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Old 10-07-2009, 08:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ive wiped my phone about 5 times now with jl cmder and im wondering if i can wipe it "more" per say =/ just take everything out, after wipe/OS reloads it still says goddamn telcel on startup and keeps being locked (got the phone for free after a friend of mine used all the mepp unlocking tries, is there anyway to wipe the phone even further or unlock it some other way?
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Nope.
The carrier splash screen cannot be removed.
If you've used all the unlock attempts, then the device can never be unlocked.
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