Anonymous, 15 Aug 2019Risky?? lol Using a locked bootloader phone with all Google services on board is more of a ri... moreAs I said, you only compose the minority. As as i said too, not all have the knowledge and time to know all these stuff. So no point imposing it to the manufacturer as if its a must for all these "technically challenged" ppl.
realitychecker, 15 Aug 2019It is just the wants of the minority group. Besides I heard it's risky. Not 100% of smartphone... moreRisky?? lol
Using a locked bootloader phone with all Google services on board is more of a risk that I can't take.
As I said,its not for the technically challenged.
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2019So you know exactly what's in these cooked roms and whatnot?
You know exactly what you're doi... moreSays the guy who never visited xda.
Developers have a reputation to uphold.
Also their chances of working for a company in the future increases with their work being laid out there.
As I said, technically challenged people should keep their phones locked. Manufacturers have no excuse for not giving the consumers an option. All companies give that option. Huawei doesn't.
You simply have no clue about the positive things about having an unlocked bootloader. People like you are unsafe from everything even with locked bootloaders. Heck you can make settings in Android which will stop more than half the spying even on a locked bootloader but I bet you have no clue how to do that.
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2019Why not? Other manufacturers are more than happy to let users unlock bootloaders. Huawei is th... moreIt is just the wants of the minority group. Besides I heard it's risky. Not 100% of smartphone users are techie to know all this stuff.
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2019Some of us know what we do with our phones. We want maximum functionally, future OS support an... moreSo you know exactly what's in these cooked roms and whatnot?
You know exactly what you're doing ? So you've designed , coded ,complied, tested the software yourself? Or you're just using pre designed software from a developer?
You talk like you're gaining an whole new experience when unlocking your phone when all you're doing is opening it up to more attacks, I mean if you don't use your phone for banking , data sensitive emails, etc then I'm sure you're fine, but the average person wanting to use it as a phone , pda, route finder etc then unlocking is pointless
realitychecker, 14 Aug 2019Its a good thing that ppl like you compose of only what? 1% of the entire smartphone users? l... moreWhy not? Other manufacturers are more than happy to let users unlock bootloaders. Huawei is the only one that is locking bootloaders.
We don't want Android to end up like Apple.
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2019Some of us know what we do with our phones. We want maximum functionally, future OS support an... moreIts a good thing that ppl like you compose of only what? 1% of the entire smartphone users? lols. For the majority, they dont even care or even know. Besides, Why should manufacturers focus on this minority?
CptPower, 13 Aug 2019My friend.
For a warranty safe and everythng else bootloader should be always locked and pro... moreSome of us know what we do with our phones. We want maximum functionally, future OS support and privacy.
Unlocking bootloader doesn't void warranty. If you want to claim warranty you can unroot it back.
Manufacturers don't get to lock our phones. It's supposed to be Android which is synonymous with freedom of choice. The entire developer community over at xda is against Huawei locking bootloaders.
Technically challenged people can keep things locked.
Balong 5G modem is less efficient n doesn't support mm 5G unlike Qualcomm's X50
CptPower, 13 Aug 2019Huawei removed it because its iuseless obsolette and 100 mAh more in battery have far more log... moreAnything Huawei does your praise yet if another nine Chinese company has done the same thing you hate it
Anonymous, 11 Aug 2019Huawei Mate 30 with HongMeng OS will be a big hit in China. And also in rest of the world for sure.
Anonymous, 12 Aug 2019 The final and last unveil of the Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro..... the end is coming.You are vry funny but as far as i know the Huawei its not end for huawei but for many others.
If harmony will be sucessfull India and China have 40% of global population. USA and Europe can go nuts.
Mr. Orange greasy haired man too.
Honor Fan., 10 Aug 2019sorry, not gonna buy it because of the lack of headphone jack. is it so difficult to add a sma... moreHuawei removed it because its iuseless obsolette and 100 mAh more in battery have far more logic than 3,5mm hole.
Anonymous, 10 Aug 2019Great phone but the locked bootloaders on Huawei phones is a deal breaker. My friend.
For a warranty safe and everythng else bootloader should be always locked and prohibited to go in and do a changes.
I dont even know who started this idea and why but any custom roms should be banned from use. Just for security reasons for not voiding your warranty and so on.
Anonymous, 10 Aug 2019Your right this phone is going to kill itself dead....Meh you arent funny.
This is going to be best or second best phone of the year along with Nokia 9 pureview with SD855+ and improved camera.
ROG 2 will be third rest of the competition dying out of oxygen.
Macintosh, 11 Aug 2019Huawei bootloader service make it available!!! Hope not.
Voiding warranty and instaling custom bloatware should be always prohibited.