How do you root the Motorola DROID Bionic? Oh, wait. It hasn’t even arrived on Verizon yet–but it soon will, within just a few more hours, in fact. There’s no stopping the Motorola DROID Bionic from coming out on Verizon this coming September 8 anymore. But, how do you root the Motorola DROID Bionic whenever, if ever, you get yourself one? The quick answer: exactly just like how you would root the Motorola DROID 3.

BBCrackman, founder and owner of My Droid World has put together instructions for an exploit uncovered by Dan Rosenberg that can be used to root the Motorola DROID 3. The rooting guide also incorporates several methods published by user woodymans for permanently rooting the DROID 3.

BBCrackman claims that the combination of methods works not just on the Motorola DROID 3 but also on the upcoming Motorola DROID Bionic. He even has a screenshot to prove it:

The steps basically require you to setup the Android Debug Bridge (ADB) shell on your Linux computer. The instructions are for Linux machines and may or may not work with other platforms.

If ADB is already on the Linux computer, the next steps are quite easy to follow. Type a few commands at the ADB shell prompt, reboot the Motorola DROID Bionic, type a few more commands on the ADB prompt, reboot the device again, download and unzip a compressed file into the “platform-tools” folder, type a few more commands on the ADB prompt, reboot the device one last time, go to Android Market, install the SuperUser and BusyBox apps–and there, permanent root for the Motorola DROID 3 and the Motorola DROID Bionic.

As usual, the rooting guide and its associated files are provided without guarantees. So, use them at your own risk.

When you finally receive your Motorola DROID Bionic, are you going to root it right away? Or are you going to play around with the stock preloaded features first?

Image credit: My Droid World