Motorola DROID Bionic Receives Its First Fully Deodexed ROM


The chains have been loosed! Ladies and gentleman, I now present to you — the world’s first Droid Bionic Deodexed ROM. It’s only been a few weeks since the release of the Bionic and development seems to be moving along nicely. Thanks to Kejar31 and “Team Liberty,” rooted Bionic users will finally be able to enojy a stock Motoblur ROM without all that bloat that Verizon added. Feel free to check it out by visiting the source link.

Thanks, tehsusenoh!

[Via RootzWiki]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. Bionic has a rom already? Where’s my photon Tom?

      1. Tom from MySpace? He hasn’t changed his picture. :?

        1. He’s on Facebook now!

          1. IKR!? I saw him too like 2 days ago.

  2. Team Liberty made my X a beast, I wish I had a Bionic to take advantage of their new roms that’ll show up soon

  3. Pretty sweet! Just need the price of the phone to drop. So now, we play the waiting game.

  4. Is “loosed” even a word? Does he mean loosened?

    1. Yeah, it’s Chavez – he’s not especially known for his strong writing skills. Still, though, he’s better than Quentin.

      In his defense, it is actually the past tense form of the verb “loose”, but it’s also the archaic form and it’s really only used for dramatic effect.

  5. I bought a Bionic last night. $199.00 at Radio Shack. Got a 30 dollar bluetooth headset with it for free.

  6. I will bring back the headset and get 30 dollars credit and use it for something else.

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