Originally Posted by MaKTaiL
Hi, I'm new to Motorola devices. Rooting and going back to stock was fairly easy on Samsung phones. I'm coming from a Galaxy S4 (terrible battery life, lag all around) and I'm pretty lost here now, haha hahaha. Why did you need to unlock the bootloader to flash the AT&T version? Isn't it the same model as ours? XT1058
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The point is that Samsung devices already have bootloader unlocked or you will do it easily some time in the process to root, change kernel or things like that.
The Moto X comes with the bootloader locked for non developer devices, causing you to release these locks in order to flash some other carrier firmware.
Its simple as hell, but will cause you to loose the warranty.
Until now I'm patient about the Moto BR release time. But, if I see no efforts to release it until the end of this year, I will unlock and flash the at&t one... even tough the carrier name at top left notification sucks.
My guess is that camera had improve some how and I'm anxious to test it.
Phone: Motorola Moto X
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