Realme, the successful sub-brand of Oppo, has lifted the lock, responding to requests for unlocking the bootloader for U1.
Realme, the sub-brand of the successful manufacturer Oppo, continues to update its U1, which was released last year. The most noteworthy aspect of U1, which is highly acclaimed in terms of price performance, was the presence of a bootloader lock.
Realme, aware of the situation with the incoming response, promised to release a new update for the U1 and offered the option of unlocking the bootloader for consumers who like to keep their promise. This way, consumers can unlock the bootloader in the way they want and customize them. However, users who are not experienced on the subject will be more healthy not to interfere with the device by unlocking the bootloader.
The update released with the code RMX1831EX_11.A.07 also brings up a new OTA update. Since the OTA update is published simultaneously for all regions, it will take time for each U1 to arrive. The update has not yet started to be deployed, but it is expected that it will reach all devices within a few days.