Remove BOOT LOADER IS UNLOCKED boot message

Discussion in 'RAZR HD/MAXX HD Development and Hacking' started by ripper2860, Apr 19, 2013.

  1. ripper2860

    ripper2860 Member

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    Well, I finally took the plunge and did an unlock of my Razr MAXX HD bootloader and TWRP recovery is installed -- thanks to Kachow and the fine folks and devs here. Now, can anyone give me some simple steps and required file to replace the BOOT LOADER IS UNLOCKED message seen at boot time in lieu of the red M logo? I'd like to have the original logo back and not make it soooo Obvious that I've been a badm bad boy and unlocked it. (shhhhhhh. Keep this on the down-low. It's a company phone) ;)

    Thx in advance!!
     
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  2. Nemo Aeternamn

    Nemo Aeternamn Droid X Rescue Squad Rescue Squad Premium Member

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    To do that you'll have to replace the image.. Which as far as I know hasn't been done yet but give it some time and helpfully a dev will make a some so to replace it

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    Its been accomplished. Let's see if I can find the link.

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    ah cool... glad i'm wrong... with it flashing a .bin file... you could probably use this method to also flash a custom logo
     
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    Got it!! But at the risk of sounding like a dumbie ...

    How does one flash using fastboot?? I've flashed using RECOVERY, but never via fastboot. What do I need from a utils/files perspective and what is the command line syntax?? Or does anyone have RECOVERY flashable ZIP of the logo.bin file??

    Thanks.
     
  7. KaChow

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    Here I think you will enjoy this one... ALL Credit goes to Tucstwo, for coming up with simple way to eliminate the problem. This works like the Recovery Flashers, just download this link here> then Unzip> Plug in phone> Hit "Run" or "run.bat" the Windows Batch file and that's it.
     
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    Worked like a charm. Once again, KaChow is there to save the day!!! Thanks.

    (Keeping this one handy to do a little BAT file analysis and learn.)
     
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    Thanx for the tool worked flawlessly
     
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    Thanks!!!!!
     
  11. kotamax2112

    kotamax2112 New Member

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    Wow, Thanks!

    You are a God, sir! Not one that I'd worship, but you're pretty cool. Kind of like Thor.
     
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    Will this unlock the boot loader, and if so what versions
     
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    No, this will only remove the warning message that appears on every reboot after you unlock the bootloader. What system version are you on?

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  14. bigdanmeys13

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    Is there a way to do this if I don't have access to a computer?

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  15. kotamax2112

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    No, it's the only thing I know of that works as easily for the M. There's a boot logo app changer on the Play Store, but it's incompatible.
     
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