If you have managed to pick up a Droid Bionic handset this week from Verizon Wireless, you will probably be very interested to read the following guides we have to show you, especially if you are already thinking of rooting your device.
In case you didn’t know, rooting is now a legal option for new smartphone owners and it’s become a common tool for those who want to explore a few more features and customization options on a specific handset, features which are not usually available out of the box.
Considering that the Droid Bionic is nothing short of a beast in terms of hardware capabilities, we have a feeling that a lot of you will indeed be interested in going down the root avenue which is why you’ll find the following guide helpful. The guys over at Droid-Life have compiled a quick, easy and most importantly working Droid Bionic rooting method, as they have discovered that it’s actually the same method used to root the likes of other Droid handsets such as the Droid 2, Droid X and even the recently released Droid 3.
If you want to give the Droid Bionic root method a try, head to this link for full details, while you may find an additional guide over at RootzWiki useful too. If by chance you are looking for a method to unroot your Droid Bionic, we also have good news for you, as you’ll find another guide from Droid Life here showing you the easy steps to unroot your Droid Bionic and return it to it’s original out of the box state.
Overall, how is the Droid Bionic handling for you? Is the battery life impressive or giving you an early headache? We have spoken a lot in the past on how the Droid Bionic would stand up against the mighty, but still unreleased iPhone 5 – do you think the Bionic is a good contender for best smartphone of 2011 or is it too early to tell?
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