If you have a Motorola Atrix and listen to music odds are you have come across an issue with songs just stopping before your done listening to them. This is generally caused by people adding the Gallery to either an autokiller or task manager.
Check your Task Manager and be sure the music player and gallery aren’t on the auto-end list
Check any AutoKiller you have and be sure music player and gallery are on the ignore list.
That’s it! … Your music will now play more than 1 song at a time
Root your Atrix with GladRoot v4.2 on AT&T 1.83
Before you begin your phone must be rooted previously using GladRoot and phone must be running 4.1.57.
If you aren’t rooted and already updated to 4.1.57 or 4.1.83
1. If you have already updated your phone to 4.1.83 and its not previously rooted using GladRoot please follow these instructions to get your phone back to stock so that you can flash your firmware back to 4.1.26.
If you are Running firmware 4.1.26
2. After you have flashed back please follow these instructions to root your phone using GladRoot and then update to 4.1.57.
If you are running firmware 4.1.57 and currently rooted using GladRoot
3. All you have to do once your Atrix has firmware version 4.1.57 and rooted is update your phone to 4.1.83 and run the afterupdate.bat in your Gladroot folder again.
Your all done (yes its that easy)
As always this article is here for informational purposes and Android Advice cannot be held responsible for any damage to your phone. Rooting your phone is against your TOS and while we do not condone this we want you to be informed.
Root your Atrix with GladRoot v4.2 on AT&T 1.57
This will root your phone. There is no need to run aRoot before this, and you should NOT be running SuperOneClick anymore Gladroot will root the same way aroot does and cleanup the SuperOneClick.
This has options to enable sideloading and the tethering APN. Enabling sideloading will not add an Unknown Sources checkbox.
If you are already on 1.57 and do not have root, you MUST flash back to 1.26 for this to work. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Enable USB debugging (Settings -> Applications -> Development).
Connect your phone via USB
Run gladroot.bat and follow the on-screen directions (If you’re using Windows 7, run as admin by holding down control and double-clicking).
Verify that there are no errors before updating.
Go to Settings -> About phone -> System updates
Follow the on-screen instructions. First download the update (you will need a Wi-Fi connection for this), then it will prompt you to install.
The update will reboot the device and install itself. If this part fails it’s because you are not on stock 1.2.6 firmware. Start over and read the directions.
When it boots back up, verify USB debugging is still on. Some users report that disabling and re-enabling USB debugging solves a few issues with the script detecting your device (Settings -> Applications -> Development).
Run afterupdate.bat (If you’re using Windows 7, run as admin by holding down control and double-clicking).
Make sure you allow the superuser request on your phone or it WILL fail.
All done! Enjoy your rooted Atrix on 4.1.57!
As always Android Advice is in no way responsible for any damage to your phone. This is for informational purposes only.
Original post can be found at: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1016060