DROIDX2 ROM Available For Download With Performance Based Enhancements

Droid X2 users, your day has come.  The first ROM is now available and the developer touts that it offers several performance based enhancements for Motorola’s giant work horse.  Developer and XDA member c21johnson has created what appears to be a very sharp looking black theme to enhance the device’s UI and states that it’s good enough to be your daily driver despite being in beta.  The bug list is short and doesn’t appear to include anything significant which would effect the operation of the handset.  Ready to rock your DX2 with this ROM?  Check out the XDA thread here and definitely head back over to TA and let us know what you think of it.  In addition, make sure you provide the developer with as much feedback as possible, so as to improve the ROM and make the most out of your expensive investment.  Hit the break for the source link and to check out another screen shot of the ROM.  And remember, Talk Android is not responsible for any damages you cause to your device, do this solely at your own risk. 

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