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Motorola Fire XT311 is one among Motorola’s latest smartphones. It weighs about 110 grams. It has got a capacitive multi-touch screen and QWERTY keypad which makes typing easier. XT311 offers good sound quality and the 3.5 mm audio jack enables you to connect to big speakers. It has an internal memory of 150 MB. The memory is extensible upto 32 GB. The 480 Mb USB interface and v2.1 enhanced Bluetooth make sharing of data faster. It has got a 3.2 megapixel camera with a maximum resolution of 1536 pixels, which offers features like digital zoom and has a video player which supports 3 GP and Mp4 formats and 640 x 480 pixels video recording. The Motorola Fire XT311 possesses an accelerometer and E-Compass on the top.

Motorola Fire XT311

How To Root Motorola Fire XT311

You will need the following tools to root Motorola Fire XT311

SUT1.75
SuperOneClick (learn to use SuperOneClick2.1 by clicking  here)
RootD3

To download all the requirements other than SuperOneClick tool, go to this page. Also before you proceed, we advise you to take a look at that page.

NOTE: We are not responsible for any type of damage done to your device. Do this at your own risk.

  • The first step involves downloading and UN-compressing all files on your phone then connect the phone with your pc with USB cable
  • Then install SUT1.75.
  • After that run SUT1.75, choose the corresponding file(FXX_PR3_NV .xml) from the folder (ROOT), click Finish when “Task 2 of 2 Finished”, then the phone reboots
  • After reboot, on pc then run cmd ->

type: cd (folder of ROOTD3)->

type : adb shell.

You’ll have to wait till “#” appear, then you can close the cmd window.

  • After that open RootD3 folder and run RootD3_zhCN.cmd, then your phone will reboot for 3 times. Check whether the second reboot starts automatically after the first reboot, if not, unplug the USB cable and plug it again.
  • At last go into SuperOneClick folder, run SuperOneClick.exe and press Root. When it says completed, if the menu shows Skull Android icon you can proudly say that your phone has been rooted.

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