My question isn't about rather its possible or not, I'm sure there is probably a way just not one that has been found or is publicly available. My question is, assuming you did have an exploit that would allow you to remove the write protection how would you actually go about doing it?
I have some free time and access to a second unused Droid Maxx so I was considering poking around. Looking for exploits in software security is kind of a pass time hobby of mine and I have a little training from previous military training. I by no means am an expert but I figure it can't hurt to play around with the second phone that isn't being used (has problems with speaker not working etc). Anyway, I realized I need to learn a few things and can't seem to find any real info as I was reading around on the forums about how write protect off is actually achieved once an exploit gains access to do so.
Worst case scenario I learn a bit of useless info is the way I see it, kind of like reading an entire write up of how the motorola bootloader was being unlocked before they blocked the exploit in these phones. Doesn't help me but its information and I love to learn new things, even useless ones.