I think they will allow it on their terms. They have to be sure that at any time you can restore it to stock. See though apple locks down their iPhone they ensure that it can be restored via iTunes. So I may jailbreak and do what I want and to restore it is as simple as plugging it into iTunes. Now people may say "we have that with motorola and HTC" to which I say no we don't. I use rsdlite and I can attest to it can be a doozie making sure you have the right drivers....and that is what snags many users. I think carriers going to want something in place where users can return to stock at any time... basically what apple has with iTunes. Because though they now have handled free tethering they don't want to give a green light to brick city.
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They'll provide the unlockable/lockable bootloaders just in time for tiered data and THIS to become more common - which is fine by me, personally. Also this:
TeamAndIRC ✔ jcase
@P3Droid verizon has a new return notice outlining new guidelines, both minor damage and root can result in a large bill
yes they did lolDidn't Verizon say that devices with unlocked bootloaders could be activated on their network?
this is actual proof that it will happen so if your thinkin its a rumor, its not =)Here we go again...