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Default Fastboot Unlocked?

So I decided just to see what my fastboot looked like - attached.

Is that normal for it to be unlocked? Everything I've heard says this is supposed to be super locked down.
 
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So I decided just to see what my fastboot looked like - attached.

Is that normal for it to be unlocked? Everything I've heard says this is supposed to be super locked down.
I think it says "bootloader LOCKED" in the fastboot screen. That means, you can ONLY flash motorola compiled operating systems (specifically kernels).;

If you want to try, run a fastboot unlock-bootloader command when running in fastboot. A locked bootloader will tell you something along the lines of "command not valid"
 
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Do not flash anything on your phone. That looks to be a unlocked bootloader!

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Do not flash anything on your phone. That looks to be a unlocked bootloader!
Wait, wouldn't that be a positive that would make flashing them easier?
 
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I emailed someone who knows these things. He says its an engineering model. So it doesn't help the rest of us.

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Wait, wouldn't that be a positive that would make flashing them easier?
I think he meant "don't flash anything that might overwrite your unlocked bootloader"

Anyway we could pull it or something? Probably not eh? OP, where did you get?!
 
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I think he meant "don't flash anything that might overwrite your unlocked bootloader"

Anyway we could pull it or something? Probably not eh? OP, where did you get?!
Makes more sense.

That's my little secret.

I could probably pull whatever from it, but I'd need some help for what you'd like pulled. Haven't rooted it or anything yet.
 
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didnt this happen with a GSM RAZR before? dont get me wrong, i'd love to unlock my bootloader! someone bring this to their attention
"Hello, IT, have you tried turning it off and on again?" <- apply this to a buggy ROM

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FYI, on Milestone XT720, Motorola left a partially working fastboot--we can "fastboot boot boot.img" to boot self-built kernels and this bypasses the signature checks. But you have to boot via USB each time, if you use "fastboot flash boot.img" fastboot will write the kernel and reboot, but the signature check will fail after reboot.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=821210

Here's one way to muck with a kernel to change uname strings:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...0#post11975260
Milestone XT720 -- CM6.3.6.2/github -- OpenRecoveryXT720 -- fastboot kernels -- SBF master thread/mirrors -- reverendkjr's video tutorials
SD card/app2ext/Link2SD problems: ORXT720 > "SD Card Utilities" > "Save diagnostics" and post /sdcard/sdcard-info.txt
 
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I emailed someone who knows these things. He says its an engineering model. So it doesn't help the rest of us.
FWIW, the "SE" is the giveaway. If it said "S", you would be in business.

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