1 Click Eris Root App – No PC Required
Rooting your Android device just gets easier and easier – and it’s all thanks to the developers.
Now, the Droid Eris can be rooted in just 1 click! Not only that, but you don’t even need a PC.
XDA forum members jcase and ECLIPS3 have developed a universal 1 click Eris Root app that can be installed directly on your Android device and root it there and then. Your data and apps should all remain intact after your device has been rooted.
The app is a TeamAndIRC development and jcase has stated that the source code is available on request, if good reason exists.
If you are happy with the app, jcase has posted that you are required to donate a meal to a homeless youth or an amount of money to a youth outreach program. Presumably, this is a requisite within the application.
For more information and to download the apk, take a look a the application thread.
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