Users who purchased a Moto(s goog) X developer edition handset and requested a bootloader unlock code will retroactively get their phone’s warranty restored. Motorola explained the policy reversal on Thursday, saying “Customers who purchase Developer Edition devices want the flexibility to take this even further and tinker with the operating system. This may include creating and flashing a custom build of Android or porting one from an enthusiast community.” The change is a solid step forward towards embracing Android’s openness and the ability to customize it the way individuals would like to, without voiding the warranty on their phone. Well done, I say!
Motorola does right, restores warranty on bootloader unlocked Moto X dev editionson November 22, 2013