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A new version of the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 was announced in February 2019, with Android 9.0 Pie (upgradable to Android 10), the Exynos 7904 chipset and an IPS display with an unchanged resolution. The rear flash is removed, S-Pen support is dropped and the battery is smaller, while the front camera is upgraded to 5 MP and the speakers are now stereo. Models numbers: SM-T515 & SM-T510.

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Unblocking the bootloader to save device from landfill

I have been asked to save a Samsung Galaxy Tab A from landfill. The device works perfectly and is not damaged in any way. However a Fencing company has blocked the bootloader so that the only app that runs is their own company app. They have provided a new tablet and instructed that this one should be thrown away. The owner quite rightly thinks this is a terrible waste. I have tried a full firmware re-install using Odin, but that changes nothing. If I try to access any other app the message that the bootloader is blocked is displayed. The connection from the tablet to a computer is also blocked by “Company security”. So can anyone help me bypass this corporate software and enable a perfectly working tablet to be used again?

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One way you could restore the tablet to full condition is to replace the motherboard. You can get a new motherboard on eBay for about $58.

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That’s due to Samsung KNOX. The Samsung devices use KNOX to facilitate persistent MDM like Apple has with ABM.

Unless the MDM is released, the tablet is junk.

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It’s junk unfortunately, i’d probably strip it for parts <Besides the motherboard> and sell it or use it for something else. Samsung KNOX is quite persistent.

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