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OEM Relockng

  1. acsubrat Froyo Mar 13, 2018

    acsubrat, Mar 13, 2018 :
    I am on OnePlus 3T beta 23 firmware and I unlocked my OEM and installed TWRP and rooted my phone.Now can I relock OEM keeping TWRP as well as root?
    Thank you in advance
     

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  2. Sun90 Lollipop Mar 13, 2018

    Sun90, Mar 13, 2018 :
    AFAIK , you can't do so.
     

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  3. pavangovind Eclair Mar 13, 2018

    pavangovind, Mar 13, 2018 :
    no it's not possible unlocking OEM meanse rooting if you lock bootloader or OEM the phone will be unroot and twrp will lost
     

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  4. Sridhar Ananthanarayanan Lollipop Mar 13, 2018


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  5. DannyM93 Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 13, 2018

    DannyM93, Mar 13, 2018 :
    It actually is possible to re-lock, but it'll result in a data wipe, and it can be dangerous to do so on a modified device.
    If you use Magisk to root, there is no need to lock again. Magisk will hide that.
     

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  6. Paschfire Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 13, 2018

    Paschfire, Mar 13, 2018 :
    No, do not relock the bootloader on a modified device.

    Only relock the bootloader once you've return the device to a completely stock system and stock recovery with no modifications made.
     

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  7. calvinistmac Jelly Bean Mar 13, 2018

    calvinistmac, Mar 13, 2018 :
    You tell someone to relock with custom ROM and recovery and you'll sentence them to a bricked device.

    Way to go for giving some really bad advice.

    Please do some research next time before giving crap advice like that.
     

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  8. DannyM93 Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 13, 2018

    DannyM93, Mar 13, 2018 :
    I'll respond using similar sentences:
    You misread someone's comment and tell them they're wrong, and you end up sentencing yourself to looking like a fool.

    Way to go for not carefully reading what I said.

    Please learn some English next time before telling me I'm giving crap advice.

    As you can see, I merely said that it's POSSIBLE to re-lock, but "it can be dangerous to do so on a modified device."
    Then I went on to say that if you use Magisk, there is no need to re-lock anyway!
     

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  9. G_Siddharth_Patil_ZsmY Honeycomb Mar 14, 2018


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