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said by tazCO:It depends on weather or not the bootloader comes locked. The U.S. version of the Motorola Droid, the bootloader is not locked so third party ROMs exist, but in the European version of the droid has a locked bootloader and so far no one has been able to crack it.
Can this device just be wiped and reinstalled with a fresh os? I already talked to AT&T about getting out of my contract. It'll be worth the $100!
Given this phone is from Motorola and At&T is distributing it, I would bet that the answer to your question is....no.
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