How To Remove Unlocked/Unlocked Bootloader Warning Message Of Moto E 2nd Gen

How To Remove Unlocked/Unlocked Bootloader Warning Message Of Moto E 2nd Gen: Motorola in recent years launched devices in every budget to cover almost everyone , whether it be the flagship device Moto X ( Gen 1 & 2), the mid-ranger Moto G ( Gen 1 & 2) and the Budget Friendly Moto E. Well only few days back Motorola launched the 2nd Gen of their budget device ie Moto E 2nd Gen with lots of new upgrade, the screen size has been increased from 4.3″ to 4.5″, LED Flash has been introduced for rear camera and new VGA camera has also been installed on front for video calling or Selfie. The SoC has also been upgraded from Snapdragon 200 to 64-Bit Snapdragon 410 .

Well coming to the topic, Moto E like every other Motorola device comes with Locked Bootloader which means you cant Root , flash Custom Recovery or Flash any Custom ROM until and unless you unlock the Bootloader, and when you unlock the Bootloader of any device there will always be unlocked Bootloader warning which is very annoying well to get rid of this read on.

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Remove Unlocked/Unlocked Bootloader Warning Message Of Moto E 2nd Gen

I know that feeling , when you unlock the Bootloader of your device and get that sad little unlocked Lock warning, that looks odd doesn’t it . Well no need to worry specially in the case of Moto E 2nd Gen device as you can easily remove Unlocked/Unlocked Bootloader Warning Message Of Moto E 2nd Gen and that too without much of the hustle , all you need to do is download couple of files and flash it using some commands on Command Prompt (CMD) on your PC. Read on for the detailed procedure.

Remove Unlocked/Unlocked Bootloader Warning Message Of Moto E 2nd Gen

Prerequisite ( Remove Unlocked/Unlocked Bootloader Warning Message Of Moto E 2nd Gen )

  • Motorola Device Driver installed on your PC.
  • USB Debugging turned on your device.
  • Battery Charged to atleast 80%.
  • Download the zip file from here.

How To Remove Unlocked/Unlocked Bootloader Warning Message Of Moto E 2nd Gen

  • First of all go to your device’s fastboot mode and to do so press power button along with volume down button.
  • Extract the downloaded zip file in a folder.
  • Open the folder and holding shift key of your PC Keyboard right click the mouse button, there select the Open Command Window, this will open CMD.
  • Now type the following command or simply copy and paste it on CMD.

fastboot flash logo logo.bin

  • Once the flashing completes reboot your device.
  • Thats it you will no more see any Bootloader Unlocked message .

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Sumit Singh is the owner of WtfAndroid.com . He is recently pursuing his engineering degree from KU. He is obsessed with android and likes to unleash it credibility via WtfAndroid. He loves to review new gadgets and share his knowledge with people.

One thought on “How To Remove Unlocked/Unlocked Bootloader Warning Message Of Moto E 2nd Gen

  1. Ben Patterson says:

    Thanks! That warning was really ugly and irritating. Much appreciated. Your logo file caused my fastboot menu items to be over in the middle of screen instead of on the side next to the power button where they used to be, and for their font to be different, but I don’t care! Thanks for getting rid of that ugly-arse disclaimer for me!

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