Huawei Technologies Co, Ltd is a Chinese multinational networking and telecommunications equipment and services company headquartered in Shenzhen, Guangdong. Huawei makes and sells a lot of different smartphones, and it can get quite confusing for consumers who might want to buy one for themselves. Android is a Linux-based operating system which is quite feasible to tweak.However, to get control over your Huawei Android device, you need to get root permissions on your device. Once you run your device, you can do almost anything by removing the entire OS to modify the different parts of the OS. Without touching a piece of code, you can establish expert frameworks as Moses to change the look and feel of your device. Most Android devices come with a locked bootloader, so you have to unlock the bootloader before doing anything. Huawei’s smartphones come with a locked bootloader, but it’s easy to unlock them.
Today, we see how Huawei shows a bootloader on the unlock device.RequirementsEnsure that your device has at least 70% charge.Install ADB & Fastboot On Your computer.Install USB drivers as well.Go to Settings » About phone » Build number and tap it 7-8 times to enable Developer options on your device.
Then go back to Settings » Developer options and Enable “USB Debugging” and “OEM unlocking”.How to Unlock Bootloader on Huawei DevicesFirst of all, you need to create a Huawei ID on this page.After creating a Huawei id, Login to this page.It will ask you for product ID, IMEI number and model number. You can get the required product ID and IMEI number using USSD codes:For product ID, dial “* # * # 1357946 # * # *”.
For IMEI number, dial “*#06#”.After entering the required information and submit, you’ll receive an unlock codeNow Connect your Huawei device to Computer.Navigate to the folder where you’ve installed the ADB & Fastboot Folder and press and hold shift then right-click on white space and Select “Open command window here”.Now Use the below command to reboot your device into bootloader/fastboot mode.
adb reboot bootloaderNow in the fastboot mode, use the below command to check if your device is connected or not. It should return your device serial number if everything’s good.fastboot devicesUnlock the bootloader on your device using the below command. This will format your entire device. So, make sure you’ve backed up everything on your device.fastboot oem unlock