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Originally Posted by zelendel
As for ATT laying the blame on HTC. That is not the case. ATT wanted it locked. Or the Dev tools would work. It was to stem the flow of returns due to people messing up their phones by messing with things they had no understanding about. Can't really blame them. Maybe a good compromise would be if users who choose to unlock the boot loader gave up all rights to a warranty. So you could not return it to ATT. Would you be in a rush then for it to be unlocked? This is where things are gonna lead
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From what I understand, that is part of the HTCdev unlock process - forfeiting your warranty.
I don't understand how it's any different than allowing the Vivid bootloader to be unlocked. Same manufacturer, same carrier, different phone. But AT&T just said "NO" to HTC for unlocking it.
Also I won't escalate the BBB complaint until May 27th. That will be just a day before the case closes, and 17 days after the customer appeals manager first emailed me. So this would also mean 17 days of no further information. The only promises made by that manager was to "keep my posted" which has been of absolutely no use considering that there have been no updates.
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