Just followed your instructions and it worked quickly and flawlessly coming from .902, you sir, tuckmobile, are a scholar and a gentleman
Originally Posted by jake1066
It really is easy. This is coming from a guy that has never even rooted before and now I am running eclipse 2.2 thanks to your guide. Thank you tuck for your clear step by step guide that made this painless for even a noob like me.
Originally Posted by nobe1976
I have to say this this is absolutely the best guide to get this phone rooted and customised. Got my Bionic on Monday and after a little bit of light reading on these forums I now have a rooted stock system and with Safestrap I have a system that I can mess around with.
Originally Posted by rtfelt
Thank you. Thank you, you are the man. I had rooted my bionic right after getting it in September 2011, but then with the automatic updates, I lost root and was unable to get it back. This guide worked perfectly!
Originally Posted by bjscrdt
Thanks for the great/easy instructions, it is like having a whole new phone after I rooted my Bionic. Running Eclipse now, very smooth
Is it good to do a factory reset before doing a root? Or any other tips or suggestions before starting?
Originally Posted by bfitzpatrickd2d
Pretty sure when you do this it will wipe you phone so factory reset eould be a wasteof time
Originally Posted by Darca
No need for a factory reset.
You shouldn't reset anything before you begin. This method will create a backup of your stock system using SafeStrap. You can always return to your original setup using SafeStrap. Just reverse the toggle setting for Safe system (step 21). The wipe in step 22 is all you'll need.
I'd recommend reading a little about how SafeStrap works if you're feeling uncertain. There's a link to the Safestrap website in the "Credits" section of the OP.
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