[TOOL] WinDroid Toolkit | Unlock | Root | Flash | Install | Moto X Play

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The WinDroid Toolkit is a Windows program built in Visual Studio using the C# programming language that simplifies the rooting process for many Android devices. The toolkit makes it easy to unlock your bootloader, flash a custom recovery and gain permanent root. It also includes other functions such as flashing kernels, pushing files and installing apps. If you find it helpful, give me a thanks and a donation if you can. If you find a bug or have a feature request, feel free to leave a reply. Thanks!

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Check out this document for current and past changelogs.

Supported Devices
Check out this spreadsheet for a list of currently supported devices.
Device not supported? Make a request here!

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Check out the source code on GitHub here.

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Please do not post, mirror, or take credit for this toolkit or any related work without explicit permission.
I am in no way responsible for any harm, damage, nuclear fission or bee infestation that may occur to your device through the use of this toolkit.
 
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SaladEsc

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Seems really promising! I am having a slight issue however.

After unlucking the bootloader succesfully, when i proceed to flash twrp, it says success. However, when I boot into recovery, i get the classic "Resting Android robot" saying "No Command"
 
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Seems really promising! I am having a slight issue however.

After unlucking the bootloader succesfully, when i proceed to flash twrp, it says success. However, when I boot into recovery, i get the classic "Resting Android robot" saying "No Command"
its because of the install-recovery.sh in system/etc folder
 
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ToYeD

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Awesome tool. I just have one question. Is it possible to relock the bootloader without losing root? I unlocked bootloader manually, I boot twrp (not flashed, just boot) and installed SuperSU. So I still have the stock recovery, but I'd like to relock the bootloader without having to lose root.
 
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Serial Kazama

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Awesome tool. I just have one question. Is it possible to relock the bootloader without losing root? I unlocked bootloader manually, I boot twrp (not flashed, just boot) and installed SuperSU. So I still have the stock recovery, but I'd like to relock the bootloader without having to lose root.

Hallo , here is a Link with a Tut how to Unroot the Moto X Play.

My phone is hast not arrived yet. Can´t confirm the procedure. :silly:

Greeting... Kaz :eek:
 

ToYeD

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Hallo , here is a Link with a Tut how to Unroot the Moto X Play.

My phone is hast not arrived yet. Can´t confirm the procedure. :silly:

Greeting... Kaz :eek:
I want to relock the bootloader but keep root. I don't want to lose root or busybox as I need them for several functions. I just want to get rid of the annoying warning on boot that says I have an unlocked bootloader.
 

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I want to relock the bootloader but keep root. I don't want to lose root or busybox as I need them for several functions. I just want to get rid of the annoying warning on boot that says I have an unlocked bootloader.
Then flash a different logo.bin

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aarmstrong23

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Hi guys! Just receive my new moto x play today :D and want to root it! Its good to go with this tool?!

Envoyé de mon Nexus 5 en utilisant Tapatalk
 

zdeev

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I've used the tool to unlock the bootloader and flash TWRP. Worked smooth and didn't really have any issues. I did had to flash TWRP twice, but that might have been an error on my part for not looking at my phone after the first flash attempt. SU installed via on screen notifications after booting into recovery, worked like a charm too.

I recommend this tool as it takes away a load of work, especially with the bootloader unlock.
 

isene

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When trying to boot in recovery i got "No Command" while the device is unlocked and i tried to flash new recovery...

EDIT:
You must enable "OEM unlock" after the reboot
 
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