First adopters of the T-Mobile G2 will probably find out after “jailbreaking” their handset that a microchip embedded within will prevent any permanent changes to be made which enables custom modifications to be made to the Android operating system. Basically, each time you install a third party ROM, the handset itself will go ahead to override your software changes while making sure the original firmware is reinstalled. The homebrew community certainly won’t be too amused by the situation, but we’re pretty sure that some smart cookie out there will be able to remedy the situation in due time.RELATED
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