Motorola assured in late 2011 that it will launch a bootloader unlocking tool so that users can unlock the bootloader of their devices. While bootloader unlocking program from Motorola has not been completed yet but the company has recently launched the innovative “Unlock My Device” website. “Unlock My Device” website will let 3rd party software, custom ROM’s and many other thrilling things. Similar to ASUS, Motorola will be choosing a PC program that will simply and securely unlock the device.
When you will register there, you will read through all the warnings that advise you not to unlock your bootloader as doing this will permit you to run software that could harm it irreparably. When you visit the website and read all warnings, Motorola will issue a device ID, and unlock key to make you able to unlock your phone. If you want to unlock the bootloaders of your Motorola handset, then visit the site and install 3rd party software and follow the instructions to unlock it. You will need to download the Android SDK with Motorola’s drivers before unlocking.
As you set up those things on your computer, you need to follow many instructions and ensure your device is supported first. Motorola has updated their limited list of supported devices that includes two phones and two tablets such as Photon Q, RAZR developer edition, XOOM - Verizon and XOOM WiFi. The software will confirm and validate the procedure and you will have to download Android 4.1 Jelly Bean or CyanogenMod 10 from your nearest ROM developer.