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First off, let me explain what a Pudding unlock is. In a nutshell, it is using a special sbf file that contains an unlockable bootloader meant for developmental needs. In order for it to be unlocked after the sbf is flashed a fastboot tool for Moto phones is needed, this is as far as I am explaining as it gets complicated after that.

I know I started a thread for the easier Cheesecake method, but that isn't happening at this point in time as there is nothing beneficial on those servers right now.

So, we as the Droid X community need someone with the "connections" required to get us this sbf specific for the X. If anyone even remotely knows somebody with this requirement either reply or PM me.
 

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haxatak said:
the only person that has access to those files is P3droid on twitter and mydroidworld but he isn't inclined to help(i think). He usually gets his stuff from secret ninja(s) and he has sold unlocked dev droid x's with specific SBF's to those who bought them so that they could keep unlock.....to be honest i thought about this before....why didn't they just hack an SBF or build one from the ground up and sbf with that...but alas i understand the use of "keys" anyway i hope someone comes forward
Yes, I know about P3droid but I'm holding off on contacting him for the reason you stated. My goal was to maybe find an alternative source but we may be out of luck.
 

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ryan said:
There was talk of JTAG pinouts that were discovered on older models of the Droid X. It's a possibility, but a very ugly one. I would talk to aliasxerog on twitter.
I've heard of JTAG but I'm unsure on what exactly it is, could someone inform me?
 

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Bad news, really bad news. P3droid told me that retail Xs are permanently locked no matter what, flashing a dev sbf would brick the phone permanently so this project is obviously cancelled.
 
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