Jailbreaking is a popular activity among iPhone users wishing to get adventurous with their handsets. However, thanks to the more open nature of the Android OS, users on the Android powered handsets do not have such a need. However, if you are the kind who finds it exciting to run your handset in administrator mode, thereby being able to run scripts and alter the system files, you may probably want to root your Android device. The sad part though, is that you run the risk of bricking your $500 handset should something go wrong.
Thankfully, Motorola Droid-X users now have a simple one-click solution. Just download this application to your computer, plug in your Droid X and choose whether to root or unroot. Yes, that’s exactly what it takes.
But point to note here – This application only works on Windows computers and so if you are of the Mac variety, I’m sorry.
Also Read : Step-by-step Instructions to Root Droid X