Originally Posted by pedro_maciel
Relocked the bootloader on Droid Turbo/Moto Maxx and again try to unlock the bootloader
C:\adb>fastboot oem unlock
OKAY [ -0.000s]
finished. total time: -0.000s
Now this time there is no notification on the phone screen and phone reboots automatically. Now flashing the Android logo from last 5 minute.
Not able to boot in recovery mode. Only fastboot mode is working.
Let's be clear -- it was the Droid Turbo. Leave off the Moto Maxx part, OK?
You can lock/unlock a Moto Maxx (XT1225/XT1250) or even Moto Turbo (XT1225) all you want. In fact, the U.S. Moto Maxx XT1250 is IDENTICAL in every way to the Droid Turbo XT1254 -- radio bands, even the same FCC ID. Of all the Quarks, only Verizon's "Droid Turbo" has a carrier-locked down bootloader.
All the others can be unlocked via the Motorola website. Whereas, the Droid Turbo bootloader unlock is a hack (Sunshine) that relies upon a vulnerability present in devices with Snapdragon 805.
Originally Posted by miketoasty
Why did you relock the device in the first place? Not sure there is anything you can do at this point, I'm guessing you still had TWRP on the device which I believe would be the issue, but you can't remove that since your device is now locked and cannot be unlocked.
Yes, WHY would you do that? Devs went through all the trouble to find a vulnerability to UNlock the Droid Turbo, and you lock it back? Been posted MANY, MANY times with the Droid Turob it's a one-time unlock only, through Sunshine.
Originally Posted by TheSt33v
Incorrect. With a locked bootloader, it's very possible to overwrite the recovery partition with the stock recovery menu. In fact, it's possible to to flash all of the stock images with a locked bootloader. See section 0 of my guide: http://forum.xda-developers.com/droi...stall-t3292684.
As for the OP's issue, I would say that if following section 0 of my guide does not solve the problem, you should probably consider your phone destroyed.
While you can flash stock again with a locked bootloader and it can work, over in the Moto Maxx section many people did brick their phones because they refused to unlock their bootloaders first. They were more worried about their silly "warranty" than having a functioning device.
We kept stressing, FIRST unlock your bootloader. If you mess up, it's an easy fix if a flash goes wrong.
With a locked bootloader, a bad flash is a recipe for disaster.
Over in the Moto Maxx/Moto Turbo section was a write up about flashing images, similar to your write up:
Usually people wanting to downgrade back to KitKat or flash a Quark image from another region (India Moto Turbo XT1225) got Lollipop first before Latin American Moto Maxx XT1225).
And people were able to do it with a locked bootloader -- but you have to do everything just right. In my case, first time I flashed from Moto Maxx image to Moto Turbo image, I messed up. I was looking at the example picture more than reading the instructions. But, since I had an unlocked bootloader, so what? Just did it again the correct way, the second time.
In the case of Moto Maxx brick people trying to flash to Moto Turbo, those people had to wait until Lollipop was released for their phones then try to re-flash an image made for their phones -- and HOPE it worked.