Just rooted a Motorola Droid2 Global with SuperOneClick! I also cleaned up some code around. You won’t need to tick alternate ADB method for LG users anymore and the Unroot has been made more robust.
I'll be implementing support for Motorola devices similar to how I've done for LG devices. There is an ADB patch that will root the Droid3, Droid X, Droid X2, Droid Cliq, Droid Cliq 2, Droid 2, and Droid Bionic.
As a tip for LG users, make sure you select Use alternate ADB Parser under the advanced tab.
LG ADB Patching included: http://www.multiupload.com/QWMM967EU0 If you have an LG device, try switching to psneuter before hitting root (this inconvenience will be fixed in the next release).
SuperOneClick v2.3.2 will now add a bit more tweaking for LG devices that couldn't be rooted. Expect a release in a few days.
As promised: Click here to download SuperOneClick v2.3.1 Lets see if driver installation is a thing of the past now. Youll notice the file size has bumped up to 10mb. This is because the driver folder is now included with the latest (at the time of writing) ADB drivers from Google. Enjoy! Update: I have... Continue Reading →
Apparently, I lost my source code for the changes I made for SuperOneClick v2.2. It never properly pushed to my SVN properly. I'm rewriting those changes by reverse engineering, so v2.3 will need a bit more time.
With the holiday break I'm going to have some extra time to test and roll out v2.3 with auto driver support. I'm also ordering a Galaxy Nexus. I'm actually $1 short, so when somebody donates, I'll order it. Expect that to get a root working asap Edit: Order made!
Many issues users are having are related to USB Android drivers. In the next version, SuperOneClick will automatically check your Windows system for possible Android devices without any USB debugging drivers. It will then ask you if you want to force install the driver. Hopefully, this will put an end to all that driver hunting!... Continue Reading →