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How to Remove MOTO G 4th Gen Amazon Lock Screen Ads and BloatWare

Guide: How to Remove MOTO G 4th Gen Amazon Lock Screen Ads and BloatWare.This guide will help you to Remove Amazon Ads and Bloatware from Moto G4 2016

Moto G4 is the latest device to join the Moto G family.This is the latest Mid-range device from Lenovo.The device is the successor to the Moto G3.Amazone is selling Moto G4 devices at a very well discounted price and that is the main reason why people are buying the Moto G4.This is optional you can buy Moto G4 with regular price with no ads or you can buy at 50$ discounted price with amazon lock screen ads.

In our opinion buy Moto G4 / G4 Plus at a discounted price is a greatdeal because you can easily Remove MOTO G 4th Gen Amazon Lock Screen Ads and BloatWare.Follow the steps given below to safely remove MOTO G 4th Gen Amazon Lock Screen Ads and Bloatware

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  • This guide is only for Moto G 4th gen (tested on the XT1625 and XT1644)
  • Make sure you have Motorola Drivers installed
  • Motorola program RSDlite 6.2.4 or you can use this RSD-Flash Script for Mac or Linux
  • Remove-amazon-bloat.xml file are HERE

How to Remove MOTO G 4th Gen Amazon Lock Screen Ads and BloatWare

Remove Amazon Ads and Bloatware from Moto G4 plus

For rooted users

  • If you have a rooted device with unlocked bootloader then you can directly flash the image by issuing the following command.
fastboot flash oem oem.img
  • Once you issue the command and hit enter the process will start
  • And once the process is finished, just reboot your device
  • Done!!! all the Amazon apps and lock screen ads should be gone.

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Dibyashree Sharma

Dibyashree Sharma

An NIT Rourkela Graduate in CS, Blogger, Android Geek, and a Tennis Fanatic. I have been writing about Android OS for Last 8 years.


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