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    Hello I already did thoes steps to unlock my bootloader, I tried to create a custom signed vbmeta.img. But that resulted in failure.... I used this thread from another website to unlock the bootloader
    Wonder why you are looking for help here, and not at Hovatek?
    I have come to the conclusion to no longer participate this thread.
     

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      [email protected]:~/Downloads$ fastboot flash --disable-verity --disable-verification vbmeta vbmeta-sign.img
      target didn't report max-download-size
      sending 'vbmeta' (12 KB)...
      OKAY [ 0.001s]
      writing 'vbmeta'...
      OKAY [ 0.362s]
      finished. total time: 0.364s
      [email protected]:~/Downloads$

      sorry I shouldn't get to exsited I think I just flashed the stock vbmeta.img.
      But is there anyway to test if it is?
      Hello? wait don't leave me now!!
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      Android phones/tablets powered by UniSoc ( formerly Spreadtrum ) chipset can only get bootloader-unlocked if both the vbmeta-sign.img - what contains the public keys - and vbmeta.pem - what holds the private keys - are present on device.
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      this may be new lead pls elaborate

      As I can see I stated it wrong: must read "are present" instead of "are present on device". Sorry for this.

      1. Typically people by means of SPD Research Tool extract existing vbmeta-sign.img, then pass this extracted file to fastboot what rewrites it at its own when you run
      Code:
      fastboot devices
      fastboot --disable-verity --disable-verification flash vbmeta-sign vbmeta-sign.img
      fastboot reboot
      You don't have to create vbmeta-sign.img at your own as you can read elsewhere.

      2. File vbmeta.pem what holds the unlock-token what you get with
      Code:
      fastboot devices
      fastboot oem get_identifier_token
      must get created at your own - see attachment. Once created you rename it to signature.bin and flash it as follows
      Code:
      fastboot flashing unlock_bootloader signature.bin

      HTH
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      OMG I DID SOMETHING
      I flashed the aonly img from
      And It finished and it's booting into lingos os
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