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i have a droid razr m,I recently got a replacement phone via insurance and i was wondering if based on the information below my phone is rootable and unlockable and if so what process should i use

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98.16.3

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9.8.1

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wed may 29,2013
 
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You can root that system version. Look for Motochopper 1.3.
 
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You can root that system version. Look for Motochopper 1.3.
i have completed motochopper 1.3 and it finally stating its complete but root checker is stating no root and i dont see superuser did i do something wrong
 
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I believe that the Motochopper v1.3 no longer exists to download because SamuriHL took it down. You most likely downloaded an earlier version. Try following this instead and use the version of Motochopper from there. This I was told should work for 98.18.78 builds (which is the same as 98.16.3 I believe).

http://www.droidrzr.com/index.php/to...ices-on-91878/

Can someone confirm that 98.18.74 is the same build as 98.16.3? Thanks!
Device: Motorola Droid RAZR M
ROM: Unrooted Stock (Build 9.8.1Q-94-1)
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I believe that the Motochopper v1.3 no longer exists to download because SamuriHL took it down. You most likely downloaded an earlier version. Try following this instead and use the version of Motochopper from there. This I was told should work for 98.18.78 builds (which is the same as 98.16.3 I believe).

http://www.droidrzr.com/index.php/to...ices-on-91878/
Can someone confirm that 98.18.74 is the same build as 98.16.3? Thanks!
98.18.78 is 98.16.3
98.18.94 is 98.30.1
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I believe that the Motochopper v1.3 no longer exists to download because SamuriHL took it down. You most likely downloaded an earlier version. Try following this instead and use the version of Motochopper from there. This I was told should work for 98.18.78 builds (which is the same as 98.16.3 I believe).

http://www.droidrzr.com/index.php/to...ices-on-91878/

Can someone confirm that 98.18.74 is the same build as 98.16.3? Thanks!
Yes, you are correct, I didn't notice that 1.3 was taken down, but here's the link to the same thread, with the revised method. For some reason, your link just goes to the DR home page.
http://www.droidrzr.com/index.php/to...ices-on-91878/
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