The Verizon Wireless Moto X model has been rooted only a few days after Motorola added the US Cellular and Sprints versions to its Bootloader Unlock Program. Developer jcase (@TeamAndIRC) tweeted on Tuesday that he successfully achieved root on a Verizon Moto X belonging to @davekover.
Dave Kover told RootxWiki "that the root was disabled while the phone was still on, so there is still work to be done before permanent root can be achieved."
Case sent a second tweet warning Moto X owners not to accept any OTA updates if they want to root their devices in the future. It was also discovered that the root method will work on Verizon’s 2013 Droid lineup.