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By hugebulge, Senior Member on 19th April 2014, 07:49 AM
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21st April 2014, 06:44 AM |#11  
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thanks a lot. Have any idea how to get back to locked bootloader?


I seem to recall "re-lock bootloader" as being one of the many great features of the toolkit.
 
 
25th April 2014, 10:34 PM |#12  
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I used the toolkit and relocked the bootloader, went back to s-on. The phone still says tampered and relocked in the bootloader. The problem I'm running into is, I want to return the phone to AT&T store. I have clicked to reset the device from settings, as well as from the bootloader and the phone does not restore it just boots into teh bootloader showing tampered and relocked. I think this is because the know the AT&T rep will restore it and see it. Anyone know of a way to fix this?
26th April 2014, 12:35 AM |#13  
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I used the toolkit and relocked the bootloader, went back to s-on. The phone still says tampered and relocked in the bootloader. The problem I'm running into is, I want to return the phone to AT&T store. I have clicked to reset the device from settings, as well as from the bootloader and the phone does not restore it just boots into teh bootloader showing tampered and relocked. I think this is because the know the AT&T rep will restore it and see it. Anyone know of a way to fix this?

Sounds like you didn't flash the stock recovery.
There is a guide on how to lock your boot loader without it saying relocked in the m8 forums.
You would need to soff, unlock boot loader, flash stock rom and recovery, boot into twrp "don't flash recovery" and root your phone, relock phone the proper way, remove tampered label, go back to s-on, use supersu to remove root, then factory restore.
26th April 2014, 04:59 PM |#14  
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Sounds like you didn't flash the stock recovery.
There is a guide on how to lock your boot loader without it saying relocked in the m8 forums.
You would need to soff, unlock boot loader, flash stock rom and recovery, boot into twrp "don't flash recovery" and root your phone, relock phone the proper way, remove tampered label, go back to s-on, use supersu to remove root, then factory restore.

Your directions arent very clear. How would you boot into twrp after you just flashed stock ROM and recovery.

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26th April 2014, 11:42 PM |#15  
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Your directions arent very clear. How would you boot into twrp after you just flashed stock ROM and recovery.

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have twrp on your computer in fastboot directory
fastboot boot twrp.img
it will boot twrp without flashing recovery
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