Jun 10 AT 8:24 AM Nick Gray 8 Comments

HTC’s DROID Incredible finally grows some roots

HTC’s DROID Incredible has just gained a new feature, root access.  For some odd reason, the Incredible has been one of the toughest HTC handsets to crack.  Six weeks may not seem like a long time, but it is an eternity compared to the 3-4 days it took to get root access on the Sprint HTC EVO.

At this point, the hack is considered to be extremely difficult and “not very repeatable.”  Within the next few days or weeks we should see a much more simple process emerge and them we should start to see a plethora of experimental ROM builds show up all over the net.  Root access isn’t for everyone, but if you want to push your DROID Incredible for all its worth, feel free to check out the source link below.

So what’s next on the list? The LG Ally and myTouch 3G Slide look like prime candidates for a little hacking.

Source: Unrevoked

Nick is a tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC and its devices. Nick joined the Android and Me family in the summer of 2010.

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  • http://Website zene

    Oh finally. just hope people dont turn there cell phones into a papper weights.

  • http://www.myspace.com/hermyhalloween hermyhalloween

    looks to me like it grew some pubic hair.

    • http://Website mike

      lolololol…. but seriously…. it’s about effin’ time. I miss my doid so much because i was able to get my ROM fix on it. Now I will finally be able to see what my Incredible is capable of doing! 2.2 here I come :)

  • Drew

    It’s only been out for 6 weeks? Wow, I thought it had been out longer than that

  • http://www.ScorchGaming.com Zack

    Someone hook up the Backflip dang it….

    Please :D

    • http://Website Canterrain

      Sadly, it’ll take a lot more than root to make the backflip an awesome phone… or even a decent phone…

  • http://www.ScorchGaming.com Zack

    While mostly true (it’s not a terrible phone), it’s the only choice we have on AT&T.
    I find it so absurd there are so many people complaining their carrier doesn’t have this or that, or a “Android Super Phone.” Or what not. Every other carrier has something, and yes TMO has the Nexus subsidized. But AT&T has one phone (subsidized), period, end of story.

    One phone that needs some love to actually make it worth it….

  • kazahani

    Any reason why this got tweeted as a new post? LOL.