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Question Moto-X on KK 4.4.4 AT&T Root Method?

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I'm coming over from the Atrix-HD forum so I just bought the Moto-X and upon doing so the blue shirt at Best Buy updated the phone for me which I wasn't to happy about but that's where I'm at and I'm wondering if there is a root method for my setup?

I'm sorry if this has been covered before but from what I read a solution is unclear so I'm asking for clarification.


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I would consider reading this thread -> [One Stop Shop] How do I root my Moto X - Let's end the confusion.

Or maybe start with this post from that thread -> http://forum.xda-developers.com/moto...9/post54671918 as it clarifies things a little more.
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Hello,

I'm coming over from the Atrix-HD forum so I just bought the Moto-X and upon doing so the blue shirt at Best Buy updated the phone for me which I wasn't to happy about but that's where I'm at and I'm wondering if there is a root method for my setup?

I'm sorry if this has been covered before but from what I read a solution is unclear so I'm asking for clarification.


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return it to the blueshirt who updated it and tell him its a useless pos once you update to 4.4.4, you can root it and have write if its on 4.4 which it could be. if its on 4.4.2 than you can still root but not write.
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On on att 4.4.4 and I can't root, my dumb arse was in such a hurry I took part in the soak test and now no towel root towel pie or Jcases methods will root for me but I got this awesome new dialer and worse battery life lol

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On on att 4.4.4 and I can't root, my dumb arse was in such a hurry I took part in the soak test and now no towel root towel pie or Jcases methods will root for me but I got this awesome new dialer and worse battery life lol

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Really? My battery life is better....
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Battery life isn't much worse it could even be better but wifi is using up like 15 or more percent

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