Verizon Motorola Droid X hiding NYC gets exact coordinates revealed, found already

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The Motorola Droid X scavenger hunt just got a lot more interesting. The @DroidLanding Twitter account just released the exact coordinates to where you can find the hidden Droid X for New York City!

Now, before you jump out of your seat, don’t expect to actually find one of the hidden Verizon Motorola Droid X units lying around, instead you’ll find a certificate that will allow you to redeem one. While it’s not as exciting as being able to find it, go to Verizon and activate it that day, a voucher for a free Motorola Droid X is good enough in our books. The Twitter account tweeted the coordinates, which leads you to Pier 66. Francis Choung was the one to find the first hidden Droid X certificate, and more will follow.

It seems that Verizon has hidden a total of 21 hidden certificates through out the country, and the rest of the coordinates should be dropped sometime soon. According to AndroidAndMe, the X certificates can be found in the following cities:

  1. Nevada
  2. Unknown
  3. San Francisco, California
  4. New York, New York
  5. Dallas, Texas
  6. Florida
  7. Unknown
  8. Alabama
  9. Tennessee
  10. Houston, Texas
  11. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  12. Ohio
  13. New York
  14. Chicago, Illinois
  15. Unknown
  16. St. Louis, Missouri
  17. Ste. Genevieve County, Missouri
  18. Bloomington, Minnesota
  19. Unknown
  20. Unknown
  21. Unknown

Now that one has been found, the next coordinates should be released sometime soon.  Is there a Motorola Droid X hiding in your city? If yes, check out the Twitter account for more clues as to where it may be hiding. Even if you have a good hunch as to where the certificate may be hiding, I wouldn’t go search right now. According to the official rules, “the final clue of each GPS location for each Certificate will be tweeted at the time it is hidden.” So you may have to wait until the certificate is actually dropped into place before you can find one. If you do have a hunch, it probably wouldn’t hurt to be in that place when Droid Landing tweets the coordinates.

Just leave the one in San Francisco to me, please?

Oh, and don’t forget to check out our Verizon Motorola Droid X review here.
Verizon Motorola Droid X review

[Via:DroidLanding, AndroidAndMe]

  • Garrett

    The #20 clue says it's in Plymouth, MA or in the surrounding areas. Do you think they mean Boston since it's right near Plymouth?

  • Alica Pomerance

    I have been a long time owner of a samsung omnia, and am planning on getting the Droid X in 2 months when I have an upgrade available. I would like to compile as much info on this device as possible in advance. More than just the usual apps and ringtones. I wanna know how to jailbreak this smart phone and edit the registry if needed. Also I'd like to add HTC Sense UI if possible.
    i found a fans site http://www.droidxforum.com hope it helps.

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