(UPDATE) Motorola Backflip Rooted, Courtesy of ModMyMobile
As the title of this article (and blurrycam shot above) indicates, the guys over at ModMyMobile.com have gained root access to the MotoBlur-packin’ Motorola Backflip. I know what you’re thinking: “Another crazy root process that we’ve never seen before”, but actually, they just used the Droid 2 root method that we told you about on Wednesday and it seemed to work. Overall, it looks like the Backflip just got a little better (but to be honest, it couldn’t have been much worse).
No ROMs as of yet, but we’ll keep you posted. Is anyone planning to root their Backflip?
UPDATE: We forgot to mention that this root method also works with the Motorola Cliq XT. Enjoy!
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