UPDATE: This is fake and is proven to be fake, on that note… We have pitchforks and torches ready for anyone who wants to start mobbing – we meet at midnight behind the local Walmart – ok see you there!
That’s right you Incredible fans, soon you will be using custom roms, pluggin in kernals and getting rid of City ID woohoo! You knew when the Evo was rooted it wasnnt going to be long until its little brother the HTC Droid Incredible gets that love. Users Jake Day (ninebysix.com) and BoostdScoob (alldroid.com) cracked the code safe and made some good news real quick. Proof is shown above in pic and soon we will have this in our Incredibles eating away at our stock hearts. Before today they did make superboot so it won’t be long for them to implement a user friendly way since super boot allows more of a “user friendly” way of achieving root on a users device and as they state from the original XDA thread “Instructions Coming Soon”. This is definitely a good way to start the week, cheers!
(PS. Good Job Jake/Scoob – This means I can get in the kitchen and help cook up some romz nom nom)
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