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Verizon Galaxy S III stock firmware image released

Verizon's version of the new flagship Galaxy S III smartphone is starting to slowly reach the hands of consumers this past week, with pre-order shipments finally arriving for a lucky few. Today we have some good news in the form of a stock firmware image of Verizon's model. This means all you hackers can go to town and feel safe knowing you can easily get back to stock.

Samsung Galaxy S III rooted already

The brand new Samsung Galaxy S III hasn't even hit the shelves yet and it's already been rooted. Thanks to the awesome and well known XDA Developer Chainfire we now have full access before the phone is even commercially available. The only issue with achieving root is the fact he doesn't have the device in-hand for testing, but the process should remain the same come release day.

CyanogenMod decides root access should be optional

Devices running custom ROM's have always been rooted. This is just how things are in the world of Android. Root gives you full control and access to well, root of your device. The power is yours after rooting. Yes you read our title right, moving forward the extremely popular CyanogenMod 9 will no longer be rooted. It will instead be a simple option to enable, but for security sake it will be optional.

Motorola DROID 4 rooted already, get it now

The Motorola DROID 4 QWERTY keyboard slider has only been available for a few days and was just released late last week. Thanks to those awesome developers it appears that we already have a full root method for the device, as well as a script to make the entire process simple for those looking for a little root access.

ASUS Transformer Prime rooted — again

For those with the awesome ASUS Transformer Prime quad-core tablet that need root access we have some good news for you. The latest over the air update for the Prime that broke root -- has finally been rooted and now everyone that wants to take that route can dive in. More details after the break.

ASUS Transformer Prime 1-click root and unroot tool released [Update]

Yesterday brought all kinds of exciting news for ASUS Transformer Prime owners and now we have even more. We learned the bootloader will be unlock-able, and that it will be getting the much anticipated Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update starting January 12th. Now today the root method we mentioned earlier this week has officially been released, and is as simple as a click.
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