unlock moto g for free yourself
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unlock moto g for free yourself

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Found 11th Jan 2014
Unlock your moto g with software provided through android and motorola this is the same software you are paying £2+ for someone to do for you it is easy enough to do and saves you time and money.

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Anyone tried this?

That unlocks the bootloader, not the SIM, dingbat!

which does beg the question how do you unlock a moto g without paying? anyone know?

Hmm, don't think you can unlock for free.

For £2 its not really worth the hassle of looking elsewhere for ages trying to find a free method.

WARNING: MOTOROLA STRONGLY RECOMMENDS AGAINST UNLOCKING THE BOOTLOADER … WARNING: MOTOROLA STRONGLY RECOMMENDS AGAINST UNLOCKING THE BOOTLOADER AND/OR MODIFYING OR ALTERING A DEVICE'S SOFTWARE OR OPERATING SYSTEM. DOING SO CAN HAVE UNINTENDED, UNFORESEEN, AND DANGEROUS CONSEQUENCES, SUCH AS RENDERING THE DEVICE UNUSABLE, VIOLATING APPLICABLE LAWS, OR CAUSING PROPERTY DAMAGE AND/OR BODILY INJURY, INCLUDING DEATH.




Death :lol

scoobiedoo

which does beg the question how do you unlock a moto g without paying? … which does beg the question how do you unlock a moto g without paying? anyone know?

[quote=dontasciime]

WARNING: MOTOROLA STRONGLY RECOMMENDS AGAINST UNLOCKING THE BOOTLOADER … WARNING: MOTOROLA STRONGLY RECOMMENDS AGAINST UNLOCKING THE BOOTLOADER AND/OR MODIFYING OR ALTERING A DEVICE'S SOFTWARE OR OPERATING SYSTEM. DOING SO CAN HAVE UNINTENDED, UNFORESEEN, AND DANGEROUS CONSEQUENCES, SUCH AS RENDERING THE DEVICE UNUSABLE, VIOLATING APPLICABLE LAWS, OR CAUSING PROPERTY DAMAGE AND/OR BODILY INJURY, INCLUDING DEATH.



Or in English that means, you run the risk of screwing up your phone and the warranty will be voided!

gilesrdavies

Or in English that means, you run the risk of screwing up your phone and … Or in English that means, you run the risk of screwing up your phone and the warranty will be voided!



Aka bricking

Your not paying £2 for software your paying for the unlock CODE, there is no free way to remove the network lock without that code.

Unlocking won't void your warranty in the UK, tested this out today speaking with Motorola.

the bricking disclaimer is a very slight possibility. I rooted my moto E and it's been brill. it frees up your phone, removes bloat ware, allows you total control over what apps can read and what they can't and allows total customisation. You can also choose what level of Google apps to install. I will be rooting every phone I have in future. I highly recommend it.
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