i Cant unlock the bootloader or root..no matter what i use it just tells me waiting for device..i tried every driver for i9250 that i could find...anyone know what is going on?
I bought a Transformer Tf700 the other day and stupid as I was ( It seems ) updated it to JB before unlocking the bootloader and rooting the device.
So I have been searching around the forums, but it seems that there is no way to actually Root a JB device that did not unlock the bootloader in beforehand.
I'm going to buy the n4 and I would like to unlock the bootloader and root it. Since I won't flash a new rom at the beginning, I don't know if I should root it, just because of the warranty. Will it be void if I unlock the bootloader?
Enviado desde mi Transformer TF101 usando Tapatalk 2
My device has been sent away to Asus a couple of times to be repaired. In the process I think they may have sent it back to me and failed to update the serial number in their database. That means than when I try to unlock the bootloader by running the Asus Unlock Device Tool app I get the dreaded "An Unknown Error Occurs which may be a network connection issue" message.
I wanted to unlock my bootloader and root my razr m but I heard rumors that if you unlock your bootloader, verizon will do something but I don't know what they'll do. I'm just nervous because I don't want to run into any problems
I just got my other one replaced and I come back home to root it. I already know what to do to unlock bootloader and root it. But every time I got to unlock my bootloader. I copy and place the token code in the HTC dev spot. It keeps saying that the code isn't long enough. I've done it several of times but it does not work. I am annoyed.
Hi guys! I have the LG P760 with V20C OPEN MARKET (Europe) official stock firmware. In the firmware's changelog I read that the bootloader is unlocked by default, but it isn't true.
I have tried to unlock bootloader using fastboot tool from command line, but after processing the phone reboot in normal mode.