Motorola needs to stop the spread of informal firmware on your phone.

Motorola has had to cease distribution of unofficial firmware Froyo Droid X ROM for phones Droid X, threatening a lawsuit. At the moment the phone Droid X users to use a firmware based on outdated versions of the Android 2.1, so as a way of official update is scheduled only for the autumn. A group of enthusiasts without waiting for official update has prepared his own version of the ROM is transferred to codebase Android 2.2. Company Motorola Such activity appeared to violate its intellectual property, and she sent the owner of a hosting, which was posted project, the requirement to block access to the website of enthusiasts.

The notification enthusiasts charged in the inclusion of an informal firmware package with the implementation of proprietary interface to work with an integrated keyboard phone - Droid X Keyboard Software. Let me remind you that Motorola does not welcome the modification and replacement firmware on their phones and were trying to hinder this process, trying to use for this, even the hardware locking mechanism.

25 August 2010

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