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|Technology - Gadgets|
|Saturday, 18 August 2012 19:54|
There are too many devices supported so far, really, but a good start in terms of intentions on the part of Motorola. Personally I hope they do not delay in adding many more, but for now use fastboot tool, which not all have Motorola terminals. Supported devices are:
Only four different devices so far, but in reality is one, since the last three and could be unlocked with Motodev, or directly went to the bootloader unlocked.
What does it mean to unlock the bootloader? Well in short, to boot the system you want in the terminal. Devices that have it locked, can run system kernels that are signed by the company, ie official. For most users, this is a good security measure, since it can not run malicious code that can actually damage the terminal, but for advanced users and avid tests, this was an impediment rather annoying. Whoever wants to do it, I guess you know that it voids the warranty of the terminal.
On the other hand we must also take into account the fact that most terminals have not slowed the locked bootloader too long to Android has huge community behind. In fact as tools in the 2nd Init Defy allowed to load custom ROMs cheat the system and load another different Android image from the internal memory of the terminal, just after the stock recovery was implemented.
Other companies, such as Sony-Ericsson already have similar initiatives, and I think all should join this group.