Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 15th May 2007 21:08 UTC, submitted by anonymous
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Linux/Java has topped CEO Ed Zander's list things to look for from Motorola as it attempts a financial turnaround. At a New York press conference this morning, Zander introduced Linux-based 'Rokr' and 'Razr2' [photos|video] models, along with new top-level executives. Native SDKs won't be available.
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Old RAZR's
by brewmastre on Wed 16th May 2007 13:40 UTC
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What I want is the ability to flash my old RAZR with the new Linux-based system. Anyone have any idea if this might be possible, kinda like a firmware upgrade? I figure my old phone still has a lot of life in it and deserves the ability to upgraded.

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RE: Old RAZR's
by rockmen1 on Wed 16th May 2007 14:20 in reply to "Old RAZR's"
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I think this new phone may use motorola's new Linux kernel, that is single processor for baseband and application, so most likely it will ship with an arm11 based processor other than arm9, which is seen on previous products.
In other words, the binary may not be compatible.

Edited 2007-05-16 14:23

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