Fix Missing OEM Unlock Toggle On Samsung Galaxy Devices

Samsung has always been one of the most advanced smartphone companies, and it is not new that the company is on the top of the charts, with regards to its sales. As for the new devices that the company has launched, speaking of the S-series, it is indeed a remarkable piece to hold. There have been countless debates conducted regarding which model is better in the series, but for the average users, the devices which are at the latest stage of the series are usually recommended.

But if we talk about those people who are tech enthusiasts, there might be a problem. This is because of the fact that you cannot tweak the OEM features of Samsung devices. If you are one of those people that love to tweak their OS and make custom developments, you would have to unlock the bootloader mode to make any changes on these devices. So, in this article, you would learn about how to fix the missing OEM unlock toggle on Samsung galaxy devices.

Fix Missing OEM Unlock Toggle On Samsung Galaxy Devices

How To Fix Missing OEM Unlock Toggle On Samsung Galaxy Devices?

Given below are two methods that you can use to fix the missing OEM unlock toggle on Samsung galaxy devices. You can use any of these methods, and I am sure that it would work for any Samsung galaxy device, as everything has been experimented upon. To achieve your objective so that it might be easier for you, follow everything as per the steps given below. The methods are as follows:-

● Method #1:- Tweaking the day/date feature of your device.

There are two stages or two modes that you can use to unlock the bootloader mode. These two stages are the RMM Pre-normal and the KG state. The RMM state is also known as a remote mobile manager and the KG stands for Knox Guard. When your phone falls into the stage, it takes a period of seven or eight days to grey out the bootloader mode and unlock the OEM feature.

Now that’s a lot of time. You can push your phone into these stages, but you would have to wait a period of 7 days. Considering the fact that everything on your device is completely operable and changeable, you can even trick your phone to believe that it has gone over a period of seven days. By doing so, you would be able to unlock the OEM feature in a short amount of time. To do this, simply follow the steps below:-

  1. Go to the settings app on your device.

2. Search for ‘Date and time’ in the search about or go to your general management and find this function.

3. Turn off your automatic date and time option.

4. Now you would be able to set your own date and time without having to rely on the internet or your network tower.

5. It is always advisable to set a date, not after 7 days but after 3 to 4 months so that you would be able to trick it fully.

6. Now that you have changed the date, go back and open the first page of your settings app.

7. Mostly, you would find the build number option in the ‘About phone section of your settings. If you do not find the same, you can always search for the same, in the search bar.

8. If you do not find the build number section, in the ‘About phone tab, you would find the same in software information.

9. Tap on the same for about seven to eight times.

10. Once you reach the fifth or the sixth time, you would be greeted by a message which would say that you are now three or two steps away from being a developer. Continue tapping until you reach the developer stage.

11. Once you unlock your developer settings, go to this setting, by searching for the same in the search bar of your settings app.

12. You would find a system update option that has been clicked to automatic update by default.

13. Turn it off, and then go to the software update section.

14. There would be an option to disable the auto-update over Wi-Fi. If you do not have such an option on your phone, you can find it when it says ‘Download Updates Automatically’.

15. Disable the same, and tap on download updates manually.

16. Press the power button for about 7 seconds and you would find your restart option. Restart your device and you will be good to go.

●    Method #2:- Using update check tweak.

In this method, you would tweak your update check and then unlock bootloader mode and toggle on OEM on your Samsung Galaxy device. To do this, follow the steps below:-

  1. Make sure that you complete everything from method one first by tweaking your date and time.

2. Now that you have disabled your automatic date and time, you would be left with the last date of 2 to 3 months.

3. Do not go into the Wi-Fi section of the first method, because in this method you would have to turn on your Wi-Fi.

4. If you do not have a Wi-Fi connection, you can use the same on your mobile network too.

5. Now turn on auto-download, or download updates automatically on your device.

6. Your device would now start checking on new updates available but it would not find any of them since you have changed the date on your phone.

7. Go back and then set the correct date and try again.

8. Once you do this you would be able to unlock OEM mode and turn on the toggle for your Samsung Galaxy device.

Now that you have changed the date of your device, you can easily unlock the bootloader mode, as it would not take 7 days for you to open the same.

Final Words:-

With this, we complete our guide for unlocking toggle on and fixing missing OEM on Samsung galaxy devices. I hope that you like this method and that it works for you. Considering the fact that you would have to follow everything step-by-step, there are images available that would help you to match whatever you are doing with the steps that are provided above.

If you are stuck somewhere with the developer options mode, you can directly retrieve the same by searching for the option on your search bar in the settings app. Sometimes, they are already unlocked on your phone and you don’t need to go to the building and tap on seven times to unlock the same.

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