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God I am so redstoned right now. (<3 minecraft)
goddanged sarcasms! #notokayguys :3
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Why would they put 2048 bit encryption on a smartphone, when banks and corporations use 1024? (or am i wrong about the majority of banks and corporations using 1024 bit?) Sounds kind of retarded and overkill of motorola
Its been along time since ive posted but ive been thinking lately about a way to get around this locked bootloader and i believe i have an idea that might (extremely doubtful but hey i wanted to share) work. Im already expect this not to work so please shoot it down.
The bootloader is locked and its very doubtful we will ever get the keys or crack the code to unlock it. The next best solution, bypass it, weve already stated this but yeah. The way i have been thinking about doing this is sounds a little weird and i have been trying to do my research but from my understanding nothing like this has been done before.
My plan involves removing the current bootloader (by means yet to be determined with more research/experiments.) and loading a new one that a person will create.
From what i understand deleting a bootloader is not very hard. However those that have been deleted are on a computer AND of an **unlocked bootloader**. And creating a bootloader might be a challenge only because it will be for a cell phone.
I do not believe this will work for these reasons.
1. The possiblity of deleting a locked bootloader.
2. creating a successfull bootloader that will work 100% of the time without a single flaw.
and 3. The fact that this has never been done before therefore we will have to go off of what has worked with a computer and what SHOULD work on the phone.
like i said very doubtful it will work but i thought i would throw the idea out there for someone else to shoot down and to spark thoughts inside of other peoples mides.
F*** this locked bootloader... the DX could have been the most dominant android device of the single-core era..
Koush.. Birdman.. BlackDroid.. Cvpcs.. and all the extremely talented devs that have managed to do as much as they have.
I was wondering what was happening.
I installed new Cyan 7 and was dissapointed that I could not install a .wave file during start up.
On my stock Dinc and astro file I could see the boot not couldn't change it
Now with cyanide. 7 its not accessible.
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