Well, sort of. Other than the Atrix, no Motorola device running Gingerbread has gotten its own permanent root. However, for those of you worried about rooting your Droid X2 after receiving the 2.3.3 update you need not worry.@P3droid over on twitter updated his phone and showed that it was still possible to SBF back to 2.2 and root your device. An unexpected move from Moto, who is often considered evil for their current stance on rooting, but a welcomed one nonetheless. The Droid X2 has been showing a sign of life in the developing world and Motorola should take notice. MyDroidWorld‘s instruction on how to root after the break.
Download: DX2-Patched GB update.zip
1. Download the file from above and drop it on your SD card.
2. Root your DROIDX2 using Gingerbreak. [Instructions]
3. Bootstrap the recovery using the DX2 bootstrap app. [Instructions]
4. Once you have bootstrapped, “reboot into recovery.”
5. Once in recovery, it would be wise to create a new backup.
Backup and Restore>Backup
6. Then choose “install zip from sd card.”
7. Then select the file from your SD card that you downloaded above.
8. Run it and enjoy the update!