Droid X Froyo Source Code, Courtesy of Motorola

| October 20, 2010 | 2 Replies

If you were looking for the Droid X Froyo source code to quench your need for hacking, then the wait is over.  Motorola has actually just released the source code to the public.  You can bet we will start to see some more interesting developments into the cracking and hacking of this device in the days and weeks to come.  Hit up the link below courtesy of DroidLife if you’re looking to mess around with the code and drop us a comment with your thoughts and findings.

Anyone feel like tinkering around with the Droid X Android 2.2 source code?  You can grab it right now since Motorola just released it to the public. Who knows exactly what this means for our rooting/hacking crowd, but maybe it’ll help in the efforts to permanently unlock this device.  OK, that’s probably unlikely, but feel free to poke around in the code anyway.

Source:  DroidLife

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  • Aaron636r says:

    Will this be discussed tonight on the podcast?