Remove “Unlocked Bootloader Warning” on Moto G4 Plus

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If you unlocked your device, then you might be seeing an unlocked bootloader warning message every time you restart your device like the below image.If you want to remove it then, you can you do it very easily just follow below three steps, and the message will be replaced the with moto logo hence your problem will be solved.

Remove “Unlocked Bootloader Warning” in Moto G4 Plus

Your device has been Unlocked and can’t be trusted
To learn more  visit :Motorola website
ID :n/a

You will get warning message something like that every time you reboot your device.Don’t worry its just a warning you can remove it by flashing the stock splash screen of Motorola and make it as it was earlier.

#How to Remove Unlocked Bootloader Warning Message in Moto G4 Plus 

1.Download Moto G4 Plus Logo.zip

2.Download Motorola USB Drivers.

3.Download Mfastboot and extract it on the desktop.

4.Extract Moto-G4-plus-logo.zip in Mfastboot folder  

5. Now turn OFF you Mobile.

6. Then Turn On it again By holding (Volume down button and power button) at the
same time for 6 sec and release it you will again see the bootloader.Now plug your device into your PC.

Moto-G-4plus-Bootloader

7. Now navigate to fast boot folder where you installed earlier. Hold the shift key and right click on the mouse the in any blank space in that folder you will see open command window here click on that.
remove-unlokced-bootloader-warning-in-Moto-x-play
8.Now type the below code in command prompt and hit enter.

fastboot flash logo logo.bin

9.Done! Now Bootloader unlocked warning would not come again.If you face any problem in doing that, you can comment below.

11 COMMENTS

  1. the image is not there but i still get a “n/a” before the login screen.
    Any idea how to remove it?

    Thanks in advance! =)

  2. assio August 2, 2016 at 6:53 pm

    the image is not there but i still get a “n/a” before the login screen.
    Any idea how to remove it?

    Thanks in advance! =)

    same here

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