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How to Easily Unlock Motorola Moto G Bootloader

Motorola managed to do an ideal work with its Moto X and now with the Moto G, these being enormously just right Android based totally smartphones, as today the corporate used us most effective with mid-vary, price range pleasant handsets somewhat than spectacular devices. Anyway, the Moto G desires to be a good to excessive finish tool that’s provided on an reasonably priced price ticket because that you could purchase a quad-core powered smartphone for best 179$ . For those who personal the Moto G, you then must comprehend you can simply energy up its performances as quickly as you come to a decision to free up its bootloader and root its gadget.

After all, the primary first of all when pondering in tweaking your Android based totally smartphone is the operation dubbed as: unlocking the bootloader. So, right through the current step-by-step information I’ll convey you how one can simply reach that in your Motorola Moto G. The academic will also be simply utilized, although the method isn’t legit and it’s thought to be hazardous and intricate. However if you happen to keep on with the rules from this information the whole thing will go as deliberate and after all you’re going to safely be able to release the bootloader of your Motorola Moto G.

However what do you keep in mind when speaking about your telephone’s bootloader? In case you don’t comprehend so much about this time period, you then want to learn the next traces. Whilst you first purchase a brand new Android tool, it is going to be delivered with a locked bootloader, which is one thing like a manufacturing facility or default limit. The identical is going down together with your Moto G bootloader which is surely locked. The bootloader is a small application that runs on all handsets as with out it that you can’t use the identical. Principally, this small application is working each and every time you energy up your Motorola Moto G. The bootloader will load the OS and in constructed packages and contours which can be situated on the ROM reminiscence on the RAM one.

You’ll find your Moto G bootloader extraordinarily equivalent with this system that’s working in your pc or computer. Each and every time you boot your pc, the weight-up application is being displayed; smartly that is the bootloader. However why to free up it in any case? Right here is the place the enjoyable starts. When you come to a decision to free up the bootloader of your Motorola Moto G, you’ll then have the ability to operate different nice operations that can be utilized for bettering the performances of your smartphone, for upgrading its battery lifestyles, for bumping the speeds and for altering the Android OS.

In truth, as soon as the bootloader is unlocked, that you can root your Moto G, install a custom recovery image like CWM or TWRP recovery on your phone, update with a custom ROM firmware (such as CM 11, AOKP, OmniROM and so on), flash a custom kernel, overclock / undervolt the CPU, remove bloatware, install apps that requires root access and lot more. Basically, your phone will become your new playground, a playground where you can easily customize, optimize and change in-built programs, features, themes, looks and everything else.

If you want all that for your Motorola Moto G, then you have to complete this step by step guide. As mentioned, this process is easy to performed though the operation isn’t official. The steps from below have nothing to do with Google or with Motorola and since you are removing factory and default restrictions from the internal system of your phone, by unlocking the bootloader you will also lose the Moto G warranty. You shouldn’t panic though as the warranty can be anytime restored. For doing so you will have to bring your smartphone in its initial state. That can be achieved by downgrading your Moto G to stock Android OS, or by updating with an official OTA release of the same firmware. Of course, then the bootloader will be relocked, the root access revoked and the stock Android reflashed.

On the other hand, this guide can be applied “just like that”. Before starting the proper steps you need to prepare your phone and other things. All required procedures are being explained during the following list, on a section that we like to call “essential and general pre requisites”. Don’t skip this section as it represents the most relevant part of our step by step guide.

  • Make sure you can use a computer, your Motorola Moto G and its official USB cord.
  • On both computer or notebook and smartphone you first have to deactivate the security protection – so temporarily disable antivirus, antimalware and Firewall protection. These tools might interfere with the unlocking procedure and we don’t want that to happen.
  • On your Moto G from “menu – settings – developer options” you need to enable the USB debugging option. Do that because a connection between your handset and your computer must be established.
  • Your phone must have at least 60% battery power left before heading to the guide from below. Else it might get turned off in the middle of the unlocking process and you will risk in bricking your Android device.
  • On your computer Android SDK and fastboot must be installed. If you don’t have these programs, then get it by using our dedicated tutorials: “how to install Android SDK on Windows” or “Set up ADB on MAC OS X / Linux”.
  • Don’t forget to backup the Moto G data. Even though it is unlikely to lose something by applying this guide, the best will be to save everything that’s there on the internal storage memory of your phone. Else you might end up in losing your contacts, messages, call logs, market apps, personal info and accounts and everything else it’s important to you.
  • Apply this step by step guide only for unlocking the bootloader of the Motorola Moto G model number XT1033/XT1032. The steps from below are compatible only with the mentioned Android device so try not to mess things up.
  1. On your computer you need to have both ADB and fastboot installed.
  2. Then, you need to place the fastboot file on the same folder as ADB.
  3. You can download Fastboot from here.
  4. Turn off your phone.
  5. Reboot it in fastboot mode.
  6. For fastboot mode press and hold power and volume down button at the same time.
  7. Good, now connect your Moto G with your computer.
  8. Plug in the USB cable in order to establish the connection.
  9. On your computer go to the fastboot folder.
  10. There open a command prompt window (press shift key on your keyboard and while pressing the shift key, right click on any blank space from the mentioned folder and select “open command prompt here”).
  11. Now, on the cmd window type the command “fastboot oem get_unlock_data”.
  12. Perfect; up next go to this page.
  13. Register on Motorola’s official web page.
  14. Read what’s on Motorola’s official page, agree and click on “next”.
  15. Now, on the cmd window you will have something like this displayed:(bootloader) 0A40040192024205#4C4D3556313230; (bootloader) 30373731363031303332323239#BD00; (bootloader) 8A672BA4746C2CE02328A2AC0C39F95; (bootloader) 1A3E5#1F53280002000000000000000; (bootloader) 0000000.
  16. You need to copy these lines (without the “bootloader” word) on the Motorola web site – place them on step 6. Check if your device can be unlocked…
  17. Just select the “can my device be unlocked” option.
  18. Press the “request unlock key” button and select “I agree”.
  19. A unique code (20 character alpha numeric code) will be sent to your email.
  20. Go to the cmd window from your computer and type the command (replace code with the received code): “fastboot oem unlock [here you will enter the 20 character long code with the right button of your mouse.]”
  21. Good, now your Motorola Moto G bootloader will be unlocked.

Congratulations, you have successfully completed our step by step guide. So, now you know how to unlock the bootloader of your Motorola Moto G. Therefore, from now on you can consider in rooting your phone, in installing a custom recovery image, a custom ROM firmware, a custom kernel and so on. Anyway, do use the comments area from below if you want to talk with us or for sharing your thoughts and experience with our team and with other users who are considering in following this tutorial. Also, use this information when you’ve got issues or if that you could’t practice the steps from above.

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