CyanogenMod founder Steve Kondik confirms locked bootloader on AT&T's Galaxy S4

CyanogenMod founder Steve Kondik confirms locked bootloader on AT&T's Galaxy S4
Steve Kondik, of CyanogenMod founder fame, confirmed without any doubts that the bootloader of the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 comes locked. Unfortunately, that means it will take more time for developers to unleash the power of custom ROMs on the handset, but they always get there, so no sweat. 

Here are Steve's musings on the locked but not loaded matter, and bear in mind that he recently left Samsung being on the fence with precisely the S4, while just last week he had nice things to say about the HTC One.


source: SteveKondik (G+)

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