Unlock OUR Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Bootloader!
  • Petitioning Randall Stephenson

This petition will be delivered to:

Randall Stephenson
President and Chief Executive Officer - AT&T Mobility
Ralph de la Vega
Senior Executive Vice President, AT&T Technology and Network Operations
John Donovan
Group President and Chief Strategy Officer
John T. Stankey

Unlock OUR Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Bootloader!

    1. John Blair
    2. Petition by

      John Blair

      Wake Forest, NC, NC

AT&T, in choosing to intentionally lock the boot loader on this device, as well as others, is essentially denying us the ability to use OUR devices the way we need to, and prefer to. The success of Android, and one of the primary reasons it has overtaken all other mobile device operating systems is that it is FLEXIBLE. It's very raison d' etre is to be CUSTOMIZABLE - and it is the reason that the DEVELOPMENT COMUNITY has embraced it, and contributed to it in immeasurable ways. Any doubt that this SIGNIFICANT group has added so much to Android's success can be resolved by simply searching the internet for the  fixes, creations, new abilities, and improvements to performance, ease of use, style and VERSATILITY of many, many devices from Mobile Hardware companies such as Samsung, HTC, Motorola, etc. 

The current inability of ONLY the AT&T and Verizon versions Galaxy Note 2 to accept custom firmware is already dissuading some from buying this phone, and even causing others to consider returning devices that they have recently bought. Many of these people are turning to the T-Mobile version, which, incidentally works on YOUR NETWORK. Wouldn't AT&T prefer to have these people on AT&T devices? 


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    Reasons for signing

    • michael heinsen PLANTATION, FL
      • about 7 hours ago

      its MY PHONE WHICH I PAID FULL PRICE FOR... I should be able to do with MY PHONE what ever I WANT!!!

    • david ramos MEXICO
      • about 9 hours ago

      trabajo con el desbloqueo de equipos

    • Daryl Hill SAN ANTONIO, TX
      • about 13 hours ago

      The more things are locked down the less user friendly they are and limits customization. Also the people on xda usually know how to fix issues encountered where the AT&T employees are clueless. AT&T can also learn how to fix their phones from xda instead of floundering.

    • Chaz mccusker SOUTH SALT LAKE, UT
      • about 23 hours ago

      Because it's our right as owner of the device and not at&t right to think can control something they do NOT own.

    • jose mendez HOUSTON, TX
      • about 24 hours ago

      I bought the note 3 off contract I love it it is a wonderful device but now that I see it has a locked boot loader it really defeats the purpose of running android and giving the flexibility owners deserve to customize as they wish


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