How to root Motorola Moto X on Android 5.0 Lollipop
New rooting method for the Motorola Moto X on Android 5.0 Lollipop, the new Android phone developed by the American company Motorola, the company that specializes in electronics and telecommunications, established in Schaumburg, Illinois, outside Chicago. Motorola in 2011 was divided in two independent signatures from one another. Motorola Mobility that was born with the arm on Motorola phones, while Motorola Solutions remained with the team as part of servers and telecommunication networks. In August 2011, Motorola Mobility was acquired by Google for 12,500 million dollars and in 29 January 2014 was sold to the Chinese company Lenovo, after having purchased it for 2.910 million dollars.
1. Boot your phone into bootloader mode.
2. Connect Moto X device to the computer with an USB cable.
3. Unzip the CF-Auto-Root-xxx-xxx-xxx.zip file on the computer (available from “Download Sources”, at the end of this article).
4. Run the root-windows.bat file to complete rooting process.
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Download Android USB Drivers app
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How to root Motorola Moto X