Enable OEM Unlocking
If your devices manufacturer allows OEM unlocking
A.K.A (Also Known As) "Bootloader Unlocking".
After Enabling OEM Unlocking
Reboot to Fastboot
adb reboot bootloader
fastboot oem unlock
fastboot oem unlock -go
fastboot oem unlock /path/to/unlock-token.bin
If you have an MTK CPU you might be ...
On recent Android devices, when you have Factory Reset Protection, which is enabled automatically when you setup a Google account, custom binaries (the files that are not signed by the OEM) are blocked (custom recoveries, boot, etc) for security reasons as one can bypass that lock and gain access to your data.
So disabling OEM lock in the Developer ...
Android Oreo - 8.0 uses Forced Encryption
The data is now encrypted for safer usage on Android, older devices had the option to encrypt in security settings.
Nowadays it is a requirement of Android to safely protect your data.
Why is so important ?
Encryption helps to stop personal information theft fron even the most persistent ...
For Lg devices you must use a flash tool similar to Samsung's Odin. A good site to download required files is enter link description here. If you can't figure it out from that site just google search those tools and there's plenty of tutorials.
Base on my research you can fix the OEM lock by flashing Samsung stock signed firmware using Odin or Samsung tool pro. To remove the frp you need to create a modded boot where the USB debugging is on. You can make one in assayyed kitchen you just need your stock boot, you can get stock boot at the firmware files, let's assume you flash the modded boot. You ...
Your statement is correct. :) The bootloader can't prevent images from being flashed, it just prevents unsigned images from loading. My answer to this question has some detail on the way locked/unlocked bootloaders work.
For example, if we consider "SP Flash Tool", an application that communicate with the bootloader of MediaTek devices to flash images, the ...