Motorola RAZR D1 is a powerful phone and by rooting it, you can further extend the power of your device since it will give you freedom to customize your device in new ways. Once you have rooted you Motorola RAZR D1, you will be able to install not only certain apps that need root access, but flash various custom ROMs too.
RAZR D1 has a 4-inch display covered in Gorilla Glass, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM. It also has a backside-illuminated, 8-megapixel camera with HDR capability and comes with NFC too. It should provide a healthy standby time thanks to a generous 2000mAh battery, plus there’s 4GB of storage space and a microSD card slot to up this figure if you feel the need.
If you’re the kind of person that likes to fiddle with every little feature—both on the surface and under the hood—rooting is for you. Whether you want to customize your keyboard layout with something like Keyboard Manager or give yourself faster scrolling, improved multitasking, and extra themes with Pimp My ROM, rooting gives you the power to tweak just about any corner you can think of. If you want to do it, chances are someone over on a forum like XDA has created a mini-app or tweak that will help.
Please be informed that rooting your device will void its warranty
How To Root
- Download the framaroot.apk file and install that file in the RAZR D1 device
- Once the Framaroot app is installed, open it
- You need to select “Install SuperSU”
- Tap on “Boromir” and just in a few seconds
- It would show the message that the phone is rooted
- And you will need to Reboot the smartphone.
Your Motorola RAZR D1 will be rooted. To verify if the root was successful, look for the SuperSU app on your device, or download Root Checker Basic app from Google Play Store and run it. If you have any question or problem regarding rooting the Motorola RAZR D1, feel free to ask me.