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I agree that's some interesting info, although I don't personally own this device. Can you do a " fastboot getvar all " command and post the output? Jfalls63 likes this. Jfalls63 Android Expert.
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droid x bootloader
I get the option to reset bootloader, should I do that? Motorola has done the work to make sure your device has a fully optimized, certified and tested version of Android.
If you are a developer, unlocking the bootloader will allow you to customize your device, but keep the following in mind: You will lose all media and content on your device and will need to reinstall all applications downloaded from Google Play. Applications may not work anymore. You may lose encryption support.
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You may lose some key functions like telephone, radio, and audio playback. Unlocking your device and installing your own software might cause the device to stop working, disable important features and functionality, and even make the device unsafe to the point of causing you harm. Neither Motorola, nor your wireless carrier or retailer from whom you purchased the device, will be responsible for such damage, so please do not unlock or load any software unless you know what you are doing.
You have only yourself to blame. Unless you have a Developer Edition device, once you get the unlock code, your device is no longer covered by the Motorola warranty; in other words, please don't blame us if things go wrong, even if they appear unrelated to unlocking the bootloader. The law still applies.
You still need to operate your device in compliance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations prescribed by the FCC, and any other governmental agency for that matter.
Motorola locking DROID X and DROID 2 bootloaders
Your wireless carrier may prohibit unlocked devices from operating on their network. And now a word from our lawyers.
Finally, in order to unlock your device, you need to agree to important legal terms , which can be found on the next page. Agreeing creates a binding legal agreement, so be sure to read them carefully.
How to Bootloader Mode on HTC Desire 820 - Boot Mode Instructions
Still undaunted? If you are ready to accept all the implications of unlocking the bootloader, which -except for Developer Edition devices- includes completely voiding your device's warranty, then let's get started.
Rooting a Droid turbo 2?
Who is your carrier? What did fastboot getvar all say?
I have unlocked the bootloader on 3 different Motorola devices and you have to go through Motorola to get the unique unlock code for each device. Unlocking the bootloader will void the warranty.
The only option even related to the bootloader is "restart bootloader" on the boot menu hold vol-down and power and that link does not have my phone on that list here's some info on my device and i cant dissable fastboot.
Pretty much same here.
Big Red has it locked down tight. LOL, yeah, I see I posted in that thread a while back. I think even though it is a Motorola device, it is Verizon branded and they have the final say as to unlocking the bootloader.
How to Access Android Bootloader or System Recovery Mode
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