Droid Pro Seems to Have Root via Z4Root
XDA member bigdinosaur posted a guide showing a method that he claims worked to root the new Motorola Droid Pro. It looks like this will be more of a trial and error type of process, but he claims that it will work after a while. The thread has step by step instructions on what to do and how to do it.
Everything seems to point at the fact that is process works. However, if you have any feedback or if you have tried this process already, make sure to leave your comments in the thread.
So I figured I’d at least get things started – Credit goes to whomever first tried z4root on their Droid Pro – and to mahst687 for the deodexing.
Motorola ADB Driver
(Can’t post links apparently, sorry — googles your friend!)
You can find more information in the rooting thread.
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