Bootloader unlock software with support for Microsoft and Nokia Lumia devices that provides for rooting and install of custom ROMs on smart phones.
Windows Phone Internals 2 is a freeware bootloader unlocker app and mobile phone tool developed by Heathcliff74 for Windows, it's straightforward, advanced and reliable.
The download has been tested by an editor here on a PC and a list of features has been compiled; see below.
Unlocks the bootloader on (Microsoft/Nokia) Lumia phones
Windows Phone Internals is a boot unlocker for Lumia phones. After unlocking the bootloader, you can enable Root Access on the phone or create and flash Custom ROM's. I created a short introduction video to show the features of the tool.
Features of Windows Phone Internals
- Access Hidden Features: Enable built-in features not available in the OS.
- Backup Data: Easily create backups of your device data.
- Bootloader Customization: Access options to flash custom ROMs.
- Custom ROMs: Create and flash your own Windows Phone OS.
- Customize Lock Screen: Create custom lock screens with your own images and settings.
- Customize Start Screen: Create your own personalized layout.
- Developer Unlock: Allow access to system-level APIs.
- Enable Root Tools: Customize your Windows Phone.
- Flash Firmware: Update, downgrade and restore device firmware.
- Interop Unlock: Install apps from outside the Windows Store.
- Modify System Files: Make changes to system files and settings.
- Root Access: Make unrestricted changes to your device.
- Unlocked Bootloader: Gain root access on select Lumia devices.
- Update Firmware: Roll back and unlock firmware versions.
Compatibility and License
Windows Phone Internals is provided under a freeware license on Windows from mobile phone tools with no restrictions on usage. Download and installation of this PC software is free and 2.8 is the latest version last time we checked.
What version of Windows can Windows Phone Internals run on?
Windows Phone Internals can be used on a computer running Windows 11 or Windows 10. Previous versions of the operating system shouldn't be a problem with Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows Vista having been tested. Windows XP is supported. It runs on both 32-bit and 64-bit systems with no dedicated 64-bit download provided.