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Motorola Milestone reaches milestone, gets rooted

Chris Ziegler
January 19, 2010
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Following its American cousin by just a few short weeks, the Motorola Milestone has now been rooted by a handful of enterprising hackers, opening the door to the usual array of forbidden fruits that Moto never intended you to have: WiFi tethering, wacky Sense ports, fully customized ROMs, and the list goes on. Proceed at your own risk, but seriously -- you don't want to be the one uncool kid on your block with a stock software stack, do you?

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