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Old January 28th, 2012, 09:39 AM   #2 (permalink)
scrannel
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In particular the entitled Euro crowd goes into high orbit over this. Motorola probably signed an agreement (as they have in the past) with carriers selling the phone, not to crack the bootloader. I agree, the phone is very serviceable with the root and mods available and even in its stock form. It goes back to the original theory that Android is supposed to be an "open" system. Then, when the forces of repression clamped down, there was rioting on the keyboards.
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