New Release of UnrEVOked Supports Droid Incredible, HTC EVO, and HTC Desire

Interested in rooting your EVO, Droid Incredible, or HTC Desire?  Well, if the answer to that question is yes, you are going to very happy.  The geniuses behind UnrEVOked, the simple HTC EVO rooting tool, have upgraded their root method to now support the Desire and Droid Incredible as well!  That means you will be able to root your handset very easily!  Click here to find out how to do it!

Having rooted my Nexus One the hard way, I am eager to see how many newbies try this.  Let us know if you try it out, we want to know how it goes!

Source: unrEVOked

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7 Comments

  1. icesmurf
    June 25, 07:26 Reply

    you might want to update this article, this unrevoked2 release does _NOT_ root the HTC desire, it's simply a custom recovery that replaces the stock HTC one, it requires an already rooted desire to function.

  2. Derick
    June 25, 19:00 Reply

    Does this root the incredible?

  3. Lee
    June 25, 19:46 Reply

    NOT A ROOT METHOD
    Just a Recovery Flash

  4. Charlituna
    June 28, 19:14 Reply

    This does not root the phone, the author of the article does not know what he is talking about.

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