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XT1028 Future bootloader unlock?

OP Trozzul

5th June 2014, 02:19 AM   |  #1  
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Name Goes here: i see, thank you for your time, is it possible that both of these devices bootloaders will be unlockable in the future?
Motorola Employee: At this moment, since MotoG is considered a new device as it was just out of the market for some time, not yet.
Motorola Employee: By the time that we receive roll-outs from Corporate, we will surely let you know via the web site.
Name Goes here: Since Verizon locks most of their bootloaders (including my old Motorola Droid RazR) does this make the chances even worse?
Motorola Employee: Not really.
Motorola Employee: The more the demand, the more chances of updates, revisions and changes.
Motorola Employee: I. myself, am one of those who still wait for this.

Hopefully Motorola is still one of us and wants to unlock this bootloader of these XT1028? Verizon is terrible.
5th June 2014, 05:17 AM   |  #2  
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Hopefully Motorola is still one of us and wants to unlock this bootloader of these XT1028? Verizon is terrible.

I can guarantee you that there is 0% chance verizon will allow unlocking of the bootloader.
5th June 2014, 06:49 AM   |  #3  
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I can guarantee you that there is 0% chance verizon will allow unlocking of the bootloader.

thats what i was thinking Lol.
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