Droid X With Full Root

Discussion in 'Droid X Hacks' started by Shadez, Aug 9, 2010.

  1. Shadez

    Shadez Super Mod/News Team
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    Just got this tweet:

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    We have a Droid X with Froyo running on it and FULL ROOT (including working su). More to come as it's available. (please RT)
     
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    Now that there's a possibility to have froyo on the X soon, I'm ready to upgrade from my Droid 1. I sure hope this turns out to be legit.
     
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    It is....AD has the Developer X Device.....
     
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    They also think it's got an open bootloader....
     
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    That's too much to hope for!:icon_ banana:
     
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    I think it is possible for open bootloader because it is a dev phone. If not it has the key to unlock the droid x to its full potential?
     
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    Open Developer Bootloader....Not a production bootloader.
     
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    :icon_ cry:
     
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    I assume this means that it doesn't provide much help for unlocking the production bootloader
     
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    what do you think the potential that they could reverse engineer a hack to the bootloader.. you would assume the bootloader would function the same on a dev phone but just be unlocked.. right?...

    I'm sort of getting above my pay grade here so correct me if I'm wrong..
     
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    I am sure the developer device will help alot... I have no idea on the actual process to unlock any kind of software....
     
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    Remember.....anything designed by a person (the bootloader) can be hacked by a person. It's just a matter of time.........that is the key. Devs will not put months and months into this. Easier for them to get a HTC device hacked and running. Moto did a bad thing in my opinion locking the bootloader on the X

    GO BIG RED!!!