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What To Do: If You Get An Unlocked Bootloader Warning On A Moto E2

Last updated: November 1, 2018.

Fix Unlocked Bootloader Warning On A Moto E2

If you have a new Motorola E (2015) and you have begun taking advantage of the open source nature of Android and are going beyond the manufacturer specifications of your device, you know that one of the first things you need to do is to unlock your devices bootloader.

 

Some manufacturers support users unlocking their devices bootloaders and doing so doesn’t void the devices warranty. Motorola is one of those manufacturers so you can unlock the bootloader of your Moto E2 without any problems.

Once you have unlocked your bootloader, however, you might find that your often getting a warning message that your bootloader is unlocked when you boot up your device.  This can be annoying so, in this post, were going to show you how you can get rid of that message.  Follow along.

Prepare your phone:

  1. Make sure that you do have an Moto E2 and its bootloader is unlocked.
  2. Have a PC with Android-SDK installed. You can download this program here.
  3. You need the original Motorola Moto # (2015) Boot Logo file. Download it here.
  4. Enable USB debugging.
  5. Download and install Motorola drivers on your PC. Get them here.

How To Remove The Unlocked Bootloader Warning:

  1. Extract the Boot Logo File anywhere on your PC.
  2. Extract the Android – SDK file anywhere on your PC.
  3. Change the name of the boot logo file to boot logo.BIN. Copy boot logo.BIN to Android/sdk/platform-tools.
  4. Open CMD from the Android SDM folder. Press shit and then press the right mouse button.
  5. Connect your phone to the PC. You phone should be in bootloader mode when you do this.  To get to bootloader mode, press and hold the volume down and power buttons at the same time.
  6. In CMD, type: fastboot flash logo boot logo.bin.
  7. Press enter.
  8. Next, type: fastboot reboot.
  9. Press enter

Your phone should now reboot and you should note that it boots up without the unlocked bootloader warning appearing.

 

Have you used this method to get rid of the unlocked bootloader warning?

Share your experience in the comments box below.

JR

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