By Anton D. Nagy | January 31, 2012 4:04 AM
OPMOSH stands for “Operation Make Ourselves Heard” and, if recent actions tried to remind Motorola about the promises it made regarding bootloader unlocks, the second iteration (#OPMOSH2) is not happy at all with the Motorola RAZR Developer Edition.
People want “to let Moto know that this “Developer Edition” had better be available either as a trade for our devices, paying the difference, or not at all, since we all bought our devices in hopes for them to keep their word in the first place”.
The company recently announced the RAZR Developer Edition, your European Motorola RAZR but with an unlockable bootloader — soon to come to the U.S. too. While there is still hope that the RAZR DE and the RAZR (as well as the upcoming Droid RAZR DE and the Droid RAZR) will run the same software (a la Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR Maxx) and an unlock will eventually be available, it is nothing like Motorola officially releasing bootloader unlocks, as promised.
Source: XDA Developers