Remove bootloader unlock warning on Moto G, Moto X Play and Moto X Style


In this guide you will be able to remove bootloader unlock warning on your Moto G, Moto X Play and Moto X Style. Bootloader unlock warning message on Motorola devices can be seen on every start up or reboot, unlocking the bootloader voids warranty even the device manufacturer provided you the official way to unlock the bootloader and that’s what the warning realizes you the crime you committed.

When you plan to unlock bootloader of your device, it means that you are going to do some thing extra with your deice including installing custom recovery, root, upgrade/download firmware and more related to customization stuff. But if you feel annoyed to see the bootloader unlock message again and again we are here to help you remove the bootloader unlock warning message on your Moto G, Moto X Play or Moto X Style.

How to hide bootloader unlock warning on Moto G, Moto X Play and Moto X Style

Disclaimer: This tutorial includes multiple operations which includes modifications in system files and more. Follow the guide on your own risk, we are not responsible if you brick or damage your device however the chances of bricking a device are rare but you have to pay full attention on the complete guide to avoid any issues and difficulties while performing any of the above mentioned operation.

Enable USB Debugging (Settings >> Developer Options >> USB debugging)

Your phone battery should be charged minimum 60%

Download these files:

Download Motorola USB drivers.

Download and Extract adb fastboot.

Download Logo.bin

Process to remove bootloader unlock warning on Moto G, Moto X Play and Moto X Style

Just follow the below simple steps in sequence to remove bootloader unlock warning on Moto G, Moto X Play and Moto X Style

Connect your device to the PC using USB cable.

Open the adb-and-fastboot folder you extracted earlier and copy the Logo.bin file inside the adb-and-fastboot folder.

Inside adb-and-fastboot folder, press SHIFT and Right-Click on an empty space inside the same folder.

Click on Open command prompt here as shown in picture below.


Now enter the following command to boot your device into bootloader mode,

“adb reboot bootloader”

Then type the following command to flash TWRP recovery in your device,

“fastboot flash logo logo.bin”

Wait for the process to complete and then type,

“Fastboot reboot”

That’s it! Now you will never see the bootloader unlock warning again on your device at start up. If you have any query feel free to contact us.

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