not only, even Symbian!
The last build is 15254.158, came up a few days ago. You don't need this tool to do that.
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The problem is that, to port a rom it has to be the same resolution. You won't be able to port a nexus 5x rom to a 950 since they have different resolutions, unless the rom is aosp, afaik. LG G4 has the same resolution, so does BB PRIV and Moto X Pure Edition. So, those 3 are viable options.
Same problem on my Lumia 950
Seems you are not the only one with this type of issue. I am reading another user on his WPI site has this issue too, but even after entering the recovery key acquired from Microsofts site they still cannot disable it or get past the reset protection screen.
Hey Heathcliff74, Please is there a fix to turn off reset protection after what you software has caused to many Lumia phones? It be nice if you could build a program that does a cross scan between each device IMEI and upon Microsoft Reset protection status site that states on there site that is off which will force it off on a phone that should have been off? Or at least give us something were we can disable Reset Protection. The bypass solution is a pain even though that works. Though not idea to do for any owner of a Lumia especially for us Lumia 950/XL owners.
This software is a "proof of concept" tool which uses dangerous and largely untested techniques on Windows Phones ("Target Devices"). By using this tool the target device may start showing unstable behavior and crashes. There is significant and real potential that irreversible permanent damage will occur on some devices. As such this tool must only be used against target devices which it is acceptable for such damage to occur (for example retired devices used only for test purposes). This tool should not be used against target devices, which are intended as your primary means of telecommunications, because in some circumstances you may not be able to place calls (including calls for emergency services), or you may experience increased data charges. Use of this tool may void the warranty of any chosen target device.
First of all, thanks for the hard work you've put into this. Quick question: If you unlock the bootloader and gain root access, can you remove root access and re-lock the bootloader? (I'm assuming you can, but I'd like to verify). I like the fact W10M is a secure OS. I would only want to unlock the bootloader and gain root access on a temporary basis.