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  1. mmontane48

    mmontane48 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I previously had a rooted droid and now have received a replacement which has the updated 2.1. Now, my problem is that I have a mac and there seems to be no other way than using rsd lite. Problem is that I already used the free time limit to root my previous droid. Now what do I do?

    Again, nice to meet you all and I hope this isn't a severe intrusion.
     

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  2. Xyro

    Xyro 4 8 15 16 23 42 Moderator

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    Hey, I've moved your topic over to the Droid rooting section for you. The introduction section isn't really for questions so you probably wouldn't get much help there.

    Welcome to the forum! :)
     
  3. blackberrywidow

    blackberrywidow Active Member

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    1-Buy a PC running windows (sorry)
    2-Use a friend's PC
    3-Use a library PC where they let you install applications
    4-Install some Virtual Machine software like VMWare Player or VirtualBox . Not sure if VMWare works on a Mac but I believe VirtualBox does. Then, find a copy of windows somewhere and install it, or find a trial of windows somewhere....
    5-Look on craigslist and find someone to root it for like 15bucks...
     
  4. bp328i

    bp328i Well-Known Member

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    If your in the Tampa Bay area of Florida I would root in for you for free. Takes 10 minutes.
     
  5. one4u2nv

    one4u2nv Well-Known Member

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    Both of those work on Mac. You could also use bootcamp.

    Here is a guide that may help you using Linux on VirtualBox.
     

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