Bootloader unlock for Nokia phones (downgrade + unlock) after August 2018 update

(50 customer reviews)

449.00

Are you looking to unlock the bootloader on your Nokia Android smartphone? This service is here to help you out. We will unlock the bootloader on your Nokia smartphone, irrespective of the security patch (including Android 10). We offer the service remotely over TeamViewer or other remote desktop apps.

Note: Please order using the email address you can check. We will contact you over email to get more details about your device and your TeamViewer/AnyDesk details.

With this service order you will get:

  • Remote assistance (using TeamViewer or AnyDesk) to downgrade your device’s bootloader.
  • Remote assistance to unlock the bootloader and flash the stock ROM.
  • Basic help post unlocks (example: recover a bricked phone).

100% guaranteed bootloader unlocks. Else we will refund the amount paid.

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Description

This service is to unlock the bootloader on Nokia smartphones running August 2018 or a newer update. Nokia tried to block the unlocks, but there’s always a way.

It is possible to downgrade the bootloader on the updated phones. Once downgraded, the device will accept the unlock key and it can be unlocked. You can update the device again after it is unlocked. The bootloader will not lock automatically by software updates.

Unlocked bootloader is the first requirement before you can root your Nokia smartphone. Once unlocked, you can use TWRP or Magisk patched images to install Magisk and gain root access.

Supported phones for bootloader unlock:

  • Nokia 2
  • Nokia 2.1 (alternate method, no unlock key)
  • Nokia 2V – Verizon (alternate method, no unlock key)
  • Nokia 5
  • Nokia 6
  • Nokia 6.1
  • Nokia 6.1 Plus
  • Nokia 7
  • Nokia 7 Plus
  • Nokia 8
  • Nokia X71

For Nokia 8 Sirocco & Nokia 7.1, check this service.

Check which security patch is installed on your phone

  • On your phone, open Settings > System > About phone.
  • Check the date underneath the heading – Android Security Patch.
  • If it is August 1, 2018 (or anything newer than that), then your device is updated to the new security.

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