18 July 2010

Motorola rejects DroidX destroyed by eFuse

With the launch of X- Droid mobile phone, Motorola has just released the sequel to the highly popular Droid mobile phone , but in the wake followed criticism over a feature that is supposed to destroy the phone if you picked it.

Motorola has used IBM's eFuse technology that reportedly will make the phone unusable if a user pills at either Android kernel, bootloader or the phone's ROM.

Motorola rejects being made to the phone being destroyed , but recognize that the phone can no longer be used, but it is just to come original software in it again.

In reference specifically two eFuse , the technology is not loaded with the purpose of Preventing a consumer device from functioning , but rather Ensuring for the user that the device only runs on updated and tested versions of software. If a device attempts two boot with unapproved software, it will go into recovery mode , and can re -boot once approved software is re - installed.Motorola

Phone manufacturer suggests further that it is very normal to try to prevent third party to tamper with the software in its product.


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