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Old 01-22-2011, 04:33 AM   #13 (permalink)
teradmi
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Thanks for your advice. Just enabled our two BBs 9780 to use UMA. Upgraded via Phones 4 U who give out unlocked phones. Orange assured me that the UMA could not be enabled.

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Originally Posted by cowen1000 View Post
Hi guys,

Thought i'd put a little tut on here on how to enable UMA on a sim free handset.

Firstly, you need to enter engineering screen.

First step is to access to the “Help Me” menu, to do so, on the main screen of the phone hold the following keys : ALT CAPS H (at the same time)

Note: For Pearl and other Sure-type phones press and hold the ALT key (Bottom left) and type E A C E, for Storm, hold the BACK arrow, and tap the screen in the following areas: TOP LEFT, TOP RIGHT, TOP LEFT, TOP RIGHT

Once you got the HelpMe screen you will need to use this gadget

w**.unlockbase.com/widget/blackberry-escreen-keygen.php

Enter details exactly as you see them on your HelpMe screen and press Get My Key

Type the key into the HelpMe screen (you won't see anything that you are typing)

Now you should be in your EScreen

At the EScreen select <Mobile Network Engineering Screens>

Select <Utilities>

Select <Session Manager>

Press the BlackBerry menu button and select <UMA Options>

Press the BlackBerry menu button and select <New>

Enter the following: Display Name: T-Mobile Operator Name: T-Mobile UMA Protocol version: 1.0.3

Unselect <use default UNCS> and enter punc.t-mobileuncs.com use Port: 14001

Unselect <use default SEGW> and enter psgw.t-mobilesgws.com

Select the SEGW certificate named T-Mobile USA, inv. Engineering and Operations CA

You are all set.


Orange Settings

display name: orange uk
operator name: orange uk uma
uma protocol version 1.0.3
provisioning unc address: unc.singlephone.orange.co.uk
provisioning unc port: 14001
provisioning segw address: singlephone.orange.co.uk
SEGW Certificate: Equifax secure certificate authority (the one that has 2 geotrust universal entries after it)


I hope this guide comes in handy. I have enabled UMA on plenty of 9700's etc and it works fine.

Regards

Cowen1000
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