For those of you who don`t know, the bootloader is the code responsible for launching the operating system and its kernel on the device. Normally, the bootloader only loads boot images signed by the device manufacturer. With an unlocked bootloader, you can install boot images that are not signed by the device manufacturer. This includes custom images needed to boot an AOSP-based ROM, boot images patched to support Magisk root, and much more. Unlocking the bootloader on smartphones from Google, OnePlus, Essential, Razer and some other device manufacturers is as simple as plugging your phone into a PC, enabling "OEM unlock" in the developer`s options and then entering a few fast-boot commands (presqueboot is a protocol for sending commands from a PC to your device`s bootloader), while your phone is in the bootloader menu. Other devices require that you be able to have a device-specific unlock code before unlocking the bootloader. Normally, requesting a bootloader unlock code involves filling out a form with your IMEI, account information, and other details. Huawei has previously provided such a form, but they closed it at the end of July. Here`s to perform the unlock. If you have not cut the connection and your phone is still in fast-boot mode (If your device is not in fast-boot, repeat step 2). Unlocking the bootloader on a Huawei or Honor device is not as simple as on Google or OnePlus devices, but not a difficult process. On Huawei and Honor devices, you need to purchase a bootloader unlock code if you want to unlock the bootloader.
On the page where you can request a code, you need to enter details about your device and log in with your Huawei account, but it`s a fairly simple form to fill out. Retrieving the bootloader unlock code is usually immediate, unlike Xiaomi devices for which you have to wait 360 hours. XDA "Mini XDA" Unlocking bootloaders is still possible for Huawei and Honor devices, but it costs you the modding of our smartphones and tablets, this is the challenge of XDA. On our site are the largest forums for Android enthusiasts, who like to tinker with their devices, which sometimes causes conflicts with the companies that make these devices. Some companies like Google and OnePlus are fashion-friendly, while many others turn a blind eye to our community. However, other companies are harshly opposed to the ability to modify the software on their devices because they feel threatened by third parties that damage their reputation.