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Droid Eris Rooted On XDA
Thats Right, Xda-dev members have done it again!
Fresh out of the Drois Eris Development page comes XDA Member jcase with details on how to root your Droid Eris. With the help from the XDA Devs, jcase and Caboose, have opened a new world of ‘Droid rooting. Well Done Guys!
Originally posted by jcase
No other person but yourself, and only you are responsible if it breaks your phone, or anything else. Don’t blame me if it doesn’t work, or if something happens down the line. If your phone turns into skynet, your fault not mine. Same if it stops working, your fault not mine.
Hats off to all the devs, esp to Caboose.
Do not update to the leaked 2.1.
We can go from 1.5, to rooted 2.1.
Not from leaked 2.1 to rooted 2.1
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