G2 Rooted, Sorta
Another day, another rooted device. Yes, you read correctly, the T-Mobile G2 has been rooted. But, before you go running to your local T-Mobile store to pick up a G2 and root it, we should point out that for now, this method doesn’t allow permanent root access. Meaning, that once the phone reboots, you lose your root privileges.
So, it’s not that groundbreaking or major news, but it’s good to see how quickly the G2 was rooted. Surely, the method will be changed so that permanent root access is attainable. Patience is the strongest virtue. We’re not sure if this will make up for those hardware issues or not, but we’ll leave that one up to you. If you want instructions on how to root your G2, check them out on XDA.
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