Droid X Bootloader Encrypted, Custom ROMs Probably Not Happening
One of of the best Droid developers in the game, Stephen Bird, recently had a chance to dig into the Droid X system dump and confirmed what many of us had feared. Yes, that’s right, the Droid X is locked down Motorola Milestone style, locked bootloader and all. In fact, it is the same encryption that is locking the Droid X bootloader that is locking the Motorola Milestone bootloader.
So, what exactly does this mean? Well, basically there is a good chance that developers will get root access, but custom ROMs will be damn near impossible. Milestone developers have been hacking the encryption for over 6 months now and have come up with very little. Custom ROMs probably will not happen I am sorry to say.
As depressing news as this is, are you still going to buy the Droid X? Would you buy a phone you couldn’t root?
Source: Android Police
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