DROID X video reveals secret code, can you solve it?

DROID X video reveals secret code, can you solve it?
A new promotional clip has been released to mark yesterday's launch of the Motorola DROID X by Verizon. Keeping with the Sci-Fi background of previous DROID videos, this film shows an astronaut (?) whose right arm turns into a metallic material with a DROID X that slides right in his palm (now how can we figure out how to do THAT?) and gives out the familiar "DROID" call. A sharp-eyed  viewer noticed that just before the Verizon/Google logo comes on the screen at the end, there is a code that stays on the screen for a small, small, small, small fraction of a second. The code reads "JXYDA QWQYD". Not that anyone is offering a prize for cracking the code, but it would be interesting to know the what and why behind it. Any ideas?

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source: AndroidCentral


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