Once you’ve unlocked the bootloader on your Motorola Moto G (2015), you see a little warning saying unlocked bootloader on your phone’s screen. While it’s not annoying or anything for that matter, it’s actually a good idea to get rid of it so that others don’t see you’ve modified your device (in case you’re selling your phone to someone).


Well, you now have a fix that you can apply on your phone and remove the unlocked bootloader message. Here’s how you can do that:

Files You Need

  1. Your bootloader must be unlocked before you can do this tutorial. Please head here to learn how you can unlock the bootloader on your phone.
  2. You must have a custom recovery installed on your phone. If you don’t have one, flash one using the tutorial given here.
  3. Your phone must be rooted. You can follow our root guide to gain root-access on your phone.
  4. Download Fix Package to your computer. It’s the file that’ll help you remove the message on your phone.

Removing the Unlocked Bootloader Warning on the Motorola Moto G (2015)

  1. Connect your phone to your computer using a USB cable.
  2. Copy Fix Package from your computer over to the internal SD card storage on your phone.
  3. When Fix Package is copied, disconnect your phone from your computer.
  4. Launch Google Play on your phone and search for and tap on Quick Reboot.
  5. Download and install the Quick Reboot app on your phone.
  6. When the app’s installed, launch it from your app drawer.
  7. Tap on Recovery in the app and it’ll reboot your phone into recovery mode.
  8. When in recovery mode, tap on Install.
  9. Select Fix Package .zip file to be installed on your phone.
  10. Tap on Swipe to Confirm Flash to confirm installation.
  11. Wait for it to install Fix Package on your phone.
  12. When it’s all done, reboot your phone by selecting Reboot followed by System in the recovery menu.
  13. You’re done!

You will no longer see the unlocked bootloader message on your Moto G (2015). It’s like you have never unlocked the bootloader on your phone before.

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