The Moto E 2nd Gen smartphone is here for a price tag of Rs. 6,999. If you may recall the 1stgeneration Moto E was also launched with the same price tag. The new Moto E is better, more powerful and running Lollipop out of the box.

Unlock Moto E (2nd Gen) Bootloader

  • Install the latest Motorola USB Drivers on your desktop. Download here.

  • Go To Settings >> Device Settings >> Allow OEM Unlock. and also enable the usb debugging.

  • Put your device in fastboot mode (power off, then press the power and volume down buttons simultaneously).

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  • Connect your Phone to PC in fastboot mode.

  • Downloaded Minimal ADB and Fastboot and open it.

  • Type this in the CMD prompt window – fastboot oem get_unlock_data

  • You will get a return string. Copy it. [Right Click-Mark- Mark the text by pressing the shift key-Now press Ctrl+C]

  • Paste all the lines together in a notepad. Remove the empty spaces.

  • Now go to the Motorola Site.Sign in using your Google account or Motorola ID. Scroll down the page and paste the copied string in the field at step #6. Then click on ‘Can my device be unlocked?’, after which a “REQUEST UNLOCK KEY” button will appear at the bottom of page.

  • To get your unlock key, select the ‘I Agree’ option. Note: You will receive an email with your Unlock Key at the email address you used to log in there.

  • Important – Copy the 20-character key that Motorola sent you via email. Make sure your device is connected.

  • Then in CMD type: fastboot devices (To check your device is connected)

  • Then type: fastboot oem unlock UNIQUE_KEY

    NOTE: In above command, replace the word ‘UNIQUE_KEY’ with the unlock code that you got via email. Then hit enter and the unlocking process should begin. Wait for a while and soon you’ll see ‘Bootloader Unlocked’ warning on your Moto E.

    Very Important: Though you can relock the bootloader from fastboot (by issuing the command:fastboot oem lock), there is no guaranty that it can revert your device to factory state for warranty purpose. (source – XDA)


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