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Better days ahead for FXP? :D

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Gratz @jerpelea

http://developer.sonymobile.com/2014...loper-program/
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Gratz @jerpelea

http://developer.sonymobile.com/2014...loper-program/

I just hope Sony won't use him to locate and patch all root exploits.
We need guys like him to be on "the other side"

But OK, it's great to see Sony appreciate AOSP devs...

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They should add doomlord to their team, that'd bring some neat firmwares!
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They should add doomlord to their team, that'd bring some neat firmwares!

Maybe...but that's not good for our community...
Don't forget - thet need guys not only to polish firmware and to add new and fresh ideas but to patch security flaws...

That's not good if you want to have rootable firmware...

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Maybe...but that's not good for our community...
Don't forget - thet need guys not only to polish firmware and to add new and fresh ideas but to patch security flaws...

That's not good if you want to have rootable firmware...

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You're right about that. I guess it's impossible to work on both sides at once.
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You're right about that. I guess it's impossible to work on both sides at once.

Many guys here, on xda, are cooperating with big firms and manufacturers...
But as long as they are "allowed" to work here to and they aren't their employees - that's fine by me.

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