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Verizon's Galaxy S III Is Still Crap, But You Can Pay $600 to Fix It [Verizon]

Technology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

So Verizon made its Galaxy S III inferior by locking its bootloader. This made it harder for users to load custom ROMs—the main reason you'd root your phone. People were upset by this, understandably. Verizon's answer to the mess? O...

Verizon blames Samsung for locked bootloader in Galaxy S III

Technology / Mobile : Engadget: Mobile

Verizon cleared up its stance on locking the bootloaders in phones using its network earlier this year. In short: it encourages OEMs to do so to keep its network humming along as Big Red feels it should. Well, it seems that VZW has ...

Verizon explains locked bootloader stance in letter to FCC

Technology / Gadgets : BGR (Boy Genius Report)

In a response to the FCC following a formal complaint, Verizon Wireless has outlined the company’s policy on locked bootloaders. An irate Droid-Life reader became fed up with the carrier’s consistent locking of bootloaders on its fl...

Shocker: the Verizon Pixel won’t have an unlockable bootloader

Technology / Google : Phandroid

If you're familiar with Verizon and their history with Android devices, this article will not come as a surprise. The bootloaders on the Verizon Pixel and Pixel XL will not be unlockable.

You won’t be able to unlock the Verizon Pixel’s bootloader

Technology / Google : Android Authority

According to leakster Evan Blass and a Google representative, Google Pixel and Pixel XL phones bought from Verizon won't feature unlockable bootloaders.


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