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The Droid X comes with a specifically signed bootloader so that you can't root/hack/modify your phone. Motorola did this for 'saftey purposes.'

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Mike, assuming that you haven't gotten one, will this prevent you from getting the Droid X?

 

Geri O

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The device is a nice device without doing anything to it, but keep in mind anything created by man can be beaten by man..... I didnt plan on rooting my device anyway but my thought is that there are to many skilled programmers that exist in the Android world and I am sure if they want it unlocked bad enough I am sure they can accomplish it..  Dont write them of so soon, the device just came out...

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gerio wrote:

Mike, assuming that you haven't gotten one, will this prevent you from getting the Droid X?

 

Geri O


have you watched mike's  youtube videos Gerio?  He now has an iphone and not the droid any more.

 

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Hey Mike:  Just so you know, the Iphone 4 signal issue is an intended feature of the phone.  It's designed to help keep you from going over you minutes.......

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crb79 wrote:

Hey Mike:  Just so you know, the Iphone 4 signal issue is an intended feature of the phone.  It's designed to help keep you from going over you minutes.......


Hey jokes on you, I don't have an iPhone 4 nor intend on purchasing one.

 

If you must know, I had to switch to the iPhone 3GS because AT&T's network had more coverage than Verizon's. I needed it for work, and I got a discount.

 

Thankfully enough I'll be getting a Droid as my friend will be getting the Droid X.

 

@GeriO I wouldn't buy any type of Android phone unless it had Stock UI on it.

 

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supitsmike wrote:

crb79 wrote:

Hey Mike:  Just so you know, the Iphone 4 signal issue is an intended feature of the phone.  It's designed to help keep you from going over you minutes.......


Hey jokes on you, I don't have an iPhone 4 nor intend on purchasing one.

 

If you must know, I had to switch to the iPhone 3GS because AT&T's network had more coverage than Verizon's. I needed it for work, and I got a discount.

 

Thankfully enough I'll be getting a Droid as my friend will be getting the Droid X.

 

@GeriO I wouldn't buy any type of Android phone unless it had Stock UI on it.

 


To be quite honest I don't really care if you have a couple cans and string.  It affects my Droid X experience none at all.  Edit:  Maybe a touch to harsh.

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crb79 wrote:

To be quite honest I don't really care if you have a couple cans and string.  It affects my Droid X experience none at all.  Edit:  Maybe a touch to harsh.


Then your initial post was really for no reason.

 

Aside from the obligatory "wut did u post 4 then," I'll have to say that I got an overall value of 0 reading your post(s).

 

 

Edit: VERY harsh, thanks.

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actually you can still root just wont be able to load custom roms onto it. Do a little research before u start spreading rumors

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shipwrestler125 wrote:

actually you can still root just wont be able to load custom roms onto it. Do a little research before u start spreading rumors


Normally I would agree with you. Research is an excellent thing. However, I cannot finish reading your post. Every time I see "u" instead of "you" my brain drops the previous line(s) and I have to start over again...

 

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