HTC Reviewing Bootloader Policies, Will Provide More Information Soon
HTC hears you. They understand that some of you Android users want to be able to unlock your devices and bend them to your will. Whether it’s a vast majority of frustrated users or simply a very vocal minority, HTC customers have been asking for an easy way to unlock the bootloader of phones. So much so that the company took to their Facebook page to let followers know that they’re looking into the situation.
Thanks so much for providing feedback, we hear your concerns. Your satisfaction is a top priority for us and we’re working hard to ensure you have great experiences with our phones. We’re reviewing the issue and our policy around bootloaders and will provide more information soon. Thank you for your interest, support and willingness to share your feedback. – HTC Facebook
We imagine that the natives have become increasingly restless over bootloaders in the wake of recent findings. It has been reported that their EVO 3D and Sensation handsets were locked up pretty tight, making it more difficult to hack than previous models. And that news came after another player, Sony Ericsson, decided it would make it a breeze to unlock their 2011 products.
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