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Old 02-25-2013, 02:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I would like to remove the activation required that's on my blackberry 9930 screen. I desperately need the starting address and the length to read the memory. Can someone please help me!!!!
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Thanks for the information: however, I saw on Youtube where you can use Unicdma (a software) to read the phone's memory. I downloaded the software: however, I am stuck because I need one piece of information: it's the starting address and the length. Those are specific numbers that you place into Unicdma in order to read a specific area of the phone's memory! Can anyone provide me with that information; it's a 9930 blackberry from Sprint! Thanks once again!!!!
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Thanks for the information: however, I saw on Youtube where you can use Unicdma (a software) to read the phone's memory. I downloaded the software: however, I am stuck because I need one piece of information: it's the starting address and the length. Those are specific numbers that you place into Unicdma in order to read a specific area of the phone's memory! Can anyone provide me with that information; it's a 9930 blackberry from Sprint! Thanks once again!!!!
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Thank you very much for the information!!!!!!
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