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This can be marked a duplicate of questions like this, but it's a device-specific question. It cannot be answered in a generic way, should be “How to root XYZ Android device without unlocking bootloader?” Simple answer is: It should not be possible to root Android devices without unlocking bootloader, but is possible for some devices due to security ...


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Android devices always delete all user data when unlocking the bootloader. This is a requirement by Google which has to be implemented by each and every device. In the past there were a few devices that did not perform a full wipe or had other bugs, but as far as I remember Google Nexus/Pixel devices were never affected by such problems. Therefore I would ...


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If you have saved the files of your clients or any other important files on the phone (internal) storage, then copy those files to an SD card or computer. Then, reset your device, in which it will delete every app and file on the phone storage. After setting up your device from the start, move all the important files on phone storage.


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The problem was not in fastboot mode. The reason was that my volume button was shortening and was always pressed. Fixing the button solved the issue.


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you won't be able to unlock the bootloader without the mi account & password ... & without an unlocked bootloader you won't be able to do a fastboot flash


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