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remove Mobile tracker's password

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I have entered a password.

Is there a way to revert it to factory default? Without password set at all?

Mobile tracker is now disabled so I can access the configuration

but it will only allow replacing one password with another, not clearing it.

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I also cannot reset my password. But even at the service center could not do it. On one site I read that this program and the password is stored in a special area of ​​memory, do not change when flashing.

I am not expert in this, but maybe it is possible to reset the password by Riff Box, or by using some utility for brute force password.

Guru, please, help us!

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turn off your phone

dial + power + volume up + lock :mellow:

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turn off your phone

dial + power + volume up + lock :mellow:

Thank You speedfrog.

will try it on next 'overhauling' as this clears it all. :o

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turn off your phone

dial + power + volume up + lock :mellow:

It's hard reset right?

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yes, but if you can dial, use this: *2767*3855#

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yes, but if you can dial, use this: *2767*3855#

If this works, then the protection is useless.

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Hard reset don't work.

I have tried to setup mobile tracker.

when i configuration its asking current password i never put anything before. I tried default password "0000" and "1234", current password always missmatch

but never luck.

How to set it, please advice

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If this works, then the protection is useless.

every time i reflashed a rom(full) with octans tracker was reseted

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every time i reflashed a rom(full) with octans tracker was reseted

so.. for reset mobile tracker we should full reflash (eboot,pda,scs,phone)? what ROM do you mean can explain more.?

than we can change password?

Edited by idrak3
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so.. for reset mobile tracker we should full reflash (eboot,pda,scs,phone)? what ROM do you mean can explain more.?

than we can change password?

Sorry but no. Even after a complete flash of all four parts, password would not change.

Maybe if you mark "Erase NV PDA" option. Only this is NOT recommended as it will erase other

data you do not wish to erase.

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You CAN NOT RESET mobile tracker password only replace it with other when is in switch off mode no mater if you do a hard reset-format your phone-flash with other ROM

and the reason is simple is in different location and only SAMSUNG have the tool's to reset it

the only other way is to replace omnia 2 motherboard with a New One

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You CAN NOT RESET mobile tracker password only replace it with other when is in switch off mode no mater if you do a hard reset-format your phone-flash with other ROM

and the reason is simple is in different location and only SAMSUNG have the tool's to reset it

the only other way is to replace omnia 2 motherboard with a New One

I had try once during flashed a new ROM long time ago, used Octan 2.14, checked the Erase NV PDA checked box. After I had a brand new mobile tracker. Just enter any 4 digit code code and voila.

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I had try once during flashed a new ROM long time ago, used Octan 2.14, checked the Erase NV PDA checked box. After I had a brand new mobile tracker. Just enter any 4 digit code code and voila.

Wouldn't this erase some other data you do not wish to erase?

MAC, IMEI, GSM calibration etc... ?

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