Are you searching for a multi-boot application to install on your Motorola Droid 4 device? If so, you can head to the Google Play Store after rooting the Motorola Droid 4 device and install the Boot Manager Pro application.
The Boot Manager Pro application can do some amazing things on your Android, including syncing your SMS text messages and phone logs across ROMs.
Once you root the Motorola Droid 4 device, you might want to install a custom recovery so you can install a custom ROM.
Files You Need
- Download the universal ADB Drivers by Koush on your computer and install the same.
- Download the rooting exploit.
- You should be running Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich to complete this guide. You can upgrade by checking for software updates on your device or downgrade by flashing the Android 4.0.4 update on your device.
- You are voiding the warranty on your Droid 4 device by following these steps. You should unroot the device and get the warranty working again.
Rooting the Motorola Droid 4
- Download the rooting package on your Windows computer. It will end up in the Downloads folder.
- Open your Downloads folder and find the package. Now click and drag that rooting exploit over to the desktop.
- Right-click over the rooting file and choose the ‘extract here’ option.
- Make sure the USB Debugging Mode is enabled on the Motorola Droid 4 by heading to the Settings > Developer Options > USB Debugging Mode.
- Those of who cannot see the Developer Options must go to Settings > About Device > tap the build number until the Developer Options is unlocked.
- Connect the Droid 4 to the computer with the USB cable you use for charging the device.
- Double-click the rootscript.bat file found in the extracted folder.
- Follow the on-screen guidelines to complete the job.
Reboot your Droid device when the script is finished and head to the Google Play Store and download the root checker app.