Verizon’s variation of the Samsung Galaxy S III is reportedly delivering with a locked bootloader, much to the consternation of the programmer community. According to XDA forum members who received their gadgets early this week, the bootloader on Verizon’s GS III has been encrypted, rendering it extremely more tough to hack. A user at RootzWiki, nevertheless, claims to have effectively rooted the gadget utilizing a five-step workaround that’s received mainly positive feedback therefore far.
News of Verizon’s locked GS III comes as something of a surprise, specifically in light of the fact that designs from AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint have all delivered with opened bootloaders. We’ve reached out to both Samsung and Verizon for opinion, and will certainly update …
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