T-Mobile G2 Root Fund pledges cash for the first person who creates a permanent root access hack
That's why the owners of the T-Mobile G2 have set a bounty on that pesky permanent root access hack. Over at XDA-Devs the owners' community has pooled around $700 so far for the first person who allows them to fully enjoy their Android device. With that kind of publicity, we are sure that the issue will be resolved pretty soon, and even if you sniff at the cash prize, you can always do it for the glory.
1. Russki (Posts: 45; Member since: 26 Dec 2009)
Ya its the same root prevention system thats on the Droid2 and the X. Its only a matter of time before someone cracks this thing. Honestly, i dont understand why Carriers spend so much money on implementing these failsafes... i get the logic but if you dont want to have your users making "accidental modifications" then stop offering open source phones.
2. androidEyez (unregistered)
This phone is a great device and I'm coming from my beloved Nexus One that being said the G2 could be 5x's faster,better and I guarantee the sales would be helped allot. The only reason I and allot of others bought this phone was the whole stock android thing which I assumed would have a ton of custom ROM's just like my Nexus but this is like the ultimate cock block here this is only a matter of time all they are doing is delaying and annoying the hell out of me now I here that there is a Nexus S or whatever coming it pisses me off even more because I have to drop another couple of dollar's to get that to have the freedom out the box but no use complaining because nobody want's to listen anyway.