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Old 04-15-2018, 08:21   #46 (permalink)
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Rmm state locked!
Frp = off
Oem = off
How can I remove the rmm lock? I already have the oem unlocked

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Old 04-15-2018, 22:12   #47 (permalink)
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Rmm state locked!
Frp = off
Oem = off
How can I remove the rmm lock? I already have the oem unlocked[IMG]https://uploads.tapatalk-

Leave it turned on continuously (power up normally not in download mode), plug in a charger, do not keep powering off and on, or touch it for over 7 days, or better yet for 8-days.

Then try these RMM disabling solutions, then after reboot try to turn on OEM-Unlock.
Steps to remove the RMM lock:
1. Freeze/uninstall the RLC app
adb shell pm uninstall --user 0 com.samsung.android.rlc

2. In build.prop set "ro.security.vaultkeeper.feature" property to 0, like this:
ro.security.vaultkeeper.feature=0

3. Using a root file manager delete the folder "/system/priv-app/Rlc".
To do this, select "/system/priv-app" folder and delete "Rlc".
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Old 04-16-2018, 00:02   #48 (permalink)
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Leave it turned on continuously (power up normally not in download mode), plug in a charger, do not keep powering off and on, or touch it for over 7 days, or better yet for 8-days.

Then try these RMM disabling solutions, then after reboot try to turn on OEM-Unlock.
Steps to remove the RMM lock:
1. Freeze/uninstall the RLC app
adb shell pm uninstall --user 0 com.samsung.android.rlc

2. In build.prop set "ro.security.vaultkeeper.feature" property to 0, like this:
ro.security.vaultkeeper.feature=0

3. Using a root file manager delete the folder "/system/priv-app/Rlc".
To do this, select "/system/priv-app" folder and delete "Rlc".
asks me to be root user

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Old 04-16-2018, 02:49   #49 (permalink)
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asks me to be root user

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Please be more specific, which part exactly is asking for root?
This is for everyone if asking for help, please describe the issue in detail (what have you done so far, where exactly getting stuck, possibly a log), because noone can help you with a generic message such as "It doesn't work!".


Leave it turned on continuously (power up normally not in download mode)... ??

1. Freeze/uninstall the RLC app ??
adb shell pm uninstall --user 0 com.samsung.android.rlc

2. In build.prop set "ro.security.vaultkeeper.feature" property to 0, like this: ??
ro.security.vaultkeeper.feature=0

3. Using a root file manager delete the folder "/system/priv-app/Rlc". ??

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Old 04-18-2018, 02:42   #50 (permalink)
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Editing build prop and getting your desired key/value to persist, requires root privileges or at least a custom recovery. So far, both of these are not possible when RMM State is "Locked" since custom binaries cannot be installed.

Similarly, Root Browser cannot be used because the phone cannot be rooted on account of "Locked" state.

Also, unlike the "Prenormal" state, the "Locked" state does not go away by itself after keeping the phone powered on for 7 days (168 hours).
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Old 04-19-2018, 16:07   #51 (permalink)
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Editing build prop and getting your desired key/value to persist, requires root privileges or at least a custom recovery. So far, both of these are not possible when RMM State is "Locked" since custom binaries cannot be installed.

Similarly, Root Browser cannot be used because the phone cannot be rooted on account of "Locked" state.

Also, unlike the "Prenormal" state, the "Locked" state does not go away by itself after keeping the phone powered on for 7 days (168 hours).

The build.prop edit can only be done once you're out of the 7 day lockdown, in order to prevent further issues down the line.
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Old 04-19-2018, 18:54   #52 (permalink)
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Since there is no 7 day lockdown for devices with RMM State set to "Locked", they are permanently jailed. Therefore, for such devices, there is currently no way to edit build prop file or to root them.
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Old 04-20-2018, 00:52   #53 (permalink)
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Since there is no 7 day lockdown for devices with RMM State set to "Locked", they are permanently jailed. Therefore, for such devices, there is currently no way to edit build prop file or to root them.

Ok let me rephrase it then, the build.prop should be edited before the lockdown happens, to prevent it from happening. And yes you can root it with eng-boot, then edit the build.prop just fine. Also the RLC app can be "frozen", more precisely "uninstalled" without root (I've posted the method already). Just because you can't find a solution for your phone (in certain circumstances), others have with a bit of creativity.
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same problem is posible bypass segurity RMM STATE:locked and OEM LOCK :ON
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Old 04-28-2018, 16:14   #55 (permalink)
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Help RMM Locked

Guys, I'm kind of lazy about this subject, but if anyone can help me, I've got RMM in the locked state. How bone change into the released state.

If you can describe step by step how to change the RMM, thank you.

In the dow screen, it is:
System Status: Official
FRP Lockd: ON
OEM Lock: ON
RMM STATUS: Locked

Thank you!
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Old 04-30-2018, 03:03   #56 (permalink)
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Guys, I'm kind of lazy about this subject, but if anyone can help me, I've got RMM in the locked state. How bone change into the released state.

If you can describe step by step how to change the RMM, thank you.

In the dow screen, it is:
System Status: Official
FRP Lockd: ON
OEM Lock: ON
RMM STATUS: Locked

Thank you!
have the same problem but seems like no one want share this information
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Old 04-30-2018, 18:56   #57 (permalink)
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Solutions exist for "RMM Prenormal" devices but for "RMM Locked" devices, there is only one "bypass solution" which was shared by "lordofthepings" in post number 26 of this thread. With his solution, you should be able to use your device again but will NOT be able to change the "RMM State" from "Locked" to "Normal". Also, note that his solution was specific to SM-G955F and FRP was not "ON". So you will first need to turn FRP off and then follow his general guidelines and firmware of your own device, to resolve the problem.
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The model would be a SM-G9600ZAK. What would combination firmware and where do I get it? Thank you for your help!
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Old 05-01-2018, 04:17   #59 (permalink)
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The model would be a SM-G9600ZAK. What would combination firmware and where do I get it? Thank you for your help!
My correct version would be the G9600ZHU2ARD3. Can I use another version?
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Old 05-03-2018, 19:38   #60 (permalink)
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I have unlocked it for free. And we here discussing about free unlock
Dont need yours paid unlock
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