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
I'm likely going to be purchasing a 2014 Moto X from Verizon soon (probably in December). I have some questions to make sure I'm prepared when I get the device.
1. Is there a foolproof (or pretty reliable way) to root Kitkat?
2. Is there a reliable way to unlock the bootloader (for free, if possible) on Kitkat?
3. Is the OTA update coming out now for Lollipop?
Hello I need serious attention
I got the code code from motorola and tried to unlock by
fastboot oem unlock key
and it said incorrect password
oem unlock unlock failure.
now I seriously want to unlock my phone so help me out.
Results of commands
fastboot getvar all
fastboot getvar all
(bootloader) version: 0.5
(bootloader) version-bootloader: 4113
Ok, so I've upgraded to 4.3 and lost my root. As far as I know, to get root on 4.3 I will need unlocked bootloader to flash custom kernel and/or ROM. Unfortunately in the Service Info / Configuration of my phone it says: Bootloader unlock allowed: NO. So here's the question: is there any method of unlocking the bootloader other than official from Sony?
I preordered a Samsung galaxy note 4 AT&T version allready but i can just change it need be, heres my problem, i want to be able to root and unlock the bootloader when i get my note 4 but i found out that att always has there bootloader locked, i found this out because i bought an s5 on att and couldnt unlock the bootloader so i was stuck with it until i got my htc one m8, but now im switching