I want to, like everyone, safely install a custom ROM. I have my phone rooted, ClockWorkMod is installed and all that good stuff. Now, how do I check if the bootloader is locked on my Samsung Transform Ultra (Boost Mobile)? How can I then, if it is not unlocked (the bootloader), go about unlocking it? I've searched everywhere I can think and on here. I see countless posts referring to rooting and how to install custom ROMs , but NOTHING about either unlocking the bootloader or checking if it is already unlocked so you can safely do so... So, anyone have any hints or clues?
Oh, and is there a ROM I can install without unlocking the bootloader for this phone? I thought it might be possible if the ROM supported this locked bootloader.
Phone/Model Number: Samsung Transform Ultra (SPH-M930BST)
Carrier: Boost Mobile
Android Version: 2.3.6
Baseband Version: S:M930.02 x.FF27
Build Number: GINGERBREAD.FF27
Kernel Version: 18.104.22.168
Rooted, has ClockworkMod installed. Terminal, Root File Explorer and other tools installed.
Worth Mentioning?: I had this same phone, but Sprint. Followed instructions to Install a MegaTron ROM, it seemed to successfully install, but failed to restart and it was bricked. I just wanna be sure it's safe on the current one I have and not mess up the bootloader.