No custom ROMs on the Motorola DROID X
It looks like the DROID X and DROID 2 will follow in the Milestone's footsteps with locked bootloaders. The company had said before that leaving the bootloader on the original DROID unlocked was a business decision, and again for business reasons they locked all the rest of its smartphones.
The DROID was a major bet for both Motorola and Verizon, so they wanted it as popular and flexible as possible. Whether installing other ROMs on it was due to exploited omission on Motorola's part or “business reasons”, the practice only contributed to its immense popularity until it became the best selling Android device.
Motorola DROID X Specifications | Review
Motorola DROID 2 Specifications
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