Companies such as HTC have always listened to their customers and after facing a lot of requests, the Taiwanese company released a bootloader unlocking tool on its website. Motorola on the other hand, despite promising that they would allow bootloader unlocking in the future, haven’t really gotten around to it, at least until now where the company has finally launched a website where users of Motorola’s Android smartphones will be able to go to unlock the bootloaders. Not all Motorola devices are supported just yet and as it stands, only the recently released Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE has been listed, along with the European version of the Motorola RAZR developer edition and the Motorola Xoom tablets. We expect that more devices will be added to the list in the future, but if own a Droid RAZR or RAZR MAXX (just to name a few), you would be out of luck for now. In any case you can pop on over to the Motorola website to keep an eye out when they update it with further support.
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