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Probably a dumb question......

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by kunzy, Jan 24, 2012.

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    I've rooted a1st gen ipod touch and liked it for about a year, than I wanted to restore it to factory. I'm getting to the end of wanting my DX so I wanted to root it to give me something else to do until my upgrade...my question can I restore to factory so I can give phone to my son to use?

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    Just as the link above points out, you absolutely can go back to factory stock. However, since you mention giving it to your son, keeping it rooted is not a bad thing. I don't know how old your son is but when I gave my droid x to my daughter, I left it rooted and running a custom Rom because of the extra things that come with it.

    For example, the Rom I installed had built in security and data monitoring. So I could lock her out of anything that I didn't think she needed, out even just remove it. And the data monitor kept track of how much data she used and if she went over a specific amount, the phone would turn off data so she could not go over the monthly limit and it is all password protected.

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    Kewl...that sounds like something I might try than...thank you

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