Root Motorola Droid RAZR on ICS and Gingerbread with CASUAL One Click Root Method
Motorola Droid RAZR can be rooted with a manual method, but some guys recently managed to create a working one-click root application that you can learn how to apply it by using the steps I’ve listed in this post. Use the instructions and if you’re having problems with the tutorial then you should ask for help in comments.
Before we can begin the root process for your Droid RAZR you need to read some guidelines and learn what tools and what actions you should take so that all files will be successfully applied. The CASUAL one-click root tool is easy to use and it can be used with Motorola Droid RAZR devices that are running ICS or Gingerbread Android OS’. Please note that it would be better for this guide to be applied by users that are advanced when it comes to rooting Android devices, so that in case something goes wrong you will manage to get your way around the CASUAL app and successfully apply all the installation files.
Read the guidelines below and only after that you should move to the tutorial:
- use Casual ROOT app only with Motorola Droid RAZR model number XT910.
- install the Motorola USB Drivers on your computer. Here’s a download link to help you with that.
- enable Android debugging mode on your Droid RAZR.
- download and install the latest JAVA version on your PC.
- optionally, you can choose to backup all the important files stored on your device’s memory.
- please note that we cannot be held responsible in case you damage the device or in case you lose important files during the root process.
- the comments section can be found at the end of this post and you should use it in case you cannot complete the installation.
Now that you know all these, I think that you can move to the tutorial and learn how to successfully root your Motorola Droid RAZR using the One click root applications called CASUAL. Make sure that you read all the tutorial instructions before starting to apply them so that you’ll be better prepared and manage to apply all steps from your first attempt.
How to root the Motorola Droid RAZR using CASUAL one-click root application:
- Download the CASUAL root application from here. It should be a .jar file and you simply need to save the file on your computer’s desktop screen.
- Remember to enable USB debugging on your phone and that the Motorola USB Drivers are installed. Only when all these requirements have been you should proceed and connect the Droid RAZR to your PC.
- Next, right click the CASUAL .jar file and select the ‘Open’ option.
- When CASUAL root app launches on your PC you should proceed like this:
- For Gingerbread ROMs: select ‘Root with Motofail Exploit’. Now press ‘Do it’ and wait until the root is complete.
- For ICS ROMs: select ‘Root with RootICSRAZR’ and after that press ‘Do it’. Wait until all root files have been applied.
- When the root has been applied you are free to restart and disconnect the device from your PC.
That’s it, now your device has been successfully rooted and you’re free to start using root-based applications or install CWM recovery and eventually learn how to install custom ROMs on your Motorola Droid RAZR device. In case you’re hitting any roadblocks during the root process, you should ask for our help by posting in comments and we will help you finish the root of your Motorola smartphone.