12-26-2012 09:32 PM
Purpose of root :
1) To uninstall unwanted system apps (Arcsoft media server, quick office lite etc).
2) To stop unwanted system apps from being executed in background and blocking their restart requests.
3) There by increasing the battery performance and the overall responsiveness of the Smartphone.
We know what we are doing :
1) We know that this could cause several malfuncitions in the smartphone and might render it unusefull,
2) Anyhow we want to gain root access to enjoy a full Android Experience and to put an end to several frustrations of the end user of this smartphone,
3) We have several support forums to bring it back alive if we render it unusefull or completely dead, so there is no FREAKING worry about it...
Our request :
1) No forum or community is able to root this smartphone, so we kindly request Motorola to help us with thier profound expertise and root this smartphone (DEFY MINI),
2) Satisfying the customers must be the top priority for any organisation, So Motorola must first listen to its customers, fans and well wishers for their price less opinion and suggestions,
3) The phone created a pretty high hype earlier and is now falling back in the global arena, and its not impressing its own users. Clearly the arch rivals are glad about this sorry state of the organisation, but this simple root will eminently gain recognition and will widely establish the customer satisfaction criteria for the organisation. It will also infusue a Enthusiasm into the Millions of DEFY MINI users.
ROOT THIS SMARTPHONE ( We know what we are doing)
11-01-2013 05:35 AM
Rooted the smartphone, thanks to xda developers...
Horray! me too. you do need to be a bit of a geek though and once rooted, you need to be even more of a geek to successfully remove system apps.
11-04-2013 04:01 AM
Correct - the danger to brick your device is very real when you don't know exactly what you are doing.
You can almost compare it with driving a car - if you know how to it is easy but crashes can happen even if you followed the rules to the dot. Motorola charges a fee for restoring it to the original version.