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[Q] If I have unlocked Bootloader 1.09, does it means I have Super CID?

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Default [Q] If I have unlocked Bootloader 1.09, does it means I have Super CID?

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I have an AT&T HTC One X. It has unlocked Bootloader (hboot 1.09), does this mean I have Super CID?
I want to make it S-Off.

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Well yeah, it pretty much does mean you have SuperCID because you can't unlock the bootloader on the at&t model without SuperCID. But the hboot has nothing to do with it. Just double check the CID by using this fastboot command:

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fastboot oem readcid
It'll almost definitely come up as 11111111.

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