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  1. Mrdroid921

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    N CEE!
    And does it work? I just want to root and overclock the stock
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    No more one touch rooting
     
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    Darn! Thanks.
     
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    i think unrevoked is coming out with a one click root for most devices. i believe its unrevoked 3.2. should be out REALLY soon.
     
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    Droid1 is not supported.
     
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    could you not, technically, use Easy Root and root 2.1, then flash to a root of 2.2 like Pete's 01B and then a root of 22D. this process would allow you to use Easy Root, no?

    or... just use the old school root method OMJ outlines
     
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    the method I outlined is new school...just came out for rooting the D2 a week or 2 ago. Flashing back to 2.1 involves a lot more and its more dangerous than the linked method
     
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    ahhhh.. "new school" huh?? in my book, "new school" is a 1 click app whereas a 25 step process is still "old school" :)

    anyway, we do not know what the OP is on, he could be on 2.1 ;)
     
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    one click apps come and go but the link I posted is the newest exploit. Not any 1 click apps coming anytime soon from the looks of it.
     
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    But 1 click apps will be the way to do this in the future. if we can send a space shuttle into space and beam voices all over the world, a 1 click app should be the root standard strived for. But I digress.. your steps work and are appreciated. I should know, I have had to follow them before :)
     
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    I recently flashed back to 2.0.1 and used Universal AndRoot to re-root a new replacement phone. I did it like this because where I live all I have access to is dial up, and I had the files and programs to do it this way. I thought it was an easy procedure.
     
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    LOL! Your still on dial-up. Where do you live Africa?
     
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    just curious has anyone checked out DMUpdater??? i found a page on it that was posted July 31st saying it was for the Droid 1, but i wasnt sure if it was outdated, things change in a months time, and I was wondering if anyone had used it, does it work after all the newest updates? I want to root, but I'm not sure how to, i plan on trying to get it all done today
     

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