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[Q] Password Protect Bootloader/Recovery?

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By marclais, Member on 20th January 2011, 01:18 PM
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19th February 2015, 08:08 PM |#91  
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3 is very wrong. non-removable battery phones have hardware routines to simulate a baterry pull-off (example, pressing power-off button for 15s on Nexus 5 resarts the phone simulating a battery pull-off).

Yup this is true and thats why password protection is needed. The advantage of non removal battery phones is they cant be shut down.
 
 
24th February 2015, 03:26 PM |#92  
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i just think about this feature, googled. and after visiting this old thread, i began to think there will be no password protected CWM / Bootloader
4th March 2015, 07:09 AM |#93  
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I opened a similar thread. It is possible to do however it seems people just don't care about the security risk.

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how is it possible?
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