All-in-One Utility for the Defy Mini XT320
The Motorola Defy Mini XT320 is not exactly a new device. In fact, coming out about a year and a quarter ago, most people who own it have already owned it for quite some time. However, sturdy devices are few and far between, especially in smaller sizes. Plus, the device is still being actively purchased in quite a few markets globally by those for whom small size and superior device sturdiness is important.
XDA Senior Member rootdefyxt320 has created an all-in-one script aimed at quickly and efficiently doing basically everything a new device owner would care to accomplish. Included in the tool’s functionality is the ability to root, install recovery, overclock, wipe, and unroot the device. Installation is as simple as running the EXE attached to the thread’s original post. From there, just select what you would like it to do from the application’s menu.
Whether you’re a new Defy Mini owner or just haven’t gotten around to rooting yet, head over to the utility thread to get started.
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