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Being released in Russia: http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/2200513/russias-megafon-launches-usd550-intel-atom-smartphone?WT.rss_f=News&WT.rss_a=Russia%27s+Megafon+launches+%24550+Intel+Atom+smartphone

If this has similar architecture (or indeed is the same phone?), this could hold the key to routing it I guess?!

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Being released in Russia: http://www.theinquir...Atom smartphone

If this has similar architecture (or indeed is the same phone?), this could hold the key to routing it I guess?!

It is the same exact phone, although the price is a bit of a shocker :- $550, about £350 sterling.

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At least we will have another company to bombard with emails about root :)

One of them may eventually crack.

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or if your russian it's "Мегафон SP-A20i Mint"

so if your like me and will be searching google for somebody to root it then i guess we would type this in google: "Мегафон SP-A20i Mint корень"

(Megafon SP-A20i Mint root)

but do they even call it root in russia ?? lol

Edited by shootomanUK

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so if your like me and will be searching google for somebody to root it then i guess we would type this in google: "Мегафон SP-A20i Mint корень"

(Megafon SP-A20i Mint root)

but do they even call it root in russia ?? lol

yes, you are right :) we call it 'root' or as it heard in russian 'рут'

so you could google 'Мегафон SP-A20i Mint root' or 'Мегафон SP-A20i Mint рут'

can anyone read russian to see if that have a rom to flash it

there are no information about flash, but Russian San Diego goes unlocked.

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Hi demoded, thanks for the info

Do you mean that the phone is network/sim unlocked (which I'm guessing you mean) or bootloader unlocked?

If bootloader unlocked then I'm expecting the forum to collectively wet itself

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yes, you are right :) we call it 'root' or as it heard in russian 'рут'

so you could google 'Мегафон SP-A20i Mint root' or 'Мегафон SP-A20i Mint рут'

there are no information about flash, but Russian San Diego goes unlocked.

Thank's demoded, its good to have you here to help.

Please keep us informed if you find any hacks or updates for the device, you could play a big part in us getting the device exploited ! :)

Thanks

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Hi demoded, thanks for the info

Do you mean that the phone is network/sim unlocked (which I'm guessing you mean) or bootloader unlocked?

If bootloader unlocked then I'm expecting the forum to collectively wet itself

i meant sim-unlocked.

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Zte are usually easy to root....if the Grand X IN can be rooted it may shed some light with regards to the OSD/X900. But that all depends on if Intel have their hands on the bootloader for Grand X IN.

Also, it is likely that all these Intel based devices coming out now will be running the same hardware as us. And the more Intel devices, the more chance someone will crack one.

Edited by jikobutsu

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Zte are usually easy to root....if the Grand X IN can be rooted it may shed some light with regards to the OSD/X900. But that all depends on if Intel have their hands on the bootloader for Grand X IN.

Also, it is likely that all these Intel based devices coming out now will be running the same hardware as us. And the more Intel devices, the more chance someone will crack one.

That's what I am hoping for! :)

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