Remove Unlocked Bootloader message on Moto G (2015)

Updated on January 1, 2020

These are the instructions to remove unlocked bootloader message from Motorola Moto G (2015) using the TWRP recovery and a flash file.

Requirements: Your smartphone should have at least 20-30 percent of battery to perform the rooting process.

Remove Unlocked Bootloader message on Motorola Moto G

Step 1: Download file and move it to the root of the Phone SD memory.

Step 2: Download and install the Minimal ADB and fastboot Tools on your computer.

Step 3: Download TWRP recovery (v2.8.7 tested working) on your computer and rename it to recovery.img.

Step 4: Now, move the recovery.img file to the Minimal ADB and Fastboot folder (i.e C:Program FilesMinimal ADB and Fastboot).

twrp recovery moved minimal fastboot

Step 5: Now, Open MAF32.exe or py_cmd.exe from the Minimal ADB and Fastboot folder.

open maf32 command minimal fastboot

Step 6: Give the Following Command: adb devices

Motorola ADB Devices

Step 7: Now, Give another command: adb reboot bootloader

motorola reboot bootloader

The above command helps you to boot into the adb mode.

Step 8: Now, give another command: fastboot flash recovery recovery.img

flash recovery motorola moto X XT1575

Step 9: Now, TWRP recovery will be installed on your phone and you will be able to see some process on your Device screen.

Step 10: Now, you need to boot into the ADB mode. To boot into adb mode, Press and hold the Volume Down Key and Power Key (for 4-5 seconds) and release the power key but keep holding the Volume Down key until ADB mode is visible on the screen.

Step 11: Once you have booted into the ADB mode, Select Recovery (use volume down for scrolling and Volume Up to select).

Step 12: Once you have booted into the TWRP recovery mode, Tap on the Install and select the file that you have moved to the Phone SD in Step#1.

Step 13: Now, reboot your Device from the TWRP recovery.

twrp install success

Step 14: Once your Device is restarted you will not be able to see the bootloader unlocked message on your Motorola Moto G (2015). Which confirms that you have successfully removed the bootloader message on your device.

moto boot splash

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[*] No data loss process: Your Personal Data including contacts, pictures, videos, music won’t be affected using the above method. In short, no data loss process.

[*] How to root Motorola Moto G (2015): If you want to root motorola moto g (2015) then read how to root moto 5 (2015).

[*] Motorola Stock Firmware: If you are looking for the original firmware for your device then head over to Download Motorola Stock Firmware for all devices page.

[*] Motorola USB Driver: If you are looking for the original USB Driver for your device then head over to Download Motorola USB Driver for all devices page.

[*] Credits: The file is created and made available by alberto97 (xda developer). So, full credit goes to him for the file.

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