Several advanced users who want to unlock the bootloader of their Realme smartphones might have to wait for some time as Realme has halted the Bootloader Unlock Service. The company is updating the Unlock Bootloader service with new security measures and an enhanced user interface. There have been some high-security issues that led the team to suddenly shutdown the server.
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The service is disrupted starting this week and will remain suspended till some unknown time. However, the service will resume after the concerned updates by the team have been installed. Realme ensures that the update will make the whole process reliable and efficient.
The ability to unlock the bootloader paves the way to unlimited customizability and optimization of the respective device. So, it is being ensured by Realme that the service remains secure while ensuring a thorough process that involves a high standard of encapsulation of the user data.
Realme is expected to resume the service soon, as the team is diligently working to complete the required upgrade as soon as possible.
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We expect the system to remain under maintenance for at least a couple of weeks. We will update the story once the service becomes operational, in the meantime enjoy new wallpapers of the Google Pixel 7a in QHD+ resolution.