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Does ist make sense (is it possible) to lock the bootloader again after flashing to get rid of the annoying message at startup?
 

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#1852
Originally Posted by gaelic View Post
Does ist make sense (is it possible) to lock the bootloader again after flashing to get rid of the annoying message at startup?
As far as I know, this is not possible. Well, technically it is possible but it will prevent your phone from booting since SFOS don't have a kernel signed by Sony. There's a thread over at TJC about that where someone mentioned that, so let's hope Jolla comes up with a solution.

Being able to relock the bootloader would also be great from a security point of view.
 
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Originally Posted by kinggo View Post
isn't that the case with all phones with hybrid tray these days?

No, in the Galaxy S7 you can just glue SD-card and slimmed down SIM card back to back and off you go: dual SIM and 256GB.

Resulting in pretty high end phone specs deserving of Salifish if it wasn t for the stupid glass back.
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