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How To Unlock The Bootloader On The Blu Life One X2

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Before you can root or even install a custom recovery on most smartphones these days you need to unlock the bootloader to even do so. OEMs lock their bootloaders to prevent people from modifying their devices and acts like an extra layer of security. With that said, unlocking the bootloader is always the first step.

Here at Blox2.com we have made these guides as easy to follow to prevent any user error. With that being said, please understand that Blox2.com or any affiliates are NOT responsible for any damages or bricks. These guides, download links, softwares, etc, are for the Blu Life One X2 ONLY

 

Step 1: Activate "Developer options" by tapping the android version in the settings around 7 times.
Step 2: Go into "Developer Options", 5th row down you with find the option OEM unlocking. Turn this feature on.
Step 3: In Command Prompt run "adb reboot bootloader" Your phone will reboot and sit on the Blu bootup animation.
Step 4: Verify fastboot is connected to your device with "fastboot devices"
Step 5: In command prompt run "fastboot oem unlock"
To verify the bootloader is indeed unlocked run the following while in bootloader mode: 6. Verify you are unlocked with the command "fastboot oem device-info"

4 thoughts on “How To Unlock The Bootloader On The Blu Life One X2

  1. Jaume says:

    Step 1 is not accurate. It says:
    “Step 1: Activate “Developer options” by tapping the android version in the settings around 7 times.”
    However, that brings up the Marshmallow game easter egg. Instead, it should say
    “Step 1: Activate “Developer options” by tapping “Build number” in the settings around 7 times.”

    Or, to make it more specific:
    “Step 1: Activate “Developer options” by entering Settings. selecting “About device”, then tapping “Build number” around 7 times.”

    1. ieatgravity says:

      Thank you. Will update

      1. Jaume says:

        Thank you for all your hard work on this. I’m a noob to this and am benefiting from your efforts. Thanks

  2. Ramiro says:

    Hi! I followed steps, and at number 5 I get:
    FAILED (remote: need wipe userdata. Do ‘fastboot oem unlock-go’) finished. total time: -0.000s
    Can you help me? Thank you!

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