Apr 08 AT 11:35 PM Taylor Wimberly 7 Comments

Droid does dogs, tasers, and underwear

We always enjoy a good advertisement about Android, even when they are silly and limited to YouTube. Some of these are three months old, but Motorola attempted to launch a viral video campaign in a series of YouTube clips that offer “SECRET MOTOROLA DROID UNLOCK CODES”.

Each video in the series show a secret code that can unlock hidden powers on your Motorola Droid. It looks like some of the early videos bombed, but the newer ones are picking up in views.

Hit or miss? Do you think Motorola got their money’s worth on this promotion?

To see the remaining videos, visit DROIDshortcuts on YouTube.

Via: AndroidGuys

Source: YouTube

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