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Bootloader warning ⚠​

Have you recently unlock your bootloader and want to remove Warning Bootloader Unlock message that comes every time when your device is starting up? Then not worry this article is for you. This tutorial gives you the detail view of How to remove Warning Bootloader Unlocked message from your android devices.

What you need?

  1. Your device.
  2. Terminal (termux recommended).
  3. Magisk patched recvory (you just need root for one time).

Steps to follow to fix Bootloader Unlocked Warning issue :

  1. Download the Param file and move it to download folder (internal storage).
  2. Download terminal (you can use termux).
  3. Start terminal and gain root access using "su".
  4. Type / copy this command into the terminal -
Code:
dd if=/storage/emulated/0/Download/up_param.tar of=/dev/block/platform/13520000.ufs/by-name/up_param

  • Now simply reboot to recovery or system.
  • Mission accomplished.

(in this case the param file is only for Samsung Galaxy M30s, if you want it for your device message me on telegram or comment below)
Splash screens for other devices :
  1. Galaxy A22
  2. If you want it for your device comment below..​

Conclusion :

In this post I have talked about How to remove bootloader warning. Tell us What You Say About The Post by commenting and if you have any questions then comment below.

Reference :
Razs Originals!
 
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Hello i cant found this folder in galaxy Tab s7+
1. Make folder on your desktop and Open 2 command line programme windows in that directory.

2. choose one window and run this commands

adb shell su dd if=/dev/block/platform/13540000.dwmmc0/by-name/PARAM of=/sdcard/PARAM.bin bs=4096

if you failed, report me I'll send you another way

3. goto second command line window and run

adb pull /sdcard/PARAM.bin
 
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Bootloader warning ⚠​

Have you recently unlock your bootloader and want to remove Warning Bootloader Unlock message that comes every time when your device is starting up? Then not worry this article is for you. This tutorial gives you the detail view of How to remove Warning Bootloader Unlocked message from your andriod devices.

What you need?​

  1. Your device.
  2. Terminal (termux recommended).
  3. Magisk patched recvory (you just need root for one time).

Steps to follow to fix Bootloader Unlocked Warning issue :​

  1. Download the Param file and move it to download folder (internal storage).
  2. Download terminal (you can use termux).
  3. Start terminal and gain root access using "su".
  4. Type / copy this command into the terminal -
Code:
dd if=/storage/emulated/0/Download/up_param.tar of=/dev/block/platform/13520000.ufs/by-name/up_param

  • Now simply reboot to recovery or system.
  • Mission accomplished.

(in this case the param file is only for Samsung Galaxy M30s, if you want it for your device message me on telegram or comment below)
Splash screens for other devices :
  1. If you want it for your device comment below..​

Conclusion :​

In this post I have talked about How to remove bootloader warning. Tell us What You Say About The Post by commenting and if you have any questions then comment below.

Reference : Razs Originals!
Hi, can you make a splash screen for the A22? I'm bad at using Photoshop to make my own. Thanks in advance :)
 

Mohamedkam000

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Hi, I'm using A70, which has a Snapdragon chip, I did notice the devices you mentioned has Exynos/MTK. Can it work on SD?

I did pull param (there's no up_param), but I have no idea what to do to patch it (you did not complete your tutorial at #4 comment). So should I upload it or something?
 
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Hi, I'm using A70, which has a Snapdragon chip, I did notice the devices you mentioned has Exynos/MTK. Can it work on SD?

I did pull param (there's no up_param), but I have no idea what to do to patch it (you did not complete your tutorial at #4 comment). So should I upload it or something?
Extract it using a tool for opening archives (WinRAR, 7Zip, etc.), you will end up with a bunch of picture files. Edit these using a program like PhotoShop and repack the files into one archive, make sure you did not change the dimensions and that there are no folders inside. Opening the repacked archive should show the pictures directly and not having to open a folder inside the archive. Use dd or Odin to replace the existing param. If you're using Odin, ensure it is named exactly what partition you're replacing inside the archive or it will end up with the "Unassigned file" error.
 
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As an experiment, I filled the boot_warning.jpg black and the svb_orange.jpg was replaced by a copy of logo.jpg but resized to the dimensions of the originally svb_orange (1800x936). I only get a black screen at boot with the words vbmeta and boot in the top left corner, and skips to logo.jpg without anything between (still booted fine, though). No idea what went wrong.
 
Hi, I'm using A70, which has a Snapdragon chip, I did notice the devices you mentioned has Exynos/MTK. Can it work on SD?

I did pull param (there's no up_param), but I have no idea what to do to patch it (you did not complete your tutorial at #4 comment). So should I upload it or something?
Unfortunately I don't think there's a way to remove the bootloader waring in snapdragon devices.
 
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As an experiment, I filled the boot_warning.jpg black and the svb_orange.jpg was replaced by a copy of logo.jpg but resized to the dimensions of the originally svb_orange (1800x936). I only get a black screen at boot with the words vbmeta and boot in the top left corner, and skips to logo.jpg without anything between (still booted fine, though). No idea what went wrong.
Send me your param file I'll edit it
 

Pathor

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I have a galaxy tab a 2019 model (sm-t510). Would someone able to alter the param file for mine and let me know which one to use? Thanks!
 

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    Hi, I'm using A70, which has a Snapdragon chip, I did notice the devices you mentioned has Exynos/MTK. Can it work on SD?

    I did pull param (there's no up_param), but I have no idea what to do to patch it (you did not complete your tutorial at #4 comment). So should I upload it or something?
    Extract it using a tool for opening archives (WinRAR, 7Zip, etc.), you will end up with a bunch of picture files. Edit these using a program like PhotoShop and repack the files into one archive, make sure you did not change the dimensions and that there are no folders inside. Opening the repacked archive should show the pictures directly and not having to open a folder inside the archive. Use dd or Odin to replace the existing param. If you're using Odin, ensure it is named exactly what partition you're replacing inside the archive or it will end up with the "Unassigned file" error.
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    Bootloader warning ⚠​

    Have you recently unlock your bootloader and want to remove Warning Bootloader Unlock message that comes every time when your device is starting up? Then not worry this article is for you. This tutorial gives you the detail view of How to remove Warning Bootloader Unlocked message from your android devices.

    What you need?

    1. Your device.
    2. Terminal (termux recommended).
    3. Magisk patched recvory (you just need root for one time).

    Steps to follow to fix Bootloader Unlocked Warning issue :

    1. Download the Param file and move it to download folder (internal storage).
    2. Download terminal (you can use termux).
    3. Start terminal and gain root access using "su".
    4. Type / copy this command into the terminal -
    Code:
    dd if=/storage/emulated/0/Download/up_param.tar of=/dev/block/platform/13520000.ufs/by-name/up_param

    • Now simply reboot to recovery or system.
    • Mission accomplished.

    (in this case the param file is only for Samsung Galaxy M30s, if you want it for your device message me on telegram or comment below)
    Splash screens for other devices :
    1. Galaxy A22
    2. If you want it for your device comment below..​

    Conclusion :

    In this post I have talked about How to remove bootloader warning. Tell us What You Say About The Post by commenting and if you have any questions then comment below.

    Reference :
    Razs Originals!
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    Hi, I'm using A70, which has a Snapdragon chip, I did notice the devices you mentioned has Exynos/MTK. Can it work on SD?

    I did pull param (there's no up_param), but I have no idea what to do to patch it (you did not complete your tutorial at #4 comment). So should I upload it or something?
    Extract it using a tool for opening archives (WinRAR, 7Zip, etc.), you will end up with a bunch of picture files. Edit these using a program like PhotoShop and repack the files into one archive, make sure you did not change the dimensions and that there are no folders inside. Opening the repacked archive should show the pictures directly and not having to open a folder inside the archive. Use dd or Odin to replace the existing param. If you're using Odin, ensure it is named exactly what partition you're replacing inside the archive or it will end up with the "Unassigned file" error.