Verizon dumb your Motorola v710 down? Perhaps this will help

Hacker dakev went ahead and posted some very useful and interesting guides for the Motorola v710. After Verizon went ahead and claimed that any photos that you take with your phone is the property of Verizon until you move them off through their pay-service. Obviously a class-action lawsuit has been filed in their direction. Note that you are on your own if you brick your phone. Insurance is probably a good idea. Unfortunately, no one has figured out the whole Bluetooth hack yet.
Engadget < Hacking Verizon’s v710

  • As an owner of a v710, I have the WSJ article on the class action suit. I’m really irked over this, as you know, Ben. You have to get my card working no matter what Verizon tries. Going to look at the hacks…

  • As an owner of a v710, I have the WSJ article on the class action suit. I’m really irked over this, as you know, Ben. You have to get my card working no matter what Verizon tries. Going to look at the hacks…

  • *laugh* yeah. I’ll take a look at your transflash card when I have some time. The whole thing leaves a sour taste in my mouth. Only in the USA do you get corporations that even want to charge you to download pictures. Next thing you know, computer manufacturers are going to block off USB devices until you pay them a subscription fee.

  • *laugh* yeah. I’ll take a look at your transflash card when I have some time. The whole thing leaves a sour taste in my mouth. Only in the USA do you get corporations that even want to charge you to download pictures. Next thing you know, computer manufacturers are going to block off USB devices until you pay them a subscription fee.