Direct bootloader unlock service for eligible Nokia Phones
Our existing bootloader unlock service has been updated! Right now, remote operation is unnecessary, and even Windows is not required too. All you need is a device that supports connect USB device under Fastboot protocol – it can be a regular Windows PC, a Linux PC, a Mac, a Chromebook, a Raspberry Pi or even another Android Phone you own.
Nokia 2.1 2 V 3.1 A C Plus 5 5.1 Plus X5 6 6.1 Plus X6 7 7.1 Plus X71 8 Sirocco 8.1 X7 9 PureView
Please read descriptions for more details.
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So why price reduced again?
We have updated our bootloader unlock method for all existing FIH-made Nokia Android Phones again, and the price has reduced to $6. After we finished our own flash tool, the product police from triple-color company has resigned. Therefore, I think it would be the best opportunity for promoting our updated service.
Does this service requires remote operation?
Not anymore. You can request unlock if you own one of these along with your Nokia phone:
- Windows PC (x86/x64/ARM64 are all supported)
- Linux machine (Any mainline distros are acceptable, including Raspberry Pi, Chrome OS)
- Another Android phone (any brand, any model that supports OTG and latest Google Chrome web browser are OK)
We put users’ privacy at first priority, thus we don’t need any remote operation – you can require remote operation anyway if you want and possible.
What’s the OS requirement of these host devices I need to use?
- Architecture: x86 (32-bit) or x64 (64-bit), basically any generic PC with Intel or AMD CPU.
- Minimal OS Version: Windows 7 Service Pack 1 / Windows Server 2008 R2 with KB2999226 hotfix installed
- HCTSW Care recommends Windows 10 for accepting the service (Windows 10 users don’t need to have KB2999226 installed)
- ARM64 is now supported (e.g. Surface Pro X, ASUS NovaGo), but needs to install our proprietary driver.
Linux distro and macOS users
- Any architecture that still active are acceptable (e.g. amd64, armhf, arm64)
- For Linux distro, it should have a package manager (e.g. apt, dnf, pacman)
- Need to have following dependencies installed:
gawk, grep, xxd, base64, python3, android-platform-tools, pyadb
For pyadb, it can be installed via this command:
python3 -m pip install adb
- For ChromeOS users, Crostini is required
- For macOS users, if you’re unfamiliar with terminal, then your macOS need to have android-platform-tools and Google Chrome installed
Another Android device
It’s OK to use another Android device for accepting this service, once it meets following conditions:
- It can use OTG, which means you can connect another USB device to the Android device
- It can run Google Chrome (at least version 78) web browser. Other web browsers are untested
- You need to use another IM to chat and receive the file, and you can locate the file easily when you get the file