Pete`s Motorola Root Tools [Root Droid 2 Global Gingerbread]

IMPORTANT: USE AT YOUR OWN RISK

These scripts and methods were designed for Windows users rooting a DROID 3 device, however, this root method is known to work for the following devices too:

Motorola Cliq
Motorola Cliq 2
Motorola DROID 2 Global
Motorola DROID 3
Motorola DROID Bionic
Motorola DROID Pro
Motorola DROID X2

How To Root: One-Click for Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows Server 2008

1.- Your phone must be connected via USB data cable to your computer and recognized.

2.- If your phone is connected, but not recognized, you may need to install one of these software drivers:

Windows universal 32-bit Motorola drivers version 5.2.0
Windows universal 64-bit Motorola drivers version 5.2.0
(Search the web)

Download this one-click root package: PetesMotorolaRootTools_v1.06.zip

Extract the contents of the one-click root package to a new folder on your computer.

Make sure USB Debugging is enabled on your device. This should be under Settings -> Applications -> Development -> USB Debugging.

From the new folder on your computer, double-click on MotorolaOneClickRoot to begin the root process.

Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the root process.



How To Root: One-Click for Windows XP and Windows 2003 Server

Please try the Windows Vista/7 method first! It will work better for most Windows XP users.
Only use this method if the other has not worked yet.


1.- Your phone must be connected via USB data cable to your computer and recognized.

2.- If your phone is connected, but not recognized, you may need to install one of these software drivers:

Windows universal 32-bit Motorola drivers version 5.2.0
Windows universal 64-bit Motorola drivers version 5.2.0
(Search the web)

Download this one-click root package: DROID 3 easy root script v7.zip

Extract the contents of the one-click root package to a new folder on your computer.

Make sure USB Debugging is enabled on your device. This should be under Settings -> Applications -> Development -> USB Debugging.

From the new folder on your computer, double-click on Click to root your DROID 3 to begin the root process.

Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the root process.



Credits: Pete`s
Source: Pete's Motorola Root Tools