How to Unlock Bootloader on Galaxy S10 – Easy OEM Unlocking!

In this article, I will demonstrate how to unlock the bootloader on the Galaxy S10 smartphone. So, the company launched this smartphone and we are going to demonstrate this tutorial guide. Now, let us directly jump to step by step guide on how to unlock the bootloader.

About Galaxy S10

Here are some of the key features and specifications of the newly launched Galaxy S10 smartphone.

  • Firstly, it has a 6.1 inches display with a resolution of 1440 by 3040 pixels. A total of 550 pixels per inch.
  • And Galaxy S10 also comes with Android 9 Pie.
  • And under the hood, the phone has a Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9820 chipset.
  • The Phone also comes with 8GB Ram and 128GB/512GB Storage. 
  • Furthermore, the camera sensor is – 12MP + 12MP + 16MP triple rear camera and 10MP front shooter.
  • Finally, the battery on the phone is a non-removable 3400 mAh.

MUST READVarious Issues on the Galaxy S10 & How to Fix Them. 

What is Unlock Bootloader? Unlocking bootloader on Galaxy S10?

Unlocking Bootloader on the Galaxy S10 smartphone means accessing the way for installing custom recoveries such as TWRP recovery. Also, rooting your device and installing custom ROMS. Many manufacturers provide smartphones with a locked bootloader and as a result, one need to unlock it before proceeding.  So, Unlocking bootloader is the first step before one can further customize their smartphone.

Pro’s or Advantages of Unlocking Bootloader on Galaxy S10?

Here are some benefits of unlocking the bootloader on the Galaxy S10:

  • Firstly, one can root the smartphone after unlocking the bootloader.
  • And you can install TWRP or CWM Recovery on the phone.
  • Also, you will be able to install various custom Roms on the phone.
  • Finally, if you unlock the bootloader on your Galaxy S10 smartphone, the warranty will be void.

Related Article. Root Galaxy S10.

Let’s unlock the bootloader on the Galaxy S10

Unlock Bootloader Samsung Galaxy S10

  • First of all, charge the phone fully.
  • Next, enable USB Debugging on Galaxy S10 by going to Setting>About>Software>Build Number and Tap on the build number repeatedly so that the Developer mode will turn on.
  • And then go back and click on Developer options.
  • In the developer options, there is an OEM unlock option then enable that option.
  • Furthermore, you will be asked for a full factory reset of your smartphone before unlocking, so make sure to back up your data before proceeding.
  • Tech Droid Tips is not responsible if anything goes wrong with the device. Please do it at your own risk.
  • Finally, you have successfully unlocked the bootloader on the Galaxy S10.
  • UPDATE – Samsung Galaxy S10 snapdragon variant bootloader needs to be unlocked with a different procedure, that variant requires additional steps in order to unlock the bootloader successfully. As soon as the development arise this article will be updated.

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In conclusion, Android versions later than lollipop come with an option of OEM Unlock in the developer options. So, its quite easy to unlock the bootloader on any latest smartphone devices. And Still, some of the smartphones may not come with this option. Hence, in order to unlock the bootloader, you need to manually do it via PC.

Related article. Unroot Galaxy S10 and go back to stock ROM.

If you are encountering any issues regarding bootloader unlocking on Galaxy S10 then do let me know in the comment section below. Furthermore, I will be happy to assist you 😀