If you are owner of a Nexus device and like to play with it, you probably know the BootUnlocker application. So far, however, it was compatible only with Nexus devices, but with the latest update 1.6.1 that has changed. In fact, now also supports OnePlus One, that is so not the first Nexus device to become part of compatible devices. So, OnePlus One owners will know it too. With it, any user with administrator privileges (a.k.a. root) can lock and unlock the bootloader of your device without your data is completely erased from your terminal. Well, now that the year ends, the developer (segv11) has decided to publish an update that will bring interesting news.
The previous version gave support any device presented Nexus from Google Galaxy Nexus, but had a very important gap, that of the two versions of Google Nexus 7. With this latest update solves at least the lack version of this year, since as in other devices processor is signed by Qualcomm. Not so with the release of last year, that have an Nvidia Tegra 3 will probably never be supported by BootUnlocker.
Another novelty in the application is the ability to delete the message warranty which appears in the Nexus 4 and Nexus 5. With the latest OTA this message (Tampered), which already appears on other devices such as HTC bootloader appeared in those who had been modified, but now, thanks to this application will be easy to leave like new factory. In principle nor LG and Google have been no problem in this regard, but it is worth making sure that we shot whether to send the phone in for service.
The app can be found completely free in Google Play and the truth is that makes things much easier when trying to modify the operating system of our devices. How it works? BootUnlocker is an application that allows you to unlock/lock the bootloader of some devices in a fast and simple way, making it affordable for everyone.