Get ROM on Droid RAZR HD with Hashcode’s Safestrap
If you ask a Motorola user that what exactly is importance of bootstrap applications, immediately they he/she will tell you that such applications are of immense help for the devices having locked bootloaders. Only with such applications users can make the desired changes and tweaks on their phones. In fact, there are many other things too that one can do and it includes installation of recoveries, some fun things and bringing in tweaks on Motorola Androids. Without bootstrap applications Motorola Android phones can not be customized to a desired extent.
The good news is, even though Motorola Droid RAZR HD has locked bootloader, with Hashcode’s Safestrap you can take up running custom ROMs on Droid RAZR HD. Of course, this will be your biggest achievement.
What is Hashcode Safestrap for Droid RAZR HD
In order to know what Safestrap is, you should know what bootstrap is. If you have detailed idea about this, you can easily understand Hashcode’s Safestrap for Motorola Droid RAZR HD. This is actually an application which is loaded on Droid RAZR HD. Thus, you can say that a bootstrap is created on the phone. Developer Hashcode calls it as Safestrap. According to developer Hashcode with this 4 system slots can be created and thus booting of custom ROMs becomes very simple. These are different from the stock systems and thus you can move back to your stock system whenever you feel like. There won’t be any issue with that.
If you feel that there will be some issue with this, you can read the information thoroughly on Hashcode’s own blog. We have mentioned the link at the end of this post. But before you move there and download something we would like to make it clear that you should do so at your risk. Kindly read the disclaimer:
Disclaimer: Take action at your risk.
So far the devices that has Safestrap include
Kindle Fire HD7
Xoom 2/XY Board
RAZR M/HD/Atrix HD
We hope that you like learning new concepts and new things. That’s why we discussed and shared this with you. However, we expect you to have enough technical knowledge before you get into it. So that there is no other risk that will be posed to your dear Android phone.
Hashcode’s Official blog: http://blog.hash-of-codes.com/