I did a quick search, and came up with nothing.
DROID X, DROID 2 Won't Allow Custom ROMs
Makes me sad. i didnt believe it when my friend told me but... =(
That being said I'm sure many will try and root the phone. When the moto-droid was released it wasn't rootable for about a month. The droid-x appears to be pretty well locked down but I'd take "unrootable" to mean forever. As of the time of this post it can't be rooted, but maybe next week it will be. Given the track record of the moto-milestone I wouldn't bet on next week though.
If you apply a rom or theme - backup first!
If you don't know how to backup...Stop until you do.
hint: I name my backups like this: sg6.0_20100428 or ss4.2_20100626 to easily find them later. rom and date.
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motorola realize they stumped the community with the locked bootloader. I expect to see HTC follow that next.
Motorola used the hacking community to help hype and bring more exposure. They have it so now they really don't need you.
Hackers need to think out side the box and figure another way...and they need to keep the tricks secret. They should only pass the method to certain people who will use it to build a program.
With all the methods all over the place, moto is not stupid, and the fact that during the 2.1 craze, people were all on their fb page talking bout how they are rooted and got all the goodies. Moto looked bad and it put unwanted pressure on them. I am not surprised they threw the "android experince" idea out the window and just meet the "minimum standard".
I expect the droid to be the last motto phone to have an unlocked bootloader.
Imo. I think they're getting abit greedy. Hackers make up so little of the android system users it sad that they're lockin down phones...I paid good money for my phone let me do what I want with it apple....I mean htc...shoot I mean motorola
we will drive after a couple beers an NOT make a federal case out of it
Current Phone: Galaxy Nexus (Rooted and Rommed running JBSorcery 4.3 with Trinity Kernel)
Retired Phone: Original Droid (Rooted and RunningCyanogenmod 7)