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Quick question if you have a backup of your stock rom cant you go back to that recovery and then use ez unlock to lock your bootloader?
 
 
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can someone please answer?
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I'm not sure what you're getting at. You have a nandroid of your stock ROM and you want to know if EZ Unlock can unlock or re-lock the bootloader? You have to have your phone be rooted to use EZ-Unlock so if you're nandroid is 100% stock(without root) then you can't do that.
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I'm not sure what you're getting at. You have a nandroid of your stock ROM and you want to know if EZ Unlock can unlock or re-lock the bootloader? You have to have your phone be rooted to use EZ-Unlock so if you're nandroid is 100% stock(without root) then you can't do that.

Well its a backup with root but if i restore to that then lock the bootloader wouldn't that remove root?
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Well its a backup with root but if i restore to that then lock the bootloader wouldn't that remove root?

nope. Root and unlocking the bootloader have nothing to do with each other except the fact you need root in order unlock the bootloader.
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nope. Root and unlocking the bootloader have nothing to do with each other except the fact you need root in order unlock the bootloader.

Alright thanks, got my everything back to factory so i can upgrade to a 32gb Gs3
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Thank you for this post. Nice to know it's here if I need it
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I have bought a new sumsung smart phone, but do not konw how to download game from PC to MB. anyone can help me and list the steps, Thanks!

I dont understand what your trying to ask

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Updated/corrected the OP. It seems flashing the regular stock image via Odin doesn't re-lock the bootloader. You do have to do it manually.
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Updated/corrected the OP. It seems flashing the regular stock image via Odin doesn't re-lock the bootloader. You do have to do it manually.

Yeah I used ez unlock then flashed

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