Bootloader Error Id 1 Miracle Bo [REPACK]
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The following table shows the most common error code (both hex and decimal) depending how the bootloader error codes are formatted. As we have already discussed, the error codes are in hex format and for our convenience we have converted them into decimal format.
This error indicates that you are trying to unlock the bootloader via Android SDK, but it is not a working command for some unknown reasons. The best way to bypass such error, without rebooting your device is to move the FRP Tool (which is bound to be inside the platform tools folder) and run adb reboot bootloader (should be inside the folder where adb is installed).
Now when you run adb reboot bootloader command, you should be greeted by a message saying ‘Rebooting into bootloader’. If you see that message, then it is a good case. Now proceed to unlock the bootloader as per the tutorial.
If you are really in the same folder, then you might be facing a weird issue where the tool is not overriding the existing Android SDK. Another reason behind it is if you were inside the folder where adb is installed in the first place, then you could bypass the error. But the adb windows as of now doesn’t point to the right folder. Another solution for that might be explained below.
Now you will have to take the Hex code from the location in the memory where the linux kernel was loaded at the time of the error. What this does? Here we will see what this error codes means. It means that where the error was detected is a kernel module (represented by all those hex codes) has failed and needs to be re-instituted (as you'll read in The Bootloader Who sucks at its job).
The next thing we need to do is to search for the error code we are working on. All you need to do is to search through Google and find as many codes that are similar to the one you are currently working on, and you will find a lot.
1- Download the Android O.6.0.1 firmware 2- Extract it 3- Open terminal inside the folder 4- Go to the folder and execute the fastboot flashing unlock command 5- You should see the prompt “unlocking bootloader” Warning: Make sure the USB Debugging is enabled and you have the latest adb d2c66b5586