Motorola now seems to be more support to Open Source Project, right after the source for the Sprint Photon Q has been released, now they pleased to provide Atrix HD LTE MB886 kernel source. Generally, with the source code of open source software which is used on a device, makes development of custom ROMs and custom kernels more active, but until now this device bootloader continues to be locked.
So in the meantime it’s impossible to flash custom kernels or ROMs, and also devs still can’t obtain root access. We don’t know when Motorola will support this device to be used in Moto unlock tools, but surely we as users expect that to be realized.
AT&T Atrix HD (Qinara) is an affordable cell phone you only need to spend $49.99 on Amazon Wireless to get a 1.5 GHz Dual-core Processor Krait powered smartphone, although low priced but this phone has an awesome performance. At stock firmware, the Quadrant score isn’t much different from the scores of high-end Android phones such as Galaxy S3 and HTC One X. When this device can flash custom kernels, most likely the performance can be boosted or could be overclocked to 1.8 GHz just like another Krait S4 phone.