Hi, sorry to hear that. Your device on v2 bootloader and can't be unlocked.Hi there I have a galaxy note 20 ultra at&t. I used to be really smart at this stuff but I had a major brain trauma had to learn how to walk and talk again. It sucks lost all my knowledge of about everything I love... But anyways just wanted to know if this is able to be unlocked if so lead me to the right direction... Thanks for your time and everything you guys do here. I've uploaded a picture. View attachment 5516765
And so are the idiots that be like "omgomgomg shutup and take my money and shackle me" on the next big samsung device. I honestly do blame consumerism for allowing such bad practices in the first place. These are your soccer type moms, your average everyday Joes and the ones that think they know everything but they don't have a clue. Look at Apple users they have it worse but don't realize that they are chained up lol.
I'm sure work is being done to unlock my version (v6, correct?).
No one knows, its been a while and no go
Ok I will share what I know about it so everyone will unlock his device for free.This site as in Xda , it's supposed to be ZERO services for pay , it goes against the whole spirit of the site and dev community to charge money for things , you're supposed to just share how it's done so everyone can learn and benefit from it anyway not your fault it's just insane how this is allowed but I can't even get help building a twrp for a device I have because someone posted a telegram group in the comments and got chewed out for it
I can tell you now that there is no "inside source", this is all profit for these 2 developers. It's stated by the 2 developers, and for perfectly understandable, yet unethical reasons that their source is a guy in China (a country of over 1.5 billion people), who has a connection to Samsung and is selling to these 2 developers exclusively, who are then in turn "doing us a favor" by being the middle-man in a transaction with this anonymous guy.
What if they told everyone: "Hey we have figured out the bootloader unlock, but instead of following XDA tradition and sharing a guide, we are going to charge everyone else a hefty fee during these turbulent times while everyone is struggling and stuck at home.".
Everyone would go wild and they'd be hated, because they're charging a Developer's Tax, and impeding a whole load of other talented Developers from gaining the motivation to develop for a phone that most people won't unlock the bootloader for; probably due to the shortage of funds and lack of jobs from the virus.
It's a sad thing honestly, and I for one can live with a locked bootloader until I've found a way to unlock it myself. Anyone who pays for the unlock is supporting a transition to a new era of XDA that steers far away from what we all came to know and love.
Most importantly, it's a slap in the face to the world of free and opensource technology, and a disgrace to those who have worked so hard to maintain the transparency these two are taking the lead in destroying; something which money can do very, very fast. There is a chance one of them will reply to this, and all I have to say is that once again, it's just to cover their ass so that they can be loved, and still line their pockets with the cash of those they're lying to. Anyways, I doubt XDA would even allow it unless the lie was present, because this isn't a marketplace.