Motorola Milestone X

Despite the fact that it's not the latest and greatest device to hit the market the original Motorola Droid X rather, the Milestone X in this case -- still has plenty of selling potential and is a great device. Knowing this, Cellular South has launched the Milestone X on their network and is now offering it up to customers for $199 with a $50 reward card bringing it to a total $149 with a new two-year contract with a data plan. You can head on over to the Cellular South website for the full run down.

Source: Cellular South; Thanks, Kidd!

 
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they still probably have to wait for a GB update. They should have just went with the x2 instead

radgatt says:

I agree...

gmonkey88 says:

Is the bootloader locked on this, like the Droid X. If so, can you use custom ROMs that were originally made for the Droid X?
My milestone X has Version.3.2.6.MB809.ACG.en.US

El Jefe says:

I would assume that the bootloader is locked on this also because that is still Motorola's policy & they made the decision to lock it...not the carriers.

As far as your question on ROMs, I have no clue. Can you use Droid X ROMs on YOUR Milestone X?

gmonkey88 says:

I've rooted my milestone X using superoneclick. But I haven't tried flashing a different rom yet, I was scared I would brick it. Waiting for someone else to do it so I know that it works.

staticmaal says:

Seems nice will it be able to use it with att or t-mobile?

gmonkey88 says:

Cellular south is a CDMA carrier. So no, it won't work on AT&t or T-Mobile.

mhmmdy123 says:

From the screen shot showing it`s using the GB 2.3.3.

OmarF82 says:

No its no GB I own this phone and is Froyo 2.2.1 my carrier is Openmobile P.R. CDMA

@ el jefe
The bootloader on my phone came unlocked and the only way I found to root it was with gingerbreak. Also I havent try any rom yet cause I fear to brick it and there is no sbf file compatible for my carrier.

SkinsFan1987 says:

I got this phone about a week ago, and I love it! I haven't bothered to root it yet, because I'm a little leery after my experience with rooting the Desire, but I may do it eventually - so long as I can easily unroot it later on if I so desire. Right now, I'm just enjoying what I have.