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truely04 07-13-2005 10:52 PM

getting closer to created blacbkerry Unlocking software
 
Just thought i post this up... Lately been working on a IMEI unlocking genarator for the blackberry 7100x. soo far I'm happy to say I'm sooooo close. I'm 19 and a student at M.I.T and have been able to extract some parts of the generator. I have been able to generated 9 of the 16 number require for unlocking. took me about a month to get where I am but I'm happy to say... I"M soooooo damn close... I have check with people that have had there blackberry unlock and my generator is actully working. Just thought I post this up. maybe In a couple of weeks i'll have the complete genarator up for free. thanks for the space...

robkowalske 07-14-2005 12:20 AM

(y) your the man
any ideas for the other providers?
(y)

Soapm 07-14-2005 12:38 AM

That would be soooooooooo coooooooooooolllllllllllllll!!!

truely04 07-14-2005 02:38 AM

sooo far It's only been for the t-mobile 7100t. but I'm pretty sure that there isn't that big of a differene between other providers. I been working to too type of program to unlock the blackberry. one of the programs is base of brute force but In java format so that it will run on your blackberry. I been able to load the the ROM system Config. files off the blackberry and have been able to remove the unlocking try amounts but haven't been able to decode all of how the genarator works. but with the brute force it just keeps on throwing in 16 random digit until the blackberry is unlock... it coudl take days to unlock. I wrote the program but it is still in the trail period with some of my friends blackberry. the only known bug for this program that I'm trying to figure out is that after so many entery of the 16 ramdom numbers it freezes up and autoreboots and delects the program. I haven't been able to succefully unlock and blackberry yet with this method... the other method is the IMEI generator I have been working on with the ROM system data I have been able to extract. I been able to decode parts and have been able to generated 9 of the 16 number with no flaws so far. but there is a option you can turn on if you can load the System Rom config... Rim Handheld byPass. I don't know what it does yet but I"m pretty sure it's a back door to something very important. but so far I would say the brute force Java is about 95 percent done and the Blackberry genarator is about 80 percent done. In a couple of weeks or so I should have it done with the beta out. and then we can all stop getting rip off by those company who charge us outstanding prices to unlock a phone. thanks for the time

romeo0119 07-14-2005 09:11 AM

Keep up the good work young man, we're all exciting

dkhanal 07-14-2005 04:17 PM

You are THE man....wish you all the best...and someday soon, hope to unlock my BB 7100T. :)

diesel 07-14-2005 05:26 PM

with the 7100t, can't you just call tmobile in 3 months after you first get the phone and service and request the unlock codes....and they will give it to you?

joginder 07-14-2005 05:37 PM

Hey, I have requested unlock codes for 2-3 BBs from T-Mo and I still have those codes with me.. let me know if that might be healpful in getting some idea about the algorithm.
-JJ

penguin3107 07-14-2005 06:50 PM

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Originally Posted by dkhanal
You are THE man....wish you all the best...and someday soon, hope to unlock my BB 7100T. :)

You can unlock the 7100t yourself. You just need to have 90 days of service with t-mobile and your account must be in good standing. Just call them and ask for the unlock code and they will give it to you for free.

Wavester 07-14-2005 08:46 PM

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Originally Posted by joginder
Hey, I have requested unlock codes for 2-3 BBs from T-Mo and I still have those codes with me.. let me know if that might be healpful in getting some idea about the algorithm.
-JJ

I also have the unlock code and instruction for my 7290 from Cingular if that will help you determine the algorithm

dkhanal 07-14-2005 10:47 PM

I thought I would need to wait for a year to get the unlock code from T-Mo.
Good to know that its only 3 months...

truely04 07-15-2005 12:40 AM

Just one more thing... Would anyone out there be intersted In a linux Base Os for the Blackberry 7100T.

KweetNiet 07-15-2005 05:13 AM

Is it an idea for you to find out how the profiles in BB work? Maybe you can develop an profile for full bluetooth access. This might be something totally different but would be more helpfull for an greater group of BB users.......

goldbergs 07-15-2005 07:15 AM

What does the unlock code do? Just let you use another carriers SIM CARD?

Soapm 07-15-2005 12:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by KweetNiet
Is it an idea for you to find out how the profiles in BB work? Maybe you can develop an profile for full bluetooth access. This might be something totally different but would be more helpfull for an greater group of BB users.......

True, wouldn't it be nice to sync your PIM via bluetooth? I don't think RIM would allow this cuz it would cut into the BES sales...

sahiljain22 07-17-2005 11:39 AM

ya id love it.. i think linux gives us the freedom of having more apps than RIM does. i have a 7100g (cingular) but have the latest t-mobile firmware installed (2.0.2.32 i think). sadly enough its locked.

Quote:

Originally Posted by truely04
Just one more thing... Would anyone out there be intersted In a linux Base Os for the Blackberry 7100T.


jibi 07-17-2005 12:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sahiljain22
ya id love it.. i think linux gives us the freedom of having more apps than RIM does. i have a 7100g (cingular) but have the latest t-mobile firmware installed (2.0.2.32 i think). sadly enough its locked.

You should realize that the Linux OS would most likely be for a geek such as himself at a college such as MIT just playing around with things for the hell of it and not for the typical user of the BlackBerry handheld. If you thought bugs and reboots were bad now...

corey@12mile 07-18-2005 08:42 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by KweetNiet
Is it an idea for you to find out how the profiles in BB work? Maybe you can develop an profile for full bluetooth access. This might be something totally different but would be more helpfull for an greater group of BB users.......

RTFM... they are all there.

corey@12mile 07-18-2005 08:44 AM

A linux based OS for the blackberry will all but render the device useless for push mail, or BES in general.

It's a nice thought, but virtually impossible.

cd.

KweetNiet 07-18-2005 09:12 AM

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Originally Posted by corey@12mile
RTFM... they are all there.

Then try to unlock these and make them work, this is something more users can benefit from than hacking the unlock code. Most of the time you need a provider anyway, otherwise you don't have an connection. Don't know if it is that important to crack a code if a simple call can do the same. This is really nice for some people who have no good intentions with you're BB (or when you are tired of your provider or BB). The intention of the program is not bad, but it is just fooling around and probably more exciting than developing an actual need.

Don't misunderstand me truely4, it must be fun cracking codes, but than again, how helpfull is it..........


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