How to Remove “Unlocked Bootloader Warning” on Moto G4 Plus

If you have unlocked Bootloader of your Moto G4 Plus then you might be seeing an “Unlocked Bootloader Warning” every time you boot up your phone. You don’t need to worry anymore, you can easily remove this warning using a simple tweak.

This warning is made intentionally by Moto so that they can discourage users to modify the factory restrictions of the phone.

All you need to do is to follow this few lines tutorial and you’ll be able to get rid of this warning on your Moto G4 Plus.

Remove “Unlocked Bootloader Warning” on Moto G4 Plus


Download the following files:

  • MotorolaDeviceManager_2.4.5.exe

Remove warning

  1. Install MotorolaDeviceManager_2.4.5.exe
  2. Extract file on desktop
  3. Extract in Mfastboot folder
  4. Turn off your mobile
  5. Then turn it on again by holding Volume down button + power button at the same time for 6 sec and release it when you see the bootloader. Now plug your device into your PC.
  6. Now navigate to the fastboot folder which you extracted earlier. Press shift key + right click in that folder. It will open a command window there.
  7. Now type the following command and hit enter:
    fastboot flash logo logo.bin


Now you will never see the unlocked bootloader warning ever again. Feel free to ask your questions in the comments section below.


  1. Its not working bro…..when the update is started it is directly went to boot loader and i got options like install,wipe,restore(boot loader options) i didnt found the update option.please suggest me how to update my phone

  2. If you get the update via OTA then there is no need to touch the bootloader. If you're flashing the 7.0 stock ROM then only you'll need to get the bootloader unlocked.

  3. Hi. I am trying to update android 7.0 in my moto g4plus.. But i am facing problems due to bootloader….So my question is if we want to update to android 7 ,is it mandatory to remove boot loader? if not ,How to proceed ?


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