One-click rooting is no longer available from the App Market. Despite their more liberal stance towards such things, it appears that Google's tolerance for phone hackers has a limit. Androinica reports that the EasyRoot app has been removed from the Market. We first reported on this .99 cent one-click root app last week.
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The app had around a thousand downloads when it was killed. The developer does not know why his app was removed. It could be that Google considered it to violate their terms of service, or it may be that it went against the ToS of one of the carriers. If you'd like to try one-click rooting, you can visit the UnstableApps website for more details.