Much has been said about Motorola’s insistence on locking down its phones. While it was only recently that Moto began providing an official way to unlock the bootloader on some phone models, one member of XDA-Developers has concocted a special formula that allows Moto owners to gain root access without unlocking the phone’s bootloader.
Yes, folks, we continue to explore Black Friday Android deals for you, and today we’re going to check out Walmart’s full ad that was also leaked and made available to the crowds.
With a population of over 113 million people, but a smartphone adoption rate of just 20%, it was obvious Mexico needed some strong pushes from its wireless carriers, but also from the world’s major device manufacturers to get over its emerging status and start becoming a true force.
Motorola introduced its bootloader unlocking program a few months ago, one that’s designed to let power users tinker with their devices more easily. While the majority of the supported handsets are those that come with the “Developer Edition” label, sold at an unsubsidized price, Moto has added the soon-to-be-released Electrify M to the club.
The Black Friday leaks keep on coming, and we’re now looking at Best Buy’s 2012 Black Friday ad, that has apparently hit the web way ahead than supposed to.
Jelly, is that you? Sorry, the latest update heading to Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE on Sprint isn’t the bump up to Android 4.1 that you may have expected. But let’s not pass up the opportunity to make the slider handset runs better. What’s new then?
The patent-based conflicts related to the mobile world are far from over, with Apple getting ready for a new round of fighting against Google and Samsung.
When the Motorola Atrix HD launched in July, many Android users were disappointed to learn that the device came with a locked bootloader. If you previously considered the Atrix HD but didn’t like that it was locked down, you may be interested in the newly announced Atrix HD Developer Edition.
A couple of days after an unofficial Jelly Bean build for the Droid Razr HD/Maxx HD high-end duo has been leaked, the lower end Motorola Droid Razr M is treated with a mysterious “soak test” that can only be one thing.
Answering to various questions related to Google’s recent new product announcements, John Lagerling, Google’s director of business development for Android, revealed during an interview with The New York Times details about potential Motorola Nexus plans. Just don’t get too excited!