If you’re feeling adventurous and want to root your Droid, then you are able to run the multi-touch browser from the Milestone. The steps are pretty simple – all you need to do is delete the old browser, copy a few new modified files over via USB and proceed with the installation procedures. Once completed, you are then able to take advantage of multi-touch capability on your browser without missing a beat. Anyone tried it out yet, and what do you think of it?
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