Motorola Warns Unlocking Devices Might Cause Death
Motorola has opened a portal for unlocking certain devices’ bootloaders, and has instructions posted on it’s website, and while there are only a couple of devices listed so far, we hope to see more coming soon. The usual disclaimers are there, and you have to sign a warranty waiver and release. However, if you dig into the fine print, you can see that Motorola is really covering all the bases.
Motorola isn’t responsible for your death if you unlock your bootloader. Good to know, maybe Verizon and AT&T really know something that they are not letting us know.
Before anyone complains, we just wanted to point out how stupid the legal disclaimers in the world of legalize has become.
When the USAF dropped this New Jersey boy off in Louisiana, he had no idea that the fun was just beginning. John has turned wrenches on jet engines in a Combat AGE team, raided Molten Core in the day, pwn n00bs in Battlefield 3, and can speak iOS and Android.
John has a BS degree in Culinary Arts, and is working on a Master’s in Education. Married and a father of 4 boys, John gets his screen name, Broadwayblues, from the NHL team the New York Rangers, loves the NY Giants and admits that he likes the NY Mets too. He cuddles his Galaxy Nexus at night.
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