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Unlocking Cingular 3125

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I'm running it directly on the phone - perhaps i'm doing it wrong? here's how i do it:

open activesync 4.1

there's an explore option on the active sync - click on that (which is the phone)

then drop the regedit.exe file there - is thaot correct?

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ok - now when i change the value data, after restarting the phone, the value went back to the original values - and nothing happened, phone is still locked. What am i doing wrong?

THanks for all the help.

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i need help with my phone cuz i mean i did everything the registry stuff and it worked the settings stay the same but i mean how do u unlock the phone and also i used this stuff for the 8125 i have and this unlock comes up but theres two of them do i need to put in the unlock code inthe the unlocking screen when it comes up when i out another sim into that phone or what do i do ..?

i need help unlocking my 3125 aswell

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Welcome to the site. The registry changes are to application unlock the phone. To SIM unlock, go to www.imei-check.com

You may want to look into some typing/punctuation/english classes as well! :)

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Hi,

I used registrySTG to modify 3125 registry. First it looked like it took the values. However after reboot (remove battery) all values came back to originals. Am I missing anything?

Thanks

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Roma!

Thanks so much!!!!!

I followed your instructions and now that little CheckLock program says that my 3125 is unlocked!!!!

Thanks!!!!!

-Dawn

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