I appreciate that you are trying very hard to be "professional" and I am sure that the purpose of Kingroot is NOT to steal IMEI #'s and create an army of cloned phones (some people watch to many movies, I suspect, LOL!!) I have to point out that a true "Professional" would not be creating a product that seeks to exploit a linux/android security weakness, all to purposefully circumvent a lock that the carrier put there. The carriers/manufacturers such as Samsung and AT&T have been creating Locked Bootloaders, adding security tools such as KNOX and generally making the process of modifying a phone MUCH HARDER than it has ever been. This gets a LOT of people upset - I did a petition to AT&T Executives to unlock the bootloader on the Note 3, of course it was ignored, but I got a lot of signatures, showing that many people are not happy with being LOCKED OUT OF THEIR OWN DEVICE. Once a phone is paid for, it should be YOURS to do whatever you like with it. It's not like you can harm AT&T's network with a modified phone or something. The worst you could do is brick the device, and if that's what they worry about, they could just ask to to waive the warranty when you unlock the bootloader. This is what Asus did with the transformer Prime and Transformer Infinity tablets, and many folks were happy to sign off the warranty to get the bootloader unlocked - me included.
Do not misunderstand me - I think this is great work you are doing, and I support the Kingroot team for its work. But while you are not harming the user, the Carriers (Verizon and AT&T will feel that you are harming THEM. If they start threatening or causing issues, JUST IGNORE VERIZON AND AT&T - THE SAME WAY THEY HAVE BEEN IGNORING THE DEVELOPER COMMUNITY FOR THE LAST 2 YEARS AS WE ASKED, PLEADED, BEGGED AND PETITIONED THEM TO UNLOCK THE BOOTLOADER OF OUR DEVICES. THE ONES WE PAID FOR. THE ONLY DEVICE THAT AT&T AND VERIZON HAS A RIGHT TO LOCK DOWN IS ONE THEY GIVE AWAY FREE. THE ONE I PAID FOR IS MINE, THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
*RANT OVER* Sorry - I get very worked up on the subject. Please keep up you efforts. This is important work you are doing here. It is appreciated by the Android development community.
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