The Motorola Moto G 2015 surely is a heck of an Android device, especially when it comes to decisions wherein you don’t really have a lot of bucks to throw on a smartphone. The Moto G 2015 is a perfect example to say that all good smartphones needn’t cost high to be better. Motorola, as we all know is quite good at keeping a reputation when it comes to things like software and customer care.
On the other side of things, Android is as open-source as it can get. There is nothing which can keep a true geek in fiddling with his/her device, and making the most out of it. One such part is where you need to unlock the device’s bootloader, and it is the very sole base when you want to tweak your device. Without an unlocked bootloader, you have no power in customizing your Android device.
However, if you have a Motorola device with an unlocked bootloader, you very well know the fact that each time you boot up, you are greeted with an annoying and terrifying message about your bootloader being unlocked. This message does not only get your boot time longer, but it also acts as a proof if your device ever fails to boot up, and hence voids your warranty. (This guide doesn’t bring back your warranty though, it just get rids of the annoying warning)
Worry not! We still have a workaround fix for the same issue, and it is as easy as flashing a small ZIP file package onto your Moto G 2015. Now all you need to do is to flash a ZIP file which contains the modified logo.bin from the custom recovery to remove unlocked bootloader warning from Moto G 2015. If you don’t know how, follow the step-by-step from below.
Well, if you haven’t flashed a custom recovery on your Moto G 2015 after unlocking the bootloader, now is the time. You’ll need a custom recovery to flash the modified logo.bin in this guide. Follow the below tutorial to root and install TWRP on your Moto G 2015.
Step-By-Step Installation Guide
- Download the ZIP file from the downloads section and transfer it to your device’s storage.
- Now boot your device into the recovery mode. To do this:
- Switch off your Moto G 2015 device.
- Now press and hold the Power + Volume Down buttons simultaneously until you see the recovery mode on your device.
- Now that you’re in recovery, it’s best to make a nandroid backup of your device. If you’re not sure of the procedure, follow our definitive guide on how to take a nandroid backup on various recoveries.
- In the recovery, tap the Install ZIP button and select the ZIP File to flash it. For more detailed instruction for flashing zips on different recoveries, follow our definitive guide here.
- Once the ZIP file is flashed, reboot your device by selecting the Reboot system option from the recovery menu.
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