Easy Root Removed From Android Market, App Now Available From Developer’s Site
The developer of the Easy Root application, which allowed owners of the Motorola Droid, Droid X, and Motorola Milestone (your handset must be running Froyo) to easily root their handsets, has announced that his application has been removed from the Android Market. While this is extremely unfortunate, you had to know this was coming.
Despite this, apparently the application is now live and for sale via PayPal from the developer’s site. Click here to purchase it. I am recommending all Android folks to support this guy. Keep at it developers! This is why Android rules folks!
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