Learn here how to enter into bootloader mode of samsung galaxy S2 skyrocket 4G I727.
Android bootloader has been defined as a programming code that gets executed automatically before you run the operating system. Bootloaders vary from one device to another as every device has its own bootloader which works as an instruction mechanism to the operating system kernel and instructs them from where to boot. However, Android being an open source platform is equipped with separate hardware specs which make bootloader classer different from one another.
Even though Android is an open source, one can still see that the bootloader is generally locked on each and every device. The reason to keep it locked is that the manufacturer wants that the user must remain on the platform that has been specifically designed for that particular device. Manufacturers do not want the users should modify the security settings of their operating system. This is the reason it is imperative for us to unlock the bootloader before the Custom ROM can be installed.
The one reason why Samsung has been such a preferred choice amongst the users is because the process of rooting their device is readily available on the internet. This is what makes unlocking of its bootloader a simple and relatively easy process. The first step to rooting any device is by installing Custom ROM and kernels which cannot be done until the bootloader has been unlocked. If you want to enhance the performance of your handset or remove unwanted applications from your phone’s memory or even lift the factory restrictions then the best way to do it is by unlocking the bootloader.
This tutorial will help you understand how to enter into bootloader mode of Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket 4G I727 and must not be used on any other device as it has been specially designed for this one. Before you begin bootloading your Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket 4G i727, you must disable all the security programs and antivirus in your handset as well as the PC. Take a backup of all the important files and make sure that the handset has been charged to at least 80% battery.
Here are the steps to help you unlock the bootloader of your device
Step 1: Press the volume button down of your Samsung Galaxy and now press the power button. Make sure that you are pressing both the buttons simultaneously.
Step 2: Wait until the screen of your handset turns completely black. Now release the power button but still continue hold the volume down button.
Step 3: Your device will now boot into bootloader mode and you would be able to see different options in the bootloader menu that are related to many different kinds of function.