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Default Custom Unlocked on boot?

So I just got my S5 from Verizon, when it boots up is shows a lock unlocked and says "Custom Unlocked". Can anyone tell me what that means?

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Most likely that ART is enabled as the runtime system.

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It would also be best if this were asked in Q&A

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Sorry, but thank you for the info, that probably is it.
 
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Of course! Just a pointer.

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Yup! It's ART. I assume you turned it on yourself, but if you didn't, go to:

"Settings" > "About Phone" > 7x Tap "Build Number". This will enable "Developer Options"
Go back to "Settings" and select "Developer Options"
Go down to where it says "Select runtime system."
Tap and choose "Use Dalvik"

After rebooting, your "Custom" boot icon will go away.

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