May be in due course of time they i.e. MS (and others) will realize that once they sell a device it becomes property of the owner, and as long as the user stay within a reason they should be allowed to do whatever they want to do with it, including unlocking.Its to be expected they're going to proceed at a glacial pace as MS usually does, but still, the tanker is slowly turning in the right direction.
Right, but the whole reason why it was called "homebrew" in the first place was because the manufacturers would not support it, all the way to the SCOTUS in some cases.Guest said:
I don't resent MS for what they're doing at all. It's just that the idea of manufacturer-sponsored homebrew just doesn't sound right to me.