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[GUIDE][Video/Text] How to Remove Unlocked Bootloader Warning on Moto X4

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munchy_cool

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Apr 6, 2008
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How to Remove Unlocked Bootloader Warning on Moto X4

Shoutout/Credits to xda member @AvenidaDelGato for the modified logo bin file.

Text Guide.

Make sure adb and fastboot are setup and working.
Donwload and Unzip the modified logo file. Place logo3.bin in platform-tools folders, or whereever you have fastboot and adb.
Navigate to adb/fastboot folder

Windows
Code:
adb devices
Code:
adb reboot bootloader
Code:
fastboot devices
Code:
fastboot flash logo_a logo3.bin
Code:
fastboot flash logo_b logo3.bin
Code:
fastboot reboot

Mac/Linux
Code:
./adb devices
Code:
./adb reboot bootloader
Code:
./fastboot devices
Code:
./fastboot flash logo_a logo3.bin
Code:
./fastboot flash logo_b logo3.bin
Code:
./fastboot reboot


Downloads
Modified Logo.bin zip file - https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=77013516&postcount=4
Mirror of Modified logo.bin zip file - https://mega.nz/#!eYFiVaxT!mpt4RhJDToEcJG4TSpw-CBePLIhd_hm8OjRGTu3egoU
ADB and Fastboot - https://www.xda-developers.com/adb-fastboot-any-directory-windows-linux/
Motorola Drivers - https://support.motorola.com/us/en/drivers
 
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kofruge

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May 10, 2010
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Thanks, that worked to remove the bootloader unlocked warning screen!

One other thing though is when the phone is first turned on while the Moto M logo is still on the screen (just before the Moto startup animation), a line of yellow console text appears over the Moto M logo that says "Verity mode is set to logging." Is there a way to turn that off? Aside from unlocking the bootloader, flashing the logo3.bin file and installing Magisk Manager from TWRP, my phone/ROM is a completely stock retail XT1900-1 (I didn't even flash TWRP to the recovery partition, I just booted it with fastboot to backup my device and install Magisk).

If anyone can help safely remove that line about verity logging without messing anything up that'd be awesome.
 

wanb1i

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Aug 17, 2010
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Charlottesville, VA Area
Thanks, that worked to remove the bootloader unlocked warning screen!

One other thing though is when the phone is first turned on while the Moto M logo is still on the screen (just before the Moto startup animation), a line of yellow console text appears over the Moto M logo that says "Verity mode is set to logging." Is there a way to turn that off? Aside from unlocking the bootloader, flashing the logo3.bin file and installing Magisk Manager from TWRP, my phone/ROM is a completely stock retail XT1900-1 (I didn't even flash TWRP to the recovery partition, I just booted it with fastboot to backup my device and install Magisk).

If anyone can help safely remove that line about verity logging without messing anything up that'd be awesome.

It worked for me as well on LOS 16, except for the Verity Logging Text, would be nice if we could turn that of too? ;)
 
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HACK3DANDR0ID

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How to Remove Unlocked Bootloader Warning on Moto X4

Shoutout/Credits to xda member @AvenidaDelGato for the modified logo bin file.

Text Guide.

Make sure adb and fastboot are setup and working.
Donwload and Unzip the modified logo file. Place logo3.bin in platform-tools folders, or whereever you have fastboot and adb.
Navigate to adb/fastboot folder

Windows
Code:
adb devices
Code:
adb reboot bootloader
Code:
fastboot devices
Code:
fastboot flash logo_a logo3.bin
Code:
fastboot flash logo_b logo3.bin
Code:
fastboot reboot

Mac/Linux
Code:
./adb devices
Code:
./adb reboot bootloader
Code:
./fastboot devices
Code:
./fastboot flash logo_a logo3.bin
Code:
./fastboot flash logo_b logo3.bin
Code:
./fastboot reboot


Downloads
Modified Logo.bin zip file - https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=77013516&postcount=4
Mirror of Modified logo.bin zip file - https://mega.nz/#!eYFiVaxT!mpt4RhJDToEcJG4TSpw-CBePLIhd_hm8OjRGTu3egoU
ADB and Fastboot - https://www.xda-developers.com/adb-fastboot-any-directory-windows-linux/
Motorola Drivers - https://support.motorola.com/us/en/drivers


I appreciate your work very much! Is it too much to ask for a AndroidOne Boot Logo?
 

gleenfield97

Senior Member
Jan 11, 2012
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If anyone can help safely remove that line about verity logging without messing anything up that'd be awesome.

It worked for me as well on LOS 16, except for the Verity Logging Text, would be nice if we could turn that of too? ;)

Flash the attached modified bootloader (unzip first).

Code:
fastboot flash bootloader no-verity-warning-bootloader.img

Found it from a telegram channel. Tested it myself.

Credit @abrfilho

Code:
SHA256SUMs:
b2efd37d2bef4e2de5bcbd7ca3e643a1e1e246d597e6ed4389679d321bebd2f0 no-verity-warning-bootloader.img
fcf3391a13f757d3f998c9b14c5ef40e6084d65b2d0162273d3842e75f972281 no-verity-warning-bootloader.zip
 

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blueberry.sky

Senior Member
Aug 20, 2014
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The AndroidOne logo.bin if anyone else needs it.
Extracted from stock XT1900-1_PAYTON_FI_9.0_PPW29.69-26_subsidy-DEFAULT_regulatory-DEFAULT_CFC.xml.zip.
Md5: e306b8ea948a10ec304ca62ebcd60495
 

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  • moto_x4_A1_bootlogo.zip
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BigwaveMx

Senior Member
Dec 2, 2008
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Mexico
Just a warning: after flash the bootlogo file, it seems this change prevent OTA updates. Some hours ago, i receive the 2019 july security patch update and it fails at 90-95 percent. I make a factory reset and it didn't help. Then I flashed the stock rom and the update install very well.
 

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