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We’ve featured one way to overclock your Android phone, but if you’re the lucky owner of a newer Motorola device, you can take all the effort out of overclocking with DX/D2 Overclocker.
Seriously, that’s got to hurt. Two forum-posters calling themselves Team DeFuse are claiming they successfully managed to overclock both the Droid 2 and Droid X, taking them from a decent 1GHz to spectacular 2GHz. We’d be concerned for their safety if we hadn’t seen they survived the task at least long enough to upload video proof of it. [Droid-Life via BGR]
Joining the proud lineage of rooted phones, Droid 2 has officially been compromised. What took you so long, guys? As always, please proceed with extreme caution. It’s not the most complicated hack in the world, but a wrong move could do some serious damage to your phone. [XDA Developers Forum via Engadget]
Not that it’s been a very well-kept secret, but Motorola and Verizon have officially announced the Droid 2, the Froyo-outfitted, Flash 10.1-equipped successor to the original Droid. It goes on sale August 11 for $US199, after a $US100 rebate.
This must be one of the most leaked phones in the history of tech blogs. Found in a newspaper yesterday, this Verizon advert shows the Droid 2, keyboard splayed and all, with the words “coming soon”. Yes, but when?
An employee at Best Buy Mobile spotted these suspicious cases in a new delivery and whaddya know – they’re emblazoned with the product name of Motorola’s much-hyped Droid 2.