I was not criticizing anyone, just relaying my experience. besides, I have never before rooted a phone the first day I bought it.
setCPU works for me after rooting, but I cannot exceed 1 GHz or below 300 MHz.
I agree on the need for caution, seeing as I got use to clockwork recovery.
Did not work for me. Going to try the one I used before.....
Ok, not able to get Root back at all!
I tried the link above for the 1-click by P3 and it didn't work.
Also tried the original Droid 3 root program (Droid 3 easy root) and also the Pete's Motorola Root tools.
All of them showed access denied when trying to copy the files.
So I uninstalled SuperUser and used Pete's program to make sure the phone was un-rooted.
Then tried to root again, and still could not by any of these methods.
I guess something must have changed in the OTA to not allow it?
Bionic is set to Charge Only and USB Debugging is checked, but I no longer get the little debug icon in the notification try, just the usb icon.
You can see the errors I get when using the P3Droid 1-click:
Dont use setcpu at all yet. There is no benefit and it may cause issues with governor settings in the kernel.
I will say it again...be very careful with any root apps until we have a way to restore unbootable phones.