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r all the lines in continuous manner including symbols like '#'? if yes,have u tried to change browser?[emoji1]

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Done it by changing Browser. I may be messing up the unlocking data.
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Done it by changing Browser. I may be messing up the unlocking data.
Unlcocked it
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can anyone give me the stock recovery.img please?
 
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can anyone give me the stock recovery.img please?
Here it is: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...71&postcount=8
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Video Tutorial

FAQ


Q1:How to remove the unlocked bootloader message?

  • Download the logo.zip.
  • Extract all the files
  • Reboot to fastboot mode (power + vol down)
  • Now open cmd and use cd command to go to the directory where you placed the file.
  • Now Type the command: fastboot flash logo logo.bin
  • Reboot from the recovery (use vol up to select and vol down to navigate)
  • Now your bootlogo should be restored back to the normal version

does this method/file work for other moto phones like moto g , moto x?
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someone pls help me...
i requested for the unlok key but i havent recieved it yet on my email
it has been more than 20 min.
 
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someone pls help me...
i requested for the unlok key but i havent recieved it yet on my email
it has been more than 20 min.
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Thanx. I contacted motorola care and they gave me manually
 
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Want to Get OTA updates even after Rooting your Device? Here's how.
  • Use the full unroot option from the Super Su
  • Flash the stock recovery Use Code : mfastboot flash recovery recovery.img
  • Now you'll be able to get OTA updates as before
Hey, thanks for the tutorial.
I just had one question.
Say, I have unlocked my bootloader, and then rooted and installed apps and have a lot of data on my device.
Now, an update comes up. So, I use the quoted procedure. That is, I flash the stock recovery and do a full unroot by super su.
Then, would I be losing all my data, messages and applications through this as well? Or, I'll just be unrooting to get the update and then I can root back, and in no way is any of my applications or data lost?

Which way is it?
 
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Hey, thanks for the tutorial.
I just had one question.
Say, I have unlocked my bootloader, and then rooted and installed apps and have a lot of data on my device.
Now, an update comes up. So, I use the quoted procedure. That is, I flash the stock recovery and do a full unroot by super su.
Then, would I be losing all my data, messages and applications through this as well? Or, I'll just be unrooting to get the update and then I can root back, and in no way is any of my applications or data lost?

Which way is it?
No you won't be losing any data. Yes you'll have to root again after OTA

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