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Motorola to start allowing bootloader unlock of 2014 Verizon Moto X

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#Motorola or #Moto (as preferred by #Lenovo) is now allowing the unlocking of the Verizon branded 2014 #MotoX smartphone. This means that the smartphone can be used to flash ROMs, which should be music to the ears of the device owners as the company has decided not to send out the new Android 6.0 update to the 2nd gen Moto X.

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This is coming from Motorola directly, so you don’t have to worry about any consequences, although we think there might be some warranty related disputes that might arise after unlocking the bootloader of this Verizon branded flagship. Motorola is offering unlock codes through its website now, so practically anybody with a device can head over to the company’s site and get on with the process.

The 2014 Moto X will reach end-of-life status very soon, so it’s good to see that the company is letting customers unlock the bootloader to flash a third party ROM (like CyanogenMod) on the device. Hit the link below for more details.

Source: Motorola

Via: Droid Life

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