so I came from the Droid2, where I could SBF back to stock, no matter what happened to my phone. It was impossible for me to brick my D2 because no matter what happened, I could just SBF back to stock and start over.
There were also mods for the boot animation and boot logo, it was fully supported by ROM Toolbox Pro by Jrummy, we had overclock, and a few different ROMs to install, most of which were stable enough for everyday use with all the features working plus a few extras.... all this, and the droid 2 still had a locked bootloader.
so regarding SBF.... from what I understand, the Droid 4 uses fastboot files which is not the same thing. can someone explain to me what the limitations of the fastboot files are? for example, I read somewhere that if you install ICS, you can no longer go back to stock, or if you brick your phone the fastboot files wont work. Can someone explain exactly what the differences are, or maybe point me in the right direction?
Regarding ROMs, am I missing something or is CM9 the only one available right now? will there be more ROMs in the future, or is the Droid4 going to be one of those phones that doesnt have extensive development available to us?
I know i sound like I am complaining, but am not trying to sound like a punk... I'm honestly just trying to figure out what exactly I can do with this phone, and what to expect (or hope for?) in the future