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cool, thanks for sharing it :)
TI OMAP 3640 @ 1GHz (ARM Cortex A8 w/ 45nm architecture)
in other words, same specs as the DROID X... except the DROID 2 doesn't have...
Rule Your Empire, eh? Another Star Wars reference, anyone? I'm sure many of you have had enough with the DROID 2 leaks. This time, we have...
first impression... i like how you can actually reach a double word in the first round :) the gameplay is just as good as wordwise pro. and the...
going to give it a try, thanks for the tip OP
This is a win for us rooters. Since there's no official mobile hotspot for the DROID, we will less likely be harassed by VZ for using WiFi tether.
2010, the year of the Android? You can certainly say so, after reviewing Canalys' latest smartphone market analysis. Compared to Q2 2009,...
Another day, another leak. And although the Droid 2 has yet to be made official by Big Red, it is quite obvious that its launch is right...
data + calls not working... sounds like the same RIL issue that the ZeusDroid team ran into... either way, excited to see where this project goes!
same as the DROID X..
TI OMAP 3640 (ARM Cortex A8) clocked at 1GHz
512 MB RAM
When the leaks rain, they pour, so to speak. Earlier today we got news that Best Buy is starting to stock DROID 2 accessories. We also saw...
Full screenshot gallery of Droid X running 2.2... (super-slow benchmarks?)
over at Droid Life
Apparently there is a 2.2 build of FroYo floating around for the Droid X, and p3Droid over at MyDroidWorld has it! More news as it comes....
Please move the discussion to this thread, thanks:...
thanks for the update!dancedroid
that would likely take a Supreme Court interpretation, because the way the DMCA is written now, there is no legal obligation for a smartphone...
nope. the DMCA change gives users "copyright infringement" exemption if they root. nothing more.
better make sure the X is available. you don't want to be stuck with an Eris, trust me :icon_eek:
my interpretation: these changes give the consumer the right to root/jailbreak, nothing more. i.e. Motorola can't take you to court for rooting.
good points. i do believe VZ can still claim rooting as a warranty violation. i guess we'll have to wait and see.