Yes it can, just follow this tutorial.
Please read the instructions on the page carefully and don't skip any text. All of it is important.
Didn't happen to me, but I heard you had to wait one week after connecting your phone to Wi-Fi for the first time ever. How new is your phone?
OK, that could be it -- I've had it for about a week, but I did a factory reset a couple days ago. I'll report back on whether the OEM Unlocking option appears in a few days.
I have had mine since the end of Sept, and mine does not show OEM unlock period. in Dev options.. Maybe it is because it is a T-Mobile phone, and the fact, the I have only had Dev options enabled for about 4 days...
I don't think unlocking the bootloader of a carrier-locked phone is possible. See this thread. You might have to call T-Mobile and ask them to unlock your phone.
I figured as much. But I do remember, some phones you could still see the OEM unlock option even though it was grayed out. I wonder if it will be possible when it is paid off.
The main purpose I want to Root, is that I should be able to install a call recorder, and record calls.Hi I'm pretty new to this forum, I also need to root my A52s 5G
So, we have someone who has succeeded, in the end, in rooting the a52s 5G ?
Android version 11
API level 33
I see "OEM unlock" option on developer options.
Hope someone helps us with this.
I did exactly as described in this. Now I have bootloop.
To fix the bootloop download the stock firmware again and flash it without making any modifications using Odin. As for why you got bootloop, it is not clear which step failed.
That's right. It fixes bootloop when install Stock ROM, my plan was to get root. Still don't know if anyone successful rooted.
Hit the build number 7-10 times to get to the hidden developer options. Settings:about phone:software information then you'll see build number