If you want to know how to unlock the bootloader on your Samsung Galaxy A51, You’re landed on a perfect article. In this blog post, we’ll show you every step and procedure to resolve this matter.
Samsung is the world’s leading brand when it comes to smartphones. You can get a Samsung headset on every budget thanks to technology. However, Samsung recently launched the Galaxy A51 handset that comes with an Octa-core processor and Mali G72 built-in GPU.
With a 6.5″ super AMOLED display, Samsung Galaxy A51 was released in 2019. With Android 10.0; One UI 2 operating system Samsung provided its customers a lot more features at a starting price of 348$.
Unlocking Bootloader on Galaxy A51
You can unlock your device’s bootloader and allow a variety of customizations to your phone.
Step 1: Enable Developer Option Mode
Starting from the first process you have to enable developer mode by heading into Settings-> About Device and going to Software information, Tap 7 times on the build number to enable developer mode. After this process heads back to Settings and goes to Developer Options. You’ll see OEM unlocking tab press Enable OEM. This will allow the bootloader to be unlocked, Before turning it on it’ll give you a warning about protection features but without wasting any time turning it on. Scroll down a bit and you’ll see the USB debugging option, turn it on.
Note: If the OEM Unlocking option does not appear connect the phone to the internet until it appears.
Step 2: Turn Off your Phone
For this step Turn off your phone, Press and Hold the Volume keys together, While pressing connect your phone to your PC with USB Data Cable. Release all keys when the Blue WARNING screen appears.
It’ll show three options:
- Device Unlock Mode
- Cancel (Restart Phone)
Long press the volume up key to enter Device Unlock Mode. On the bootloader screen press volume up key once. The phone will reboot itself.
Note: By doing this process, it’ll void your phone’s warranty.
Step 3: Reboot Your Phone
By pressing the volume up key in the bootloader menu the screen will go blank and your device will reboot.
Step 4: Set up Your Phone
After rebooting, set up your phone without a google account etc. Connect your phone with the internet. Don’t restart or power off until the OEM unlocking option exists and grayed out! To avoid triggers KG State/RMM State Prenormal.
Repeat Step 1:
Enable developer mode by heading into Settings-> About Device and going to Software information, Tap 7 times on the build number to enable developer mode. After this process heads back to Settings and goes to Developer Options.
Open Developer Options. If you cannot see the OEM Unlocking option, wait for 1 minute until it appears.
Step 5: Work done
You’ll see that your bootloader is unlocked and it’ll be grayed out. After confirming it is grayed, restart your phone. Good You’ve successfully unlocked the bootloader for Samsung galaxy a51.
To unlock bootloader samsung galaxy a51, follow every step mentioned above. Note that by doing this step you’ll void your phone’s warranty and may face errors and stuff.