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By hashnoz, Senior Member on 17th April 2012, 04:43 PM
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hi i have motorola photon but the model is electrify
can i unlock bootloader? and how
 
 
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its electrify 2.3.5
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Currently 2.3.5 is not unlockable.

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How can i install custom rom

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You can only install joker skinny using bootstrap, otherwise your just SOL unless someone figures it out.

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How can i install it
Can i root it?

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I have unlocked my 2.3.5 bootloader. It only works from a specific situation so far though.

-I have NEVER done an sbf
-My Electrify was shipped with 2.3.5, not updated from 2.3.4 via OTA

If you fit both of these qualifications go to teamuscellular .com, electrify development forum and the thread titled 2.3.5 locked bootloader work around/fastboot and follow the guide in post #72. (sorry, can't post links yet)

I would encourage reading the entire thread, its a bit confusing but worth it.
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