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Old 03-26-2011, 04:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello everybody.The truth my friends is that i don't understand how is possible that i had two days long searching on the internet and in conclusion the only thing i got is that with a BB in hardlocking condition (attempts 0) it is nothing to do. It is dead. You can use it just as a paper weight.

However im not agree at all. There is a way to unlock these phones but the problem is, which one?. I know that it will not be simple (because i have two days working on it and I did a lot of things) but there is one.

I'm completly sure because if there are some like dm3 that you give your phone and they unlocked it obviously because there is a way. They have a solution and my question is why i only read, it is impossible. You have to talk with your operator or with RIM bla, bla, bla...

Anyway my intention here is to hear somebody that he can give an idea or any tip for this problem because it is not only me as i saw there are a lot of people around waiting for a hope to get their phones working.

Thanks a lot for your possible help!!!

P.S. Mine (BB 8900) was because a customer used the 10 attempts beleiving that it was a password to access the phone not an unlocked code (MEP code).

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Old 03-26-2011, 05:03 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You cannot do it yourself.

You need to find a shop that offers DM3 unlocking.

It must be done physically through the USB cable.
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Old 03-26-2011, 08:15 PM   #3 (permalink)
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You cannot do it yourself.

You need to find a shop that offers DM3 unlocking.

It must be done physically through the USB cable.
That is the point. It is possible. I said that because I could change the serial in the flash memory of a BB CDMA phone. I had to do a lot work and I studied a lot too, but i did it. And it is a very complicated proccedure beleive me. The problem is that i have to know how but of course it can be done by ourselves.

If they can, one also. Trough the USB cable is incredible with the appropriate software what we can do. At this time the problem to unlock the newer BB models is that the javaloader won't accept these models, that is it.

I could nuke the phone but i could not clear the mep. If you clear the mep your phone will be unlocked. And the javaloder (using MFI) in the older models can do that. That is the goal you need.

In order to do that I just need the knowledge to change this executable. This is a stuff to do by a programmer. Sadly I'm not one.

That is my big problem. I almost sure what i have to do but i don't know how. But certainly my solution isn't just bringing it to someone else.

Another thing is that i don't accept to throw out a brand new BB 8900 or if I have to pay an extra money leaving it in hands of others by a stupid mistake.

Finally in my country there are not the people of DM3 and i cannot send it to RIM either or at least it would be very difficult an expensive.

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The process you are asking about (changing the serial number) is illegal. We do not discuss that on here. If you ask again, you will be banned.
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The process you are asking about (changing the serial number) is illegal. We do not discuss that on here. If you ask again, you will be banned.
Well Sir. I'm not talking now about change a serial number. I'm not pretending to discuss about it and less i'm asking about it. I think that you didn't read what i wrote. But the truth is that i did it with my own phone and with my own cell number. And i did it because between others i like to learn about a lot of things.

I'm an honest person but if you don't think so you can feel free, banned me. I could understand. In the virtual world this things happen.

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The virtual world?
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Yes, Virtual World, do you like it?. Anyway i'm waiting for some tip if we want to help more than one
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Wow.
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Perhaps you need to find another forum in the Virtual World you live in, that will help you hack your BlackBerry. Goodbye.
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Amazing and as stated before Wow
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Perhaps you need to find another forum in the Virtual World you live in, that will help you hack your BlackBerry. Goodbye.
What can i tell it isn't only me there is a lot of people with the same problem. And i mean a lot.

Maybe it isn't a matter to help me it is a matter to help others.

There is a software solution for a BB hardlocking because there is somebody as DM3 who offered a cable service. Then exits another cable solution called "a box". So it is possible to unlock a hardlocking BB trough USB using a software. That's the point.

Goodbye and thanks for your understanding !
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Get the box and get the software and you will have solved the 'problem'.
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Growing up a bit might also help. Is there an age limit for joining this forum?
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Get the box and get the software and you will have solved the 'problem'.
Yes Motorcycle Mama i'm almost there. I did a lot of things a the truth is that i couldn't unlocked the phone by my own. You are sure that i can unlock a hardlocking phone with the box?. It cost almost $200 and i have to be sure
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You were the one that said that there was a "box". So if you are so sure that it "exists", go get one.

If you can't figure it out on your own, then you should pay someone else to do it for you.
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MM - Would you find such a person in the real world or the virtual world?
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Box? You mean the secret magic box? In the virtual world only the trolls have the magic box, everyone knows that.
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MM - Would you find such a person in the real world or the virtual world?
Well, the virtual world, of course.
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