How to Enable OEM on Samsung Phones
Just like the USB debugging mode, the OEM release is another indispensable option on all Samsung smartphones. Advanced users and avid modders must know how to enable OEM before starting rooting/modding Samsung devices. Below is the complete tutorial for enabling OEM on Samsung phones with Android 5.0+.
Before enabling OEM, you must activate the Developer options. Only then you can enable OEMs on any Samsung smartphone or tablet .
Unlocking the OEM is a necessary task before you can customize any Samsung device. Once OEM is enabled on the device, then you will be able to perform any customization and unlock the bootloader, root or install custom ROMs.
OEM is a new security feature on all the most recent and upcoming Samsung devices running Android 5.0 or higher. Follow the step by step guide below on how to unlock/enable OEM on Samsung devices.
Enable OEM on Samsung Devices with Android 5.0+
Step 1 Turn on your Samsung device.
Step 2 Go to the “Settings” in the application menu. Find “Developer options” by scrolling down in the settings menu.
Step 3 Tap “About device “. Tap 7 times on “Build Number”. This will allow you to activate the Developer options.
Step 4 Return to the Settings menu and tap on Developer Options.
Step 5 Now search for “OEM Unlock” and tap the check box to activate it.
Step 6 You’ll see a message warning “Allow OEM Unlock”. Touch “Activate” on the popup notification to confirm. Done!