How to Root Motorola Fire XT Smartphone

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Are you a Motorola Fire XT user? Are you searching for a good tutorial to root your device. Your search is end up here. In this blog post, I have discussed about the rooting procedure for Motorola Fire XT smartphone. Am sure, this tutorial will definitely helps you to do the same.

So, let’s get started. But before that first read the given below instructions thoroughly and ask any doubt if you have before start to implement this in your device. And also aware that rooting your Motorola Fire Xt smartphone will void your device warranty.

Motorola Fire XT

DISCLAIMER : The procedure which we have given below is tested and safe. However, Best android blog would not be held responsible for anything if it goes wrong.

Pre-requisites to root Motorola Fire XT:

  • It is always advisable to be on a safer side before start to try anything new. So, I strongly advise you to take backup of all your datas like SMS, MMS, Contacts, Call register, APN Settings, Photos, Songs, Videos, Files etc. Because rooting may wipe your datas completely. So, if you have backup of all those datas you may recover them easily eventhough, you lost them after you successfully rooted your device.

1. To Backup SMS in your smartphone use Super Backup app or SMS SyncUp app.

2. To Backup Call Logs follow this tutorial : How to backup and Restore Call logs.

3. Images, Songs, Videos and Files : Copy them to internal/External SD card.

4. Contacts : Sync them with the Gmail application.

5. APN and MMS Settings : Note down the path “Applications > Settings > Wireless and Network > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names”

Or else just try this app (Super Backup) – This will backup everything in your android phone.

  • So, once you have backup everything next you are required to check whether your Motorola Fire XT smartphone is fully charged. Or else just check whether, it have maximum of atleast 70%. This is important because, if your device battery is low there is a chance to getting switched off due to low battery.
  • Next again check whether the USB Debugging option in your smartphone is enabled by following the path  “Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging”.
  • Finally, disable or uninstall all the antivirus suites in your Motorola Fire XT so, that it won’t interrupt the rooting process.

Motorola-Fire-XT

Procedure to root Motorola Fire XT:

1. First, download the rooting package from here to your computer. (This package contains a patch for Motorola Fire XT, SuperOneClick v2.3.3 and SUTLR_v1.8.2).

2. So, once you have downloaded this package extract the same in your computer.

3. Once you extract, install the SUTLR (The supplied setup file installs on both x64 and x86 systems.

4. Open SUTLR. Click on ‘Next’. Select the file FXX_PR3_NV.xml image file inside the “Patch Motorola Fire XT” folder.

5. Next take your phone, go to Settings > Applications. Check allow installation of apps from unknown sources. Then go to Settings>Development. Check USB Debugging (If you have not done yet), and stay awake (Optional).

6. After that connect your phone to PC. Don’t choose anything on the phone. Don’t ever select mass-storage.

7. Then flash the image file (.xml) on your phone by clicking ‘next’.

8. Your phone will restart several times and this process won’t take much time.

9. When your phone is back online, you can perform a restart if you wish.

10. Go to Superoneclick folder and open it. Click on ‘Root’ and within a minute, you are done. You will see the ‘Superuser app’ when you press the launcher button.

Congrats! Now, enjoy the benefits of rooted Motorola Fire XT.

About Sarvesh Darak

Sarvesh Darak is a blogger, an online marketer, a social media specialist and an Android Lover. At Best Android Blog, he writes Android news & tutorials for Android Rooting. He is the tech head and ensures that the blog keeps running at good pace. He also looks after all the SEO and promotion work. He’s from Surat, India and keep contributing regularly at the blog.

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