Bootloader warning ⚠
Why you see Unloacked Bootloader Warning?
Talking about the latter, the devices are quite active in custom development. From flashing custom ROMs to installing a custom recovery or even gaining administrative access, there’s a lot to try out. But every time you boot the device, you will be greeted with an unlocked bootloader warning message, replacing the stock boot animation screen that you had.
Steps to follow to remove Bootloader Unlocked Warning
There are two different methods through which you could flash a custom boot logo: via ADB Commands or via Odin. You may take any of the two approaches. The only requirement is that your device needs to be rooted. If you haven’t done so, then refer to our guide to Root any Samsung device via Magisk and Odin.
- Download the Param file and move it to download folder (internal storage)
- Download terminal (you can use termux)
- Start terminal and gain root access using "su"
- Type / copy this command into the terminal -
dd if=/storage/emulated/0/Download/up_param.tar of=/dev/block/platform/bootdevice/by-name/up_param
This command will replace the Warning Bootloader Unlocked image with official Samsung logo. You will get a successful message on your command prompt when the above command ran without any errors.
- Now simply reboot to recovery or system.
- Mission Accomplished.
This Method will work for every Samsung devices, you just need to edit the Up_Param.tar file of your device. If you want a customized name on boot or Param file for a different device comment below or message me on telegram.
That's it guys these were the steps to remove the unlock bootloader warning screen on Samsung Galaxy S22 5G (SM-S901), now you will see the official Samsung logo every time when your device is starting up.
If you want a customized name on boot or Param file for a different device comment below or message me on telegram.