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Old 12-07-2018, 18:40   #1 (permalink)
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Possible to re-lock bootloader after sim-unlock? [HTC U11 Life]


Hi,

I have an HTC U11 life that was successfully unlocked. Is there anyway to re-lock the bootloader and keep the sim-lock?

My concern is the unlocked bootloader warning. I don't think my customers will like it.
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Old 12-07-2018, 19:04   #2 (permalink)
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Hello,

Yes, you can relock it, it will eliminate the warning, and will be displayed as "RELOCKED" in download/bootloader mode.
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To re-lock use 'oem lock' in Terminal tab (phone must be in download mode) or use relock button under "Direct mode commands" tab.
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Ok, thanks.. It won't brick the phone will it?
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Ok, thanks.. It won't brick the phone will it?
No, it should not. In case you don't know what was flashed inside the phone before you, you can reflash it with the same firmware as it has now as a precaution measure. Once reflashed you can safely relock the bootloader.

But if you were the one who unlocked the bl, and you didn't use the Old method involving recovery flashing, you can just relock it without reflashing (otherwise it's recommended to reflash the full flash to restore original recovery).
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