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[Q] The warning won't go even after relocking bootloader.

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Default [Q] The warning won't go even after relocking bootloader.

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I have a Moto G, Dual Sim variant.
I decided to lock my bootloader, but even after i locked the bootloader back, the warning on the boot screen won't go
Can anyone help?
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Im assuming you're talking about the screen saying "Warning Bootloader Unlocked"??

If so, unlock your bootloader, get a custom recovery like CWM or TWRP.

Follow the instructions over here:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2548530

Download the second zip in the OP, "logo.zip"

Go to your recovery and flash it.

Your Warning Screen should be gone (:
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Im assuming you're talking about the screen saying "Warning Bootloader Unlocked"??

If so, unlock your bootloader, get a custom recovery like CWM or TWRP.

Follow the instructions over here:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2548530

Download the second zip in the OP, "logo.zip"

Go to your recovery and flash it.

Your Warning Screen should be gone (:
This will remove the unlock message but if you check on the fastboot screen your phone will still say locked. code 2 Once unlocked you can relock the bootloader but you can never get back to a locked code 0
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Forgot to mention that. What he said. Once you unlock your bootloader, it will never be 0. If you try to go for warranty or something like that, I'm assuming that's how Motorola or whatever will know you unlocked your bootloader and hence, voided your warranty.
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Thank you everyone, I just wanted to unlock the bootloader because i am giving my Moto to my brother
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