Perhaps they haven't updated that your device to receive the OEM unlock bin because your network unlocked early?
Here is a post for 7T
Here is a patched MSM download tool for TMobile OP7T. It will bypass the need to sim unlock before unlocking the bootloader, and will also bypass the need of an unlock token file from OnePlus (hence skip the wait period of 1 week to get the...forum.xda-developers.com
"fastboot flashing unlock_critical" works when TMo 7T loaded with global firmware. Might worth trying on our N10.
Thanks for the heads up.
I tried the command however it has a problem with the flashing syntax of the command and goes straight to the --help. fastboot oem unlock_critical basically just says it cannot be done in a locked state. Same with booting boot or recovery imgs.
So I made an attempt to do this with the TMO variant. After making the edits, MSM tool just throws that the device doesn't match the project ID (even though I changed it in the ops file as required) So I'm not entirely sure how to proceed. I know the TMO MSM files I used are good as I flashed it to my phone to make sure I got the right files.
DId I miss something? I changed the "Project" line to match the TMO version as well as the "ModelVerifyRandom" was there anything else I needed to change?
The TMO files I used are here: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...l-to-restore-your-device-to-oxygenos.4245455/
Once you extract both the TMO version and the INT version, copy the third line bit for bit from the TMO settings file and replace the third line in the INT settings file with your copied string.
Save and repack
TMO MSM tool should take it no problem.
Thinking in theory, this "should" work for all 1+ devices that carry the same hardware variations between versions. This was a hell of a find.
Once I hear back from 1+ and do the unlock sure!Anyway you could do a device dump with the INT rom with your unlocked bootloader?
You can use msm to do it (prefered actually)
1. Open MSM and press F8 on your keyboard
2. The readback window will open. Do CTR+A to select all
3. In password type "oneplus"
4. Click start
5. Plug phone into usb on computer (powered on)
6. In cmd "adb reboot edl"
7. MSM will detect and dump your partitions (no user data I believe)
Once it finishes the files will be in c:/
Zip them up and post it. I want to see if I can flash those to mine to (sim unlock?) Unlock the bootloader.
Tbh I figured flashing it would allow it to be unlocked. I wonder if the a/b partition scheme would have anything to do with it. According to the settings.xml not everything has a/b but the ones that do, are flashed on a using MSM.