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Question [Q] Verizon Moto X

I currently just got a Verizon version moto x and using it on my at&t network.I'm new to the Verizon moto x and just want to know if 4.4.2 is rootable and unlock boot loader on the Verizon version? If so will it cause me not to be able to get connection using at&t or does it not matter?
 
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Short answer. No. Sorry.

If it was on a version lower than 4.4.2 you could root it. But its on 4.4.2, so no can do.

However, go to general thread and see the China unlock thread. For $45 you can unlock the bootloader..IF your phone is on his list. Then you are golden!

That's the only hope you have. 👍

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Wait, dev edition? Or regular?
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Short answer. No. Sorry.

If it was on a version lower than 4.4.2 you could root it. But its on 4.4.2, so no can do.

However, go to general thread and see the China unlock thread. For $45 you can unlock the bootloader..IF your phone is on his list. Then you are golden!

That's the only hope you have. 👍

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Wait, dev edition? Or regular?

Thank you for the info
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