I’ve been running iodé since I got my FP4. Yesterday I wanted to go back to FPOS, so I installed the FPOS firmware and then I read on the forum about the bug that the FP team is ignoring.
I got the sad news get_unlock_ability: 0, but I did also read that it might work to reflash FPOS firmware again and then lock the bootloader before reboot, but when i tried to reflash FPOS I got a red error saying that I have to plug the battery and then try again, but whatever I did I couldn’t get past that message. Somewhere in this mess I locked the critical partition. fastboot oem device-info gives:
FAILED (remote: 'Flashing Unlock is not allowed
fastboot: error: Command failed
So now im stuck with a unlocked bootloader with the critical partition locked and I can’t flash anything with the critical partition locked. Is there any way out of this mess? I’ve been looking in the forums but I can’t find anyone with this exact problem.
Oh, sorry. I read your comment in the wrong way. I executed the unlock command in the screen that pops up when I do a adb reboot bootloader.
I don’t really know what to expect here, but I now have a rooted device. The OEM-setting is still greyed out. I though something like fastboot oem unlock would work, but it seems like it’s not a valid command.