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Scotsman828

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If there is an OEM Unlock toggle in Developer Options. Put the phone in Bootloader Mode, fire up Fastboot and send this command: fastboot devices (be sure to click the allow connection on the V60 screen)
What was the reply?
If you got a reply with your device fastboot #, then input this command: fastboot oem unlock
 
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Jed!Master

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If there is an OEM Unlock toggle in Developer Options. Put the phone in Bootloader Mode, fire up Fastboot and send this command: fastboot devices (be sure to click the allow connection on the V60 screen)
What was the reply?
If you got a reply with your device fastboot #, then input this command: fastboot oem unlock


I think they block that command or else it would have been posted?
 

stephendt0

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Just got my hands on this phone, sadly it seems there is no working custom recovery for it yet :( looking forward to testing it out.

Edit: Would it be possible to flash a GSI even though we don't have a working recovery?
 
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Jerry08

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Well, I've got twrp with working decryption on stock rom.
Screenshot_2021-02-21-07-37-32.png
But still will need some testing to do. Also I'm waiting for European v60 R kernel than I will try to build some rom.
 
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It seems like there's a variant of the V60 that can be bootloader unlocked (the Euro ver.) and back when I had the V30 we did something similar where you would have to convert your NA variant (Or any variant that was not listed in LG's official bootloader unlocking site [EXCEPT T-MOBILE]) to the supported variant's firmware then flash the unlock.bin file.
I dont know how useful this will be for the V60 though, just sharing my previous experience :) just too scared to test this method on my daily driver.
Hello everyone, I am from Vietnam. I am buying a variant of LG V60 ThinQ in the Taiwan market with its model number: LMV600EA.ATWNCB

Everyone can refer to it from the following link: https://www.lg.com/tw/support/product/lg-LMV600EA.ATWNCB

md07506287-350x350.jpg


As far as I know, the list of supported bootloader unlocked devices includes LG V60 but it is in the European market in supported devices tab at the following link: https://developer.lge.com/resource/mobile/RetrieveBootloader.dev

I asked myself that: Assuming, if it can't be unlocked bootloader then will it be able to be unlocked by flashing Europe firmware as the following V600EA20c? https://lg-firmwares.com/downloads-file/24767/V600EA20c_00_COM1_EU_OP_0219
 
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jwarrior319

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Hello everyone, I am from Vietnam. I am buying a variant of LG V60 ThinQ in the Taiwan market with its model number: LMV600EA.ATWNCB

Everyone can refer to it from the following link: https://www.lg.com/tw/support/product/lg-LMV600EA.ATWNCB

md07506287-350x350.jpg


As far as I know, the list of supported bootloader unlocked devices includes LG V60 but it is in the European market in supported devices tab at the following link: https://developer.lge.com/resource/mobile/RetrieveBootloader.dev

I asked myself that: Assuming, if it can't be unlocked bootloader then will it be able to be unlocked by flashing Europe firmware as the following V600EA20c? https://lg-firmwares.com/downloads-file/24767/V600EA20c_00_COM1_EU_OP_0219
Thats the European model. LMV600EA in the first part pf the model number you posted. The second part is sub model identifying the carrier, region, etc.
 

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    Well, I've got twrp with working decryption on stock rom.
    Screenshot_2021-02-21-07-37-32.png
    But still will need some testing to do. Also I'm waiting for European v60 R kernel than I will try to build some rom.
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    No root, no recovery= no development... Unless someone comes up with some nice Dual screen apps
    Hello

    I have managed to extract the boot.img from the kdz file and patched it with Magisk. I now have an operating rooted LG V60 LMV600EA.
    Regards,
    Olavbson
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    No root, no recovery= no development... Unless someone comes up with some nice Dual screen apps
    Getting decryption working in custom recovery is giving me a headache. But I did not give up yet.

    And root? No problem with that, I'm having magisk since long time...
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    Fantastic to see TWRP on this device finally. Has anyone else tried it on their own LG V60? If I could get TWRP working I'd love to be able to install MicroG and Magisk.

    Edit: Also a download link to an image file would be nice if anyone has it :)
    You have to wait till I fix USB port in my v60. Than when I'll boot custom rom, I'll release ofox and maybe kernel. Patience guys...
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    It seems like there's a variant of the V60 that can be bootloader unlocked (the Euro ver.) and back when I had the V30 we did something similar where you would have to convert your NA variant (Or any variant that was not listed in LG's official bootloader unlocking site [EXCEPT T-MOBILE]) to the supported variant's firmware then flash the unlock.bin file.
    I dont know how useful this will be for the V60 though, just sharing my previous experience :) just too scared to test this method on my daily driver.
    Yes, european versions(mine) always get bootloader unlock. But from what I know it's impossible to unlock any other versions untill someone find an exploit. And since v60 isn't very popular I doubt there will be unlock for any other version of it(about european).