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- No problem! Obviously I am massively biased, but even the pre-release One X I've been using is awesome.Mar 7, 2012
- You might like to know that my HTC Dream, purchased at launch, is still being used as a "daily driver" phone, albeit with rooting and with the Cyanogenmod build of Froyo. I've been an HTC fan since my T-Mobile PocketPC Phone Edition (what a mouthful) in 2002, and I'm looking forward to the One series.
What I'm wondering is, what does this mean for those of us with rooted Dreams? Would it be worthwhile to factory reset everything and unlock the bootloader in this official manner, or is this really for the two or three of us who didn't want to root and have actually waited for an official unlock method?Mar 7, 2012
- That's so cool! Full disclosure: I'm not so great with rooting, so take this with a grain of salt. That being said, if you've already rooted your Dream, I'd suggest keeping it as it is. This is more for people who have a locked device that they'd like to unlock using the official method.Mar 7, 2012
- Thorough. I like it.Mar 8, 2012
- will your devs ever try bringing new Sense to older devices like Legend wildfire or Desire.Mar 8, 2012
- I'm impressed that you've been so thorough and I applaud your commitment to unlocked bootloaders. Hopefully we'll see a new keyboarded successor to the Dream sooner rather than later.
Commenting from my T-Mobile G1, of course.Mar 8, 2012