Droid X2 or Motorola Cliq using one click root for Gingerbread 2.3.4 Android. The process to jailbreak Android devices is called rooting as it allows you to get root access of the device. While jailbreaking the iPhone allows you to install unauthorized apps on your device, the concept is same for Android devices. So, when you root / jailbreak Gingerbread 2.3.4 OS on your device, it gives you freedom to get root access and install unauthorized apps / games.

How to Jailbreak Motorola Droid Bionic / Droid 3 / Droid X2 / Cliq

Preliminary Step: Take a backup of your data. All your data will be wiped up during the process so make sure you have saved the data or you will lose it forever.

Step 1: Installing Motorola Drivers for Windows:

Step 2: Download the file that will be used to jailbreak Gingerbread 2.3.4 on your device:

Step 3: Extract the downloaded zip file

Step 4: Now pick up your phone and enable USB debugging if its not enabled already:

Navigate to Menu > Settings > Applications > Development > enable USB debugging.

Step 5: Now connect your device to the computer, then select “Charge Only” mode.

Note: “Charge Only” option should pop up automatically when you connect your device. However, you can select it from Notification drawer if it doesn’t appear automatically.

Step 6: Once device is connected and set to charge only mode, on your computer, run the file that you downloaded and extracted. File name will be:

  • On Windows: Run MotorolaOneClickRoot.exe
  • On OS X / Linux: Run run_to_root_your_droid3.sh

Step 7: Once you launch the app, the rest of process is self-explanatory. Let it complete.

Once the process completes, you will have root access of your Motorola device on Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread.

Comments

  1. MonkeyMan says:
    Why does your article title says 2.3.5 but all you talk about is 2.3.4?

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