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Nexus 7, Cant unlock bootloader with command prompt, PLEASE HELP!
HELLO GUYS! I HOPE YOU HELP ME WITH MY PROBLEM.
A few days ago my tablet ran out of battery, so when I connect it to the wall charger, and a couple of hours passed, i turned it on again, it was stuck on the GOOGLE logo and no further that, the GOOGLE logo with the same options of the fastboot mode.
I did some research and found this to be a known issue, so I have to unlock my bootloader and flash a new image to my nexus 7.
I can get access to FASTBOOT MODE perfectly. And my USB fastboot drivers are installed correctly. When i put the command
It works perfectly founding my device as well showing me its serial number.
My problem is that I cant unlock my bootloader, and i judt dont know why.
This is the command to unlock the bootloader I tried:
"fastboot oem unlock"
When i press enter, suddenly pops a window in my tablet asking me if Im sure to unlocking bootloader and avoid warranty. When i press YES.
This is the result:
On my device in fastboot mode, it just shows at the top "unlocking now......" and nothing else happens.
(bootloader) erasing userdata...
(bootloader) erasing userdata done
(bootloader) erasing cache...
(bootloader) erasing cache done
(bootloader) unlocking... FAILED (remote: (Unknown error code))
Does anyone have a clue what might be wrong?
Is it the END for me?