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Why one should never unlock the Motorola Razr HD bootloader (xt925) !

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17th February 2013, 02:04 PM   |  #21  
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It's your decision whether to unlock the bootloader or not. I'm just saying (for other users) that many of the cons you wrote were absolutely incorrect.

Every Every line in my OP is a fact ! (you don't like what it imply)
What is debatable: The suggestion whether to unlock BL, YES or NO !
17th February 2013, 03:10 PM   |  #22  
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Re: Why one should never unlock the Motorola Razr HD bootloader (xt925) !
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Every Every line in my OP is a fact ! (you don't like what it imply)
What is debatable: The suggestion whether to unlock BL, YES or NO !

Facts can be wrong. You can get OTA after a BL unlock. Heck you can even get it after root.
Everything else Skrilax_CZ said were also facts but were actually correct. You're not enjoying being wrong stop trying to bash his corrections.
Unless you can back up your facts with actual sources, they're not valid facts.

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17th February 2013, 07:52 PM   |  #23  
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If your phone accidentally falls into the microwave at a ratio of 1 second for every 5 it will retain no visable electrical damage and since it won't turn on factor warranty will still cover it.
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17th February 2013, 08:20 PM   |  #24  
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Re: Why one should never unlock the Motorola Razr HD bootloader (xt925) !
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Have you tried out lte tethering? It doesn't work on Rogers.

Yes, everything worked fine after OTA update. The only thing the didn't is it would take a couple of tries to turn on the WiFi but that happened before root/OTA.

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17th February 2013, 10:04 PM   |  #25  
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Facts can be wrong. You can get OTA after a BL unlock. Heck you can even get it after root.
Everything else Skrilax_CZ said were also facts but were actually correct. You're not enjoying being wrong stop trying to bash his corrections.
Unless you can back up your facts with actual sources, they're not valid facts.

I have decided many time to give up on answering users on this topic, but really nonsense that borderline with verbal deficiency drove me to respond:
Do you have a job as a side line lawyer ? Skiliax_CZ is capable effectively to defend himself !
- Facts can not be wrong, they are just facts (from Motorola & Rogers) !
- Have you seen a xt925 that was upgraded to JB after bootloader unlocked..?
- Have I mentioned that a phone can not be upgrade after root..?
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Re: Why one should never unlock the Motorola Razr HD bootloader (xt925) !
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I have decided many time to give up on answering users on this topic, but really nonsense that borderline with verbal deficiency drove me to respond:
Do you have a job as a side line lawyer ? Skiliax_CZ is capable effectively to defend himself !
- Facts can not be wrong, they are just facts (from Motorola & Rogers) !
- Have you seen a xt925 that was upgraded to JB after bootloader unlocked..?
- Have I mentioned that a phone can not be upgrade after root..?

I upgraded my own phone after BL unlock. Moto & Rogers are obviously going to tell you it won't work since they don't want you unlocking the BL

What will prevent you from upgrading when your BL is unlocked is if you have a custom recovery installed

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17th February 2013, 11:20 PM   |  #27  
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I upgraded my own phone after BL unlock

Last question on this topic and then I will let is to rest indefinitely (promise).
Have you upgraded OTA your JB..? (all I said; OTA wont work anymore on your phone)
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Re: Why one should never unlock the Motorola Razr HD bootloader (xt925) !
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Last question on this topic and then I will let is to rest indefinitely (promise).
Have you upgraded OTA your JB..? (all I said; OTA wont work anymore on your phone)

OTA will work regardless of bootloader unlock or not, as long as you are on stock firmware. Your problem was that the Rogers stock 49003 was not the officially released ROM, it was like flashing a leaked version.

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danifunker - Now that I am back on official stock Rogers 122002 JB (using the 6 files and fastboot.bat method), it means on next OTA update I should get update automatically..?
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Ppl, you can flash ICS Retail again after and OTA upgrade to Jelly Bean, and you DON´T NEED TO UNLOCK your booloader to downgrade. I have done that 5 times yet (using RSD) with no problems. My phone is a xt925.

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