Droid X Bootloader Confirmed to be Encrypted

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  1. anuraj1

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    So to an ignorant person like myself, does that mean no root, for all intents and purposes?

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    Yeah. :icon_eek:
     
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    It might still get superuser permissions, but loading custom ROMs is gonna be tough.

    I really hope someone breaks the encryption.
     
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    Hrm. Motorola...stop bowing down to Verizon and trying hard to prevent root & custom ROMs :(
     
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    Hmm, if true, Droid X will officially fall out of my radar until bootloader is cracked.
     
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    i agree 100%
     
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    Ugh, contemplating canceling my Droid X pre-order @ Best Buy...I wonder if the Samsung phone will be easily rootable? (I'm tempted to think so because they didn't bow down to any one cell provider, but we'll see)
     
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    i'd say get the X and hang on to it for the 30 days. There will be a lot of devs scrambling to decrypt it.
     
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    [​IMG]

    MOTOOORRROOLLLA!!!!!!
     
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    The Droid X was to be my first Android phone, I'm using a 2-year-old HTC Touch Pro. The last thing I want to do at this point is start falling in love with Android, then have to go back to my Touch Pro. Hrmph. Is there a release date for Verizon's Samsung phone?
     
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