Some bootloaders are locked by the manufactures to prevent the phones from booting unofficial firmware images.

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SE x10 will no longer boot

I am wondering if anyone can help me with my situation. I was using JAF 2.3.7 Rom for about 3 months with no issues. After installing Prey as well as Dropbox (only 2 new apps) the phone started to ...
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Can I lock android phone to one network if it is unlocked?

Can I lock android phone to one network? If can be unlocked if I have both lock and unlock code? I want to lock my android phone to use only one network.
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unlocking bootloader moto g xt1033

I'm trying to root my MOTO G XT1033 DUAL SIM but in the videos I've seen till date it says that you need unlock the boot loader .I saw solution videos to unlock boot loader but all of them says that ...
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Can I flash system.img.ext4 without unlocking bootloader or void KNOX warranty?

I understand that: The secure boot process checks signature of bootloaders, kernel and rootfs, but not /system partition. The Samsung KNOX e-fuse is set to 1 when any signature is bad. Tools such as ...
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Unlocking the nexus 7 bootloader

I want to root my nexus 7 tab. The first step is unlocking the bootloader. I want to know that unlocking will wipe the os or just data? Can I start the tab after unlocking
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How does the HTC-Dev bootloader unlock process work?

I've been trying to root a phone. For my purposes, at least for the moment, I think the HTC-Dev way is enough - that it will give me a way to root and that I don't need S-OFF. I have looked at the ...