Accessing Droid X Bootloader


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    Gamble Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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  2. Shamrock13

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    Good news everyone!
     
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    I wouldn't celebrate yet. I'm looking for custom ROMs flashed onto the thing before I start jumping for joy. For comparison, the Milestone can be rooted and overclocked, but it can't take custom ROMs.
     
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    Gamble Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    And that's why I said Step 1, now comes the hard part :)
     
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    Even if its just root and overclock, I'll take that.
     
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    Why does everyone want to change the ROM's on these things other than because we can? I mean is the one that comes with it that bad?
     
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    It's nice to use an optimized (and probably faster) ROM without any bloatware on a phone. Besides, it'll mean that we can put updates on it through custom ROMs before Motorola pushes out updates over the air.
     

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