How To Easily Unlock Samsung J2 Prime Bootloader

If you want to Unlock Samsung J2 Prime Bootloader, then we have got you covered here. We will go through all the steps which are required to unlock the bootloader on Samsung Galaxy J2 Prime. Like most of the Android devices, Samsung J2 Prime also comes with a locked bootloader but Samsung allows users to unlock it.

The Samsung Galaxy J2 Prime features a 5-inch Capacitive touchscreen (540 x 960 pixels, 220 ppi) display. It is powered by a Quad-core 1.4 GHz Cortex-A53 CPU processor paired with 1.5 GB RAM. It has 8 GB internal storage with microSD support(up to 256 GB (dedicated slot).

It sports an 8MP rear camera and supports Wifi, GPS, 3G and 4G LTE. It packs in a Removable Li-Ion 2600 mAh battery. It runs Android OS, v6.0 (Marshmallow) out of the box.

If you are new to rooting, then you should know that Unlocking bootloader of an android device is the first and most important step in android rooting process. First users have to unlock the bootloader, then they can install TWRP recovery via Commands. Once TWRP is installed, root can be gained by flashing the supersu or magisk via TWRP recovery.

Steps To Unlock Samsung Galaxy J2 Prime Bootloader

Part 1: Enable OEM Unlocking

  • First, enable Developers Options on your device
  • Now Go to Developer Options > Scroll down to OEM Unlock and Enable it.

Part 2: Unlock Bootloader on Samsung J2 Prime

Done!!! You have successfully unlocked the bootloader of your device.

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