Originally Posted by mderksen
Create a new unlock_code.bin file using htcdev.com. This worked for me. I tried to use a unlock_code.bin file which i used when using Sense. This older bin-file didn't work so i tried to create a new one. This worked for me and my bootloader is unlocked now.
I think he is talking about the method on the device, not from HTC Dev.
On the device, using "fastboot oem unlock" or the HTC Dev method dosent work.
As stated above the first returns an error and the .bin method shows a success message, but nothing actually happens.
This is my situation anyways.
HTC Sapphire, HTC myTouch Slide, Samsung Vibrant, HTC DesireHD, Motorola Milestone, Motorola Atrix 4G, Samsung Galaxy SII, Viewsonic gTablet, Samsung Galaxy Nexus, LG Nexus 4, Asus Nexus 7
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HTC One - Google Play Edition
Samsung Nexus 10