Re: The "Epic" Motorola X Pre-Release Thread
If you do unlock the device through your own means, I don't know how Verizon would know. I don't actually know, but I would imagine Verizon doesn't know which GS3 or GN2 users have cracked their bootloader. I imagine that their bootloader unlock would be similar to the HTCDev tool, or an Asus unlock apk where it registers your device and that's how they'll get you. One thing that could cause an a lot of problems is if someone who isn't tech smart buys a used unlocked device (without knowing about this condition), activates it, and then gets charged the fee and complains about it.
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