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[Q] Afraid to flash. Don't want to brick.

28th June 2014, 06:24 PM |#31  
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Did the other carriers lock the bootloader or just Verizon? I don't know if I'm disappointed with Verizon or Samsung or both.
 
 
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Did the other carriers lock the bootloader or just Verizon? I don't know if I'm disappointed with Verizon or Samsung or both.

Not sure but I think all the carriers didn't lock it but vzw and Samsung

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29th June 2014, 12:41 PM |#33  
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Did the other carriers lock the bootloader or just Verizon? I don't know if I'm disappointed with Verizon or Samsung or both.

Verizon and AT&T are locked down. The T-Mobile variant has an unlocked bootloader. Don't know about Sprint and US Cellular.

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