Originally Posted by gojimi
If it too will not boot any other kernel besides a stock kernel built specifically for their new bootloader. That bootloader.bin also appears to be locked.
Does that mean it's locked, or does that mean that we just don't have the new source code to build custom kernels? I just want to distiguish because, if it's the latter, we can just ask them to release that like they did the 1.1-based source. EDIT: Already tweeted them. I see "1.1" in the source that's there, and we know that this is "1.2", so maybe there's new source code to be requested? Not sure.
I know that we can check for a locked bootloader with something like fastboot, but I don't think that works here. That's why I was asking.
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