No carriers' locked systems are safe when Android hackers set their sights on them. Some are easy, some are tough, but eventually they all fall. This time in the spotlight is the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10. With the unknowns surrounding the fate of Froyo on the X10, and the less than speedy track record of SE, this one is extra special for everyone who loves the feel and looks of the X10's hardware but isn't quite satisfied with the software. The other three people don't have to root :)
No method or files yet, just the news that it happened along with the obligatory photo proof. We'll keep an eye out, and you guys do the same. When details surface you'll be able to read it here. [xda-developers via Twitter]
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