How To Root Motorola Droid Mini (Easiest Method)

Just as the Motorola DROID Ultra is this year’s replacement for the DROID RAZR HD, the new DROID Mini takes the place of the DROID RAZR M in the line-up. In fact, both the DROID Mini and DROID Ultra share similar features, such as the 1.7GHz Motorola X8 SoC, 10MP Clear Pixel camera, and Kevlar construction. With the Mini, all is coming in a smaller package for those not looking for a massive smartphone.

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How To Root Motorola Droid Mini Easiest Method

Before You Begin:

  1. This method is tested & working on Motorola Droid Mini Only.
  2. Windows Based PC or Laptop
  3. Download & Install Motorola Moto Droid Mini USB Drivers in your PC , then connect you device to PC with USB cable and let him finish the USB drivers installation..
  4. Enable USB Debugging of your device.Click Here if you don’t know how to enable.
  5. Make a backup of your device’s data for safety.
  6. Make sure your device is charged 70% minimum.

Download Required Files:

  1. PwnMyMoto Root

How To Root Motorola Droid Mini:

  1. Download Root App in your PC.
  2. Download ADB/Fastboot Drivers in your PC. Fastboot+ADB(20926)
  3. Extract Adb/Fastboot zip file on your desktop.
  4. Copy the downloaded Pwn Root App in Win32 folder of extracted ADB/Fastboot zip file.
  5. Connect your device to PC with USB Cable.
  6. Open the Win32 folder in PC.
  7. Press & Hold Shift key and press right click of mouse.
  8. A new option will appear in right click menu Open Command Window Here Click on it.
  9. Now a command window will appear on your desktop.
  10. Type adb install -r PwnMyMoto-1.4.3-Droid.apk and press enter.
  11. PwnMyMoto app will automatically installed in your device.
  12. Lauch PwnMyMoto app from App drawer.
  13. Your device will reboot 2-3 times automatically.
  14. At last PwnMyMoto app will uninstall itself.
  15. Now launch playstore and search for SuperSu and install it in your device.
  16. After SuperSu installation launch it and update its binary library.

Congrats!!! your device is rooted now:D

 

 

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  • Mike Jun 18, 2014 at 1:47 PM

    Will this root work if you are already on KitKat 4.4?

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    • Sourya Kharb Jun 19, 2014 at 2:09 AM

      Not tested by us on Android 4.4 kitkat 🙂

      Reply
  • chris corson Mar 5, 2014 at 1:02 AM

    yes i tried this method on my droid mini and it keep giving me message that file is not recognized .then when i tried to install on my phone it will not install. any advice

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    • Sourya Kharb Mar 5, 2014 at 2:28 AM

      I think you are missing something..First install all the drivers properly and Enable USB Debugging. Copy the .apk file where Fastboot & ADB is extracted for Windows OS its in Win32 i think. Then connect your device and run cmd and enter this command adb device to check your device is connected or not. Then run the second command given into to article (Don’t mistake in spelling) and hit enter..

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      • Naseem Denton May 29, 2014 at 4:19 PM

        After I opened the Win32 folder on my computer I pressed and held the shift and opened cmd I typed adb install -r PwnMyMoto-1.4.3-Droid.apk and it said error: device offline -waiting for device- Almost There, appreciate the help bro (:

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        • Sourya Kharb May 31, 2014 at 5:41 AM

          It means that your device is not connected properly. Install all USB Drivers properly in your PC and launch cmd and type adb devices to check that your device is connected or not.

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