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Let me know when you get your Atrix!

21st February 2011, 11:29 AM |#1  
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Hey guys, shout out and let me know if you get your Atrix today and if you are rooting!

Curios to see how big the community is
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21st February 2011, 01:23 PM |#2  
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Hey guys, shout out and let me know if you get your Atrix today and if you are rooting!

Curios to see how big the community is

On the truck for delivery right now. I'll be rooting as soon as I get home to grab it, then running a restore of my apps through TiBu.
21st February 2011, 01:25 PM |#3  
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I want to, but this is my first Android phone and I'm new to all this. The tutorial doesn't back up before the whole process, so I'm wary.
How do I run a backup before proceeding with the breifmobile tutorial?
21st February 2011, 01:29 PM |#4  
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hopefully my store receives it in its shipment today
21st February 2011, 01:40 PM |#5  
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I want to, but this is my first Android phone and I'm new to all this. The tutorial doesn't back up before the whole process, so I'm wary.
How do I run a backup before proceeding with the breifmobile tutorial?

You can't, because you need root to backup.

But seriously, rooting is not dangerous at all. All it does is pushes a root exploit to your phone, runs it, then once it has temp root, it pushes su and installs superuser.

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21st February 2011, 01:41 PM |#6  
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Mine should get here within the next couple of hours. (not really mine, its for my GF, to replace her N1)

I'll be rooting and installing ADW after its charged.
21st February 2011, 01:42 PM |#7  
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Mines on the truck out for delivery as well.

I'm sure I will root after some more reading. This is my first android and I look forward to tweaking it to the max as I have done with my winmo devices in the past. Root access seems to be right up my alley but I'm always kind timid when it comes to possibly voiding the waranty on my shiny new gadget. :P

Thanks designgears for your part in rooting this device. I'm very happy to see this information already available for when I am ready to take that step.
21st February 2011, 01:46 PM |#8  
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Well, as i live in the UK, i won't be able to report anything soon. Might consider getting it from America and hoping to God someone finds a way to unlock it. Expensive but might be worth it. I want one. Sucks
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On the truck for delivery. I'll root tonight and commence playing.
21st February 2011, 01:57 PM |#10  
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But seriously, rooting is not dangerous at all. All it does is pushes a root exploit to your phone, runs it, then once it has temp root, it pushes su and installs superuser.

Thanks for this simplified explanation. Makes me think more and more that I will be rooting sooner rather than later.

I hear that it is easy to unroot for warranty purposes. Is that true?
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