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  1. luisramon17

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    I started to wonder... Does the UOT Kitchen work for our phones? And if it does, how would we make it work? What files would we need to upload or such?:thinking:
     

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    If I'm not mistaken, don't you have to flash the files coming from the themening kitchen? And that would cause a brick seeings how nobody has figured out how to unlock bootloader.
     
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    Maybe Flash Gordon has some involvement in this? It could help, I may be wrong though
     
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    Yep, can't load anything themed without flashing from kitchen.
     
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    I'll try and find a way around that somehow...
     
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    If xposed framework works with this device, you could look into that.
     
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    Oh it definitively does work, that's for sure
     
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    No it Dont the kitchen is down
     
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    Yeah I noticed that, lol
     
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    Yes been down since April 2014
     
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    I think we've reached our limit on what we can do with xposed. The next step would be themeing the only problem is our lovely locked boot loader.
     
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    No u can make a theme to flash .
     
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    Ahh okay, don't have this device so I was throwing out an idea :thumbup:
     
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    Well, at least your trying to help haha. Most mods and devs just pass our device up as soon as they see locked boot loader. So thanks for the idea :beer:
     
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    At least yall have root, that's the good thing. I can't even say that for my Verizon moto g.

    The Verizon moto g can't be rooted without unlocking the boot loader, locked down so tight, I think devs have given up on trying to unlock it. :banghead:
     
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    I think it would be sweet if we could get someone with the know how to work on our phone, or any mtk for that matter.
     
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    Yeah, that would be nice, I am best on an LG or Samsung environment, but since I didn't get either, lol

    P.S: That was pointless ^ lol
     
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    That's one reason I didn't go for the moto G, that plus no expandable storage. Wish they would just stop locking bootloaders in the first place, android is open source and they're locking it down by putting locked bootloaders on it.
     
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    Unfortunately I didn't look into it before I bought the Verizon version, all other carrier branded moto g can be rooted. The Verizon is the only 1 that can't.

    Ya the non expandable sucks but I use my lg g2 as my wifi/gaming/root device so it doesn't bother me that much.
     
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    Well, I had token poke helping me out and he was getting some help from playfulgod but tokenpoke ran into some problems and the Dev help slowly disappeared.
     
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    I looked around and found that some people over at XDA found a work around for getting a Verizon signal on a boost mobile moto g, they flashed Verizon firmware onto a boost device and it worked. Anyway, getting off topic for this thread haha.
     

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