This is still pretty freakin huge. With root already conquered for the Razr that leaves the door open for devs to start building custom ROMS for the rest of us! :-)
Then what was the point of the source code? Did they release source code for other devices? If they unlock bootloader I will definitely get this over gnex
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Even with a locked boot loader custom rims can do a great deal to improve performance over stock.
Back in the day the cool kids bashed moto for locking the boot loader. New evidence suggests that the boot loader status is in fact determined by the carrier.
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As for scurb571's comment...i'm not going to get in an Internet argument about locked bootloaders/encrypted bootloaders etc (there's been enough finger pointing among telcos AND phone manufacturers to make it impossible to know who is lying) BUT regardless of who is locking these bootloaders SOME are locked and some are locked AND encrypted. Which is why i specifically used the words "lock/encrypt" in my previous post. The locked ones can and have been unlocked (HTC, for example) while the locked AND encrypted ones are the ones you need to worry about (Motorola, for example), as there has yet to be ONE motorola phone with a locked AND encrypted bootloader that has been successfully cracked.
Last edited by jerkwad; 11-23-2011 at 07:31 PM.