Any Luck Woody?

Discussion in 'Droid 3 Hacks' started by psychotic_penguin, Jul 11, 2011.

  1. woodyman

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    yes indeed, its a lot of luck, skill, and teamwork, me and bird are working on a few things now and trying to figure it out, you guys will know as soon as i do.. :)


     
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    This is why I smile whenever I see the question, "How long do you think it will take?". I think it is a surprise to the devs as much as to the rest of the community as far as which day a device will become unlocked.

    Even more amazing is what these devs do and how far they have come in gaining the knowledge they possess. Their thirst for knowledge is what I think keeps some of them going. Some could say its for fame and recognition, but I think for the most part is the love of tinkering, figuring out the puzzle, and helping others.
     
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    All i have been able to do is view every single system file

    this is fun.
     
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    Security by obscurity is not the best practice. The bad guys don't find out about these exploits because the good guys are trying to fix them. The bad guys will be trying to crack/hack/exploit regardless, having the good guys doing it to is not a bad thing.
     
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    while doing some research, i came across an article on how to root a nexus s on 2.3.4,would that be any help to acheiving root on the Droid 3? i'll admit to not understanding all the processes involved in rooting, just trying to help.
     
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    How about a link?


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    Root Nexus S on Android 2.3.4

    Yeah i guess i should have thought of that. I just googled "root android 2.3.4".
     
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    If the kernel and framework are the same or very similar, possibly, but I'm guessing Verizon/Moto patched up everything that they could see and all vulnerabilties other 2.3.4 phones had.

    Of course if this takes a while, we could just wait for Moto to push out the bootloader unlock update that they had been talking about.

    Good luck Woody, nonetheless! :D
     
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    if that ever happens.
     
  10. sparkyman

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    Does this help
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    What? That RSD recognizes your phone? Do you have an SBF for that?
     
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    No baby steps

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