Maximizing the max

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    Code?

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    bootloader unlock code.
     
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    Got ya. Didn't realize one could input a code to unlock the bootloader. Are they device specific or will one work on multiple devices?

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    Device specific. There was a leak of numbers, most like an employee, who was selling the codes for $30 a pop. A bunch of us got in on it. That was last year.
     
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    Doing some research and educating myself on unlocking the bootloader. I'm determined to root and possibly unlock this device is possible

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    If Sunshine doesn't do it, then I don't think you'll have any luck.
     
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    Maybe an upgrade device wise will be in the works in that case. I feel I'm about due anyway lol

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    Any particular that make it easy to unlock full potential of the device

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    Nexus 6, the new Moto X Pure Edition are ones that I know of. I'm not sure if the Galaxy S6 is rootable.
     
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    I've never owned a nexus but have heard they are great devices. Coming from moto devices with long battery life can I expect the same?

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    Also on the battery issue my phone will randomly restart itself. It happens pretty regularly but random. Could this be contributing to my battery issues?

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    Yes, rebooting will eat battery.