Motorola Droid Bionic – Tutorial to Root

Sanjana December 6, 2011 0

Cheers to Motorola Droid Bionic users as they can now root their device and easily install various custom ROMs including the alpha version of firmware. It’s a Global rooting procedure so anyone with their Droid Bionic smartphones no matter of the firmware they are running on or which country they belong to, can proceed with the list of instructions. It is important to note that the process is applicable only to Motorola Droid Bionic phones and if applied to any other phone it may even brick the device.

motorola droid bionic


Keep a backup of all the user data in your phone so that you can restore it in case any data gets corrupted or is lost during the rooting procedure. Follow the link posted below to backup and restore all your data easily.

Pre Upgrade Instructions for Rooting and Firmware Update

Must Have:

Motorola Drivers (v5.2.0) (32bit)

Motorola Drivers (v5.2.0) (64bit)

Pete’s Motorola Tool

Steps to Root Motorola Droid BIONIC:

Step-1: Download and install Motorola Drivers (v5.2.0) (32bit), Motorola Drivers (v5.2.0) (64bit) and Pete’s Motorola Tool to your computer and unzip them. If you are asked to enter any password, enter the password as covering

Step-2: Enable USB Debugging in your phone from the path “Settings > Applications > Development > USB Debugging”. Make sure that it is ticked.

enable usb debugging

Step-3: Connect the Motorola Droid Bionic to the computer via USB Cable and choose “Charge Only” mode from the list of four options displayed on screen. Now disconnect your phone from the computer and again reconnect it to the computer that will unmount the storage devices so that data will get stored in the internal memory.

Step-4: From the new created folder run “Pete’s Motorola Root Tools.exe” then tap on “Root My Phone” and you will see a screen as shown below. The phone will reboot on its own indicating that rooting is accomplished.

motorola droid bionic root

By following the above mentioned steps carefully you can successfully root your Motorola Droid Bionic . We are not responsible for any damage done to your device caused during rooting that is unlikely to happen if follow the instructions carefully.

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