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!!!___ I HAVE NVITEMS READ FROM OMC, IN FTM MODE__!!!

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tilal6991    4,024

What do these locations mean, though? Someone help me out here :)

I got to that stage as well before Orange blocked me but I couldn't figure out what the code meant.

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tilal6991    4,024

This is exciting news! wouldn't flashing an nvitems back up from an unlocked skate to a locked state unlock the latter?

No it doesn't - I've tried. I'm pretty sure the lock itself is in amss.mbn.

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glossywhite    243

No it doesn't - I've tried. I'm pretty sure the lock itself is in amss.mbn.

Yes okay, but I am not so daft as to try and flash stuff to my phone, no offence. I want to decode what my unlock code is, from the hex, without flashing anything at all.

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tilal6991    4,024

Yes okay, but I am not so daft as to try and flash stuff to my phone, no offence. I want to decode what my unlock code is, from the hex, without flashing anything at all.

Yeah - that's probably where I went wrong - I wish you luck :)

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Navie    10

Thanks.

So, anyone work out what the decimal number in my screenshot it?

Glossy...how many attempts have you got left to enter your unlock code and how many were there originally?

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tilal6991    4,024

Well putting 30303030000000 into a hex to decimal converter gave 13563782403981312. Might be worth a punt?

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unrandomsam    39

Yessss! I have read out NVITEMS using QPST on Windows, by putting a clean, brand new OMC into FTM mode:

Look: http://android.modac...ad-all-nvitems/

Looks like what you get when you don't have the sp code right (or the flash code).

At least fairly often (I know of a few instances at least) to read all the nvitems from diag mode you need either a hardcoded sp code

or a device specific flash code (even then you cannot get them all with QPST - Can with Revskills or PSAS though)

(Far too much stuff is all 0000's)

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Navie    10

Well putting 30303030000000 into a hex to decimal converter gave 13563782403981312. Might be worth a punt?

Lol, that's 17 digits.

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tilal6991    4,024

Looks like what you get when you don't have the sp code right (or the flash code).

At least fairly often (I know of a few instances at least) to read all the nvitems from diag mode you need either a hardcoded sp code

or a device specific flash code (even then you cannot get them all with QPST - Can with Revskills or PSAS though)

(Far too much stuff is all 0000's)

Any idea what this code could be for the OMC? What was it for the OSF?

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tilal6991    4,024

Lol, that's 17 digits.

You're right. Just realised that. You can't get a 16 digit number with 3s and 0s.

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Navie    10

You're right. Just realised that. You can't get a 16 digit number with 3s and 0s.

Could it not be a matrix entity?

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tilal6991    4,024

Could it not be a matrix entity?

I have no idea what that means. I will asume it is some sort of maths that is beyond my level.

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