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

    • Hoa Tran TOMBALL, TX
      • about 11 hours ago

      Traveling international.

    • Nimish Desai TIMONIUM, MD
      • about 21 hours ago

      AT&T cannot force us to use their networks.

    • Leena Shah EAST HANOVER, NJ
      • about 22 hours ago

      Freedom of device we pay for

    • Ryan Carlson GILROY, CA
      • about 22 hours ago

      I am an at&t customer, and the device is mine. If AT&T wishes for me to continue to use att service, i should be allowed to do whatever i want to my own device regardless of warranty.

    • Jason Seidman LOS ALAMITOS, CA
      • 2 days ago

      If I wanted a locked device, I would buy an iPhone. I always thought Android was open, what happened? Please allow users to root and customize their phones however they want.


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