Asus Transformer Prime Bootloader Is Locked And Encrypted, Show Your Outrage!
The bootloader of the Asus Transformer Prime tablet is locked and encrypted, as forum member di11igaf has found out. What’s more: the AES-128 encryption, used by governments worldwide, is practically impossible to crack. The only hope of unlocking the bootloader, thereby, lies in Asus. And HTC, which similarly began to lock its bootloaders back in May, eventually backed off in face of massive protests, providing a web-based unlock solution.
So, let’s all show our outrage for Asus to make them follow in the footsteps of HTC, shall we? Jump right into the forum thread to find out how!
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