I have a Droid X on Verizon coming in today for business purposes and I was looking up the rooting process for the Droid X. Gave me a flashback to the good old days of jailbreaking the first iPhone. Can't wait for the iPhone 4 jailbreak! Anyway, Check out this procedure: 1. Extract the DroidXRoot_v2.zip to drive "c:" and just name it "DroidXRoot" so it will look like "c:/DroidXRoot" 2. Extract the SDK folder into your "DroidXRoot" it doesn't matter what the name of this folder is I used the preset name. This should not look like "c:/DroidXRoot/android-sdk-windows" 3. Open the "android-sdk-windows" folder and then open the "Tools" folder. From here copy ALL of the files from this folder. 4. Back out of the "Tools" folder and then out of the "android-sdk-windows" folder. You should now be in "c:/DroidXRoot" Paste those files in here. Right now Bookmark this page, doing the ADB driver install requires a reboot. This way you can find this post instantly. Time to install the ADB drivers. For these instructions go to http://alldroid.org/Defa...40&g=posts&t=495 and follow the instructions. Assuming that the installation went through with no problems, its time to move on. (Where you see the "Run" at type the command in the quotes ("") but with out the quotes. You should also be able to just copy and past whats inside the quotes if your lazy) 1. Go to the phone it should still be plugged in from doing the ADB driver install if not plug it in now. 2. Go to your phone: Home, Menu Button, Settings, Applications, Development: Make sure the "USB debugging" option is enabled/checked. 3. Hit your Home Button and pull down the Status Bar and click on USB connection: Make sure its set to PC MODE. 4. Open a command prompt (On Windows 7 and Vista: Start, then type cmd, Right click the cmd and make sure you run as admin. Linix just open the terminal and make sure your running Root through it. If you don't know how to get that good terminal root.) 5. Ok now that you have your command prompt open Run "cd c:\DroidXRoot" 6. Run "adb devices" you should see your device listed with a whole bunch of numbers. If you get the message "No devices found" you didn't copy and past the files correct from the tools folder to the "DroidXRoot" folder or you didn't install the driver right from the previous post. If you get the message "adb is not recognized as an internal or external command" you may still have a server file running, make sure there all exited since you rebooted while installing the "adb" drivers. Well if you see your device your doing great keep moving. 7. Run "adb push Superuser.apk /sdcard/Superuser.apk" 8. Run "adb push su /sdcard/su" 9. Run "adb push busybox /sdcard/busybox" 10. Run "adb push exploid /sqlite_stmt_journals/exploid" If you have any problems with the pushing as in getting the "access denied" response then you did not start in an admin or root and need to restart... 11. Run "adb shell" 12. Run "cd sqlite_stmt_journals" 13. Run "chmod 755 exploid" 14. Where doing great if you didn't have any problems. From here pick up your phone, and navigate to a screen where you can turn on/off your WiFi with a widget, turn your WiFi on. You will need to turn it off then back on instantly after the following command. 15. Run "./exploid" turn your Wifi off then turn it back on. Now follow the directions on your command prompt. When that completes you will be back at a shell prompt. 16. Run "rootshell" You will be prompted for a password enter "secretlol" and press Enter. You are now root but you still have more to do. (You will know that you are in root because your prompt will be a "#" instead of "$") 17. Run "cp /sdcard/Superuser.apk /system/app/Superuser.apk" 18. Run "cp /sdcard/su /system/bin/su" 19. Run "cp /sdcard/busybox /system/bin/busybox" 20. Run "chmod 4755 /system/bin/su" 21. Run "chmod 4755 /system/bin/busybox" 22. Run "rm /system/bin/rootshell" 23. Run "exit" to drop from root to a non-root user, you will still be logged into the phone. 24. Run "exit" again to drop back from your phone to your computer command prompt, you should be at "c:\DroidXRoot" Now you need to confirm that you have established Root: 1. Run "adb shell" 2. Run "su" you should now see the "#" sign which indicates you are root) 3. WATCH YOUR DROID X SCREEN SO YOU CAN ALLOW SUPERUSER ROOT ACCESS!!!