[HOWTO] Remove The Unlocked Bootloader Warning | Galaxy Tab S6 lite

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Bootloader warning ⚠

After the unlock of the bootloader, you have probably noticed the logo has been replaced by a Warning message...

Here is the solution to remove Bootloader warning Unlocked message from your Galaxy Tab S6 lite.

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 -
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 Tab S6 Lite, if you want it for your device message you may comment below)
Splash screens for other devices :
  1. Galaxy Tab A7 Lite
  2. Galaxy A22
  3. 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.
 
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7GHz

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Sep 25, 2021
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Thanks but I would rather say this is not a 'removal' solution but a replacement of the warning boot images.

And this could be done by simply opened 'up_param.bin' file with any zip program or 7zip. Extract those warning files, edit it to your own preferences or simply edit/replace supposed image files.
 
Thanks but I would rather say this is not a 'removal' solution but a replacement of the warning boot images.

And this could be done by simply opened 'up_param.bin' file with any zip program or 7zip. Extract those warning files, edit it to your own preferences or simply edit/replace supposed image files.
Yea i know ryt, I've did the same way buddy!
 

lightmastertech

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Can you upload it for SM-T220 - Galaxy Tab A7 Lite (2021 8.7")? The site you linked to says it works for any Samsung device, just need to modify `up_param.tar`, but doesn't say what needs to be changed with that file or where it is. I can only find `up-param.bin.lz4`.
 
Can you upload it for SM-T220 - Galaxy Tab A7 Lite (2021 8.7")? The site you linked to says it works for any Samsung device, just need to modify `up_param.tar`, but doesn't say what needs to be changed with that file or where it is. I can only find `up-param.bin.lz4`.
Ohh okay I'll make another guide regarding how to modify the param file
Also if you want it for your device just msg me on telegram with your bl folder
 

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    Bootloader warning ⚠

    After the unlock of the bootloader, you have probably noticed the logo has been replaced by a Warning message...

    Here is the solution to remove Bootloader warning Unlocked message from your Galaxy Tab S6 lite.

    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 -
    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 Tab S6 Lite, if you want it for your device message you may comment below)
    Splash screens for other devices :
    1. Galaxy Tab A7 Lite
    2. Galaxy A22
    3. 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.
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    It has worked very well for me...
    Thank you so much for everything.
    All the best.