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[Need helpers!] Searching for keyword "simlock" in "mmcblk0" shows things...

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Okay y'all?

#### UPDATE ####

Who's willing to help me with this? I now have my OSD, and I am willing to put in some leg work to find whatever is needed to unlock the OSD, so long as I have some backing from other hackers?

#### /UPDATE ####

Right, back to being British, and earning my keep here (and stuck on Orange... or is it Tee-immobilised?). Okay; I rooted my OSD, and then did:


./adb pull /dev/block/mmcblk0 ./

To pull the /dev/block/mmcblk0 from 'phone to my PC... and then I did...

strings mmcblk0 | grep "simlock"

... and look what came up...

strings mmcblk0 | grep simlock

Enter: func_simlock_virgin_extension

Exit: func_simlock_virgin_extension

b_simlock_data

Enter: func_si_chk_simlock

`Error reading simlock signature from flash

Exit: func_si_chk_simlock

Enter: func_simlock_virgin

Error: func_simlock_virgin_extension failed.

Exit: func_simlock_virgin

Enter: func_simlock_tickets_written

Exit: func_simlock_tickets_written

So, some strings pertaining to SIMlock are *definitely* inside that block device. I'm just flying blind for now, but if anyone else wants to try, and has Linux, I'd recommend:


man strings


... which explains how to run "strings" on a file (our local copy of the mmcblk0) and filter through "grep" to see what transpires. #### EDIT #### More...


$ strings mmcblk0 | grep "si_chk"

Enter: func_si_chks

Exit: func_si_chks

Enter: func_si_chk_virgin

Enter: func_si_chk_valid_system_ticket

Enter: func_si_chk_rnd

Exit: func_si_chk_rnd

Enter: func_si_chk_mid

Exit: func_si_chk_mid

Enter: func_si_chk_simlock

Exit: func_si_chk_simlock

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_sm

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_sm

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_cp

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_cp

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_sp

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_sp

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_ns

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_ns

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_no

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_no

Enter: func_si_chk_imei

Exit: func_si_chk_imei

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_sec

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_sec

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_boot

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_boot

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_test

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_test

Enter: func_si_chks_extension

Exit: func_si_chks_extension

Enter: func_si_chk_restricted_mode

Exit: func_si_chk_restricted_mode


### EDIT 2 ### Even MORE:


$ strings mmcblk0 | grep "virgin"

Enter: func_imei_virgin_extension

SEC module access overrides virgin check

Presence of valid RnD cert overrides virgin check

Exit: func_imei_virgin_extension

Enter: func_simlock_virgin_extension

SEC module access overrides virgin check

Presence of valid RnD cert overrides virgin check

Exit: func_simlock_virgin_extension

s_virgin_mode

Enter: func_si_chk_virgin

Enter: func_simlock_virgin

Error: func_simlock_virgin_extension failed.

Exit: func_simlock_virgin

Enter: func_imei_virgin

Error: func_imei_virgin_extension failed.

Exit: func_imei_virgin




$ strings mmcblk0 | grep "mcc"

$bool, mcc

!aemccc+

0aBmccc

grr_si_in_tbf=not allowed for this mcc

grr_si_in_tbf=this mcc is allowed

.mcc

grr_si_in_tbf=off mcc=all

grr_si_in_tbf=off mcc=0x%.1X%.1X%.1X

3Damcc nitzMcc=%d,mnc nitzMnc=%d

`mcc:%d,mnc: %d

3Da[C-AT]: NITZ mcc write to NVM failed

`mcc:%d,mnc: %d

3Da[C-AT]: NITZ mcc write to NVM failed

` HPLMN EF mcc and mnc are= %02d %02d

dyn_msap_mcc_update_table

dyn_msap_mcc_update_table

dyn_msap_mcc_update_table

nitz_mcc

mcc_table

mcc_list

application/vnc.cmcc.dcd+xml

"application/vnd.cmcc.bombing+wbxml

"application/vnd.cmcc.setting+wbxml

mccmnc

mccmncCode

updateMccMncConfiguration: mcc=

_ZNKSt8time_putIwSt19ostreambuf_iteratorIwSt11char_traitsIwEEE6do_putES3_RSt8ios_basewPK2tmcc

_ZNKSt8time_putIcSt19ostreambuf_iteratorIcSt11char_traitsIcEEE6do_putES3_RSt8ios_basecPK2tmcc

pmcclcoltkunnhkafhprfrkrferpfwlbfvbaftspflahutavtcjctiniserpgilcsvbaswlbstspnlahmvbamwlbtsid

esacltitpmcclcoltrevmunlmunomunpmuntorezcs2cpcms87pj38pj09pj40pjtpxeojohkclndartmantpmisankhankvdiwfdiwhdiwqdiwtdiwpankplatigilragilgilcgildgilhpspctlaplapvkramkmkmnrek


Adios! :D

Edited by glossywhite
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Posted · Report post

Very good glossywhite, keep it up :)

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Hmm, I tried adb pull /dev/mmcblk0 ./ which comes back as file does not exist. I did a search and it shows the file as being in /dev/block/ with a bunch of other similar titled files, however it wont let me pull it(or indeed do anything with it). I might add that I'm SIM unlocked.

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Brilliant stuff must be something flagging it then. I have very basic knowledge but would it be possible for bluemoon and you to compare strings somehow to see the difference? Just my 2ps worth

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Brilliant stuff must be something flagging it then. I have very basic knowledge but would it be possible for bluemoon and you to compare strings somehow to see the difference? Just my 2ps worth

Only if it lets me pull it, at the moment I can't see why I can't. I'm open to suggestions(as long as they're clean :D).
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I Have the same problem, but after waiting about 20 mins it seems to have pulled 5.4g of data and is working.

Only if it lets me pull it, at the moment I can't see why I can't. I'm open to suggestions(as long as they're clean :D).

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OP fixed to reflect

/dev/block/mmcblk0

### A word of caution ###

Do not pull /dev/block/mmcblk0p7 - that appears to be our storage area "/sdcard", and will pull 10Gb+, and likely contain nothing valuable.

Edited by glossywhite
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Miracles through faith in glossywhite :D

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Miracles through faith in glossywhite :D

How kind of you :)

Want to help?

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id love to, however my hacking skills are pretty lame aswell as my usage of the linux os :-/

i will have a try though tommorow night after work :-)

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id love to, however my hacking skills are pretty lame aswell as my usage of the linux os :-/

i will have a try though tommorow night after work :-)

"Good on ya, sport!" ;)

Spread the word - this is one step closer to victory!

Thank you for helping too :)

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Okay, so this string seems to bring up some results:

$ strings mmcblk0 | grep ticket
Shows...



M`Security ticket: %s

Security ticket: Undefined name for security ticket (%d)

Error validating phonelock ticket 0x%08x

Enter: func_system_tickets_written

Error reading the system test ticket from flash

No test ticket definition available

Error reading the bootcore ticket from flash

No bootcore ticket definition available

Error reading the security module ticket from flash

No security module ticket definition available

Exit: func_system_tickets_written

Enter: func_systicket_count_minute

`Global system ticket reset

M`%s[10]:sec_ticket

Enter: func_systicket_data_clear

;N`Exit: func_systicket_data_clear

Enter: func_systicket_count_reset

`Exit: func_systicket_count_reset

Access denied in sec_opcode_flush (ticket 0x%08x)

Access denied in sec_opcode_program (ticket 0x%08x)

Error validating ticket for id %08x

Access denied in sec_opcode_get_hw_details (ticket 0x%08x)

Access denied in sec_opcode_freeze_imei (ticket 0x%08x)

Access denied in sec_opcode_freeze_imiei (ticket 0x%08x)

Access denied in sec_opcode_store_soft_imei (ticket 0x%08x)

Access denied in sec_opcode_clear_sec_area (ticket 0x%08x)

Enter: func_systicket_count_pwrup

Error: Cannot remove ticket

Exit: func_systicket_count_pwrup

Enter: func_systicket_clear_code

Exit: func_systicket_verify_code

Error reseting system ticket counter

Error clearing system ticket data

Enter: func_systicket_verify_code

Error: Wrong ticket id 0x%08x

Exit: func_systicket_verify_code

`Error validating ticket for id %08x

s_valid_system_ticket

Enter: func_si_chk_valid_system_ticket

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_sm

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_sm

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_cp

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_cp

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_sp

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_sp

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_ns

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_ns

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_no

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_no

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_sec

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_sec

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_boot

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_boot

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_test

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_test

Invalid tickets. Service mode set to SEC_SERVICE_FACTORY.

`Error reading ticket id 0x%08x data from flash

Error, ticket is invalid due to (0xFFFFFFFF)

;N`Exit: func_verify_ticket

Expected ticket id different from ticket id 0x%08x , 0x%08x

Storing ticket in flash

9IaFunction is deprecated - Use [email protected]_ticket? instead.

Enter: func_simlock_tickets_written

Error reading the ticket from flash

No ticket definition available

Exit: func_simlock_tickets_written

Access denied in sec_opcode_verify_fuseregisters and sec_opcode_set_fuseregisters (ticket 0x%08x)

Enter: func_verify_ticket (input ticket 0x%08x) (Present ticket 0x%08x)

Exit: func_systicket_count_minute (minutes back %d before reset)

tls1_process_ticket

SSL_set_session_ticket_ext_cb

SSL_set_session_ticket_ext

ssl3_get_new_session_ticket

SSL_set_session_ticket_ext

invalid ticket keys length

krb5 server bad ticket

ssl3_get_new_session_ticket

tls1_process_ticket

invalid ticket keys length

krb5 server bad ticket

~~~ ALSO ~~~


strings mmcblk0 | grep func_

Error: func_id has been tampered

SaEnter: func_validate_cert

Exit: func_validate_cert

func_sec_process entering while(1) loop

func_process_running: UtaOsThreadGetCurrent(...) returned %d.

Error: NULL pointer send func_id.

Enter: func_pkcs_validate

Exit: func_pkcs_validate

Enter: func_rsa_decrypt

Exit: func_rsa_decrypt

Enter: func_read_data_pointer

Exit: func_read_data_pointer

func_ThreadDeletedHandler: UtaOsSemRelease(Done) returned %d.

Enter: func_get_lock_profiles

`Exit: func_get_lock_profiles

Enter: func_get_file_profile file_id %d

`Exit: func_get_file_profile

Enter: func_compare_lock_data

`Exit: func_compare_lock_data

Error: func_id has been tampered

Error: func_id has been tampered

Error: func_id has been tampered

Error: func_id has been tampered

Error: func_id has been tampered

Enter: func_byte_reverse

Exit: func_byte_reverse

@~SaEnter: func_utasec_rsa_pub

Exit: func_utasec_rsa_pub

X~SaEnter: func_utasec_hash

Exit: func_utasec_hash

Enter: func_pkcs_der_type

}SaExit: func_pkcs_der_type

Enter: func_verify_cert_data

Exit: func_verify_cert_data

Enter: func_put_to_lock_action_list

Exit: func_put_to_lock_action_list

`Enter: func_test_sim_inserted

{SaExit: func_test_sim_inserted

Enter: func_req_data_present_on_sim

Exit: func_req_data_present_on_sim

Enter: func_perform_lock_data_cmp

Exit: func_perform_lock_data_cmp

Enter: func_change_control_key

`Exit: func_change_control_key

Enter: func_ptst_lock_control tag 0x%xl

`Exit: func_ptst_lock_control

Enter: func_calculate_tickkey

Exit: func_calculate_tickkey

Enter: func_system_tickets_written

Exit: func_system_tickets_written

Enter: func_systicket_count_minute

Enter: func_minute_tick

`Exit: func_minute_tick

Enter: func_module_test_func opcode %d

Exit: func_module_test_func

Terminating func_sec_process

Enter: func_handle_no_comp

Exit: func_handle_no_comp

Enter: func_store_armed_code_groups

`Exit: func_store_armed_code_groups

Enter: func_perform_control_key_verification

Exit: func_perform_control_key_verification

Enter: func_perform_control_key_change

SaExit: func_perform_control_key_change

Enter: func_handle_sm_comp

Exit: func_handle_sm_comp

Enter: func_imei_virgin_extension

Exit: func_imei_virgin_extension

Enter: func_simlock_virgin_extension

Exit: func_simlock_virgin_extension

Enter: func_create_hmac

Error: func_utasec_sha1_hash failed!

Error: func_utasec_wrap_data failed!

Exit: func_create_hmac

Enter: func_validate_hmac

Error: func_create_hmac failed!

Exit: func_validate_hmac

Enter: func_TLV_read

Exit: func_TLV_read

Enter: func_tag_id_to_path

Exit: func_tag_id_to_path

func_sec_init: UtaOsThreadGetCurrent(...) returned %d.

`func_sec_init: UtaOsThreadDelete(...) returned %d.

Enter: func_comp_no_data

Exit: func_comp_no_data

Enter: func_handle_sp_comp

Exit: func_handle_sp_comp

Enter: func_handle_ns_comp

Exit: func_handle_ns_comp

Enter: func_comp_sm_data

Exit: func_comp_sm_data

Enter: func_init_storage

Exit: func_init_storage

Enter: func_systicket_data_clear

;N`Exit: func_systicket_data_clear

Enter: func_systicket_count_reset

`Exit: func_systicket_count_reset

}SaEnter: func_utasec_sha1_hash

Exit: func_utasec_sha1_hash

~SaEnter: func_utasec_wrap_data

Exit: func_utasec_wrap_data

~SaEnter: func_utasec_make_hmac

Exit: func_utasec_make_hmac

Enter: func_imei_read_ascii

Exit: func_imei_read_ascii

Enter: func_imei_read

`Exit: func_imei_read

Enter: func_hwid_baseband

SaExit: func_hwid_baseband

Enter: func_signature_check_at_if

Exit: func_signature_check_at_if

Enter: func_new_concept_func

Warning: Security data invalid (func_new_concept_func)

Error func_update_data_begin

Error func_buffer_sec_data

Error func_update_data_completed

`Exit: func_new_concept_func

Enter: func_tlv_iterator_validate_hw_details

Exit: func_tlv_iterator_validate_hw_details

Enter: func_tlv_iterator_setup_and_validate

Exit: func_tlv_iterator_setup_and_validate

Enter: func_comp_ns_data

Exit: func_comp_ns_data

Enter: func_handle_cp_comp

Enter: func_comp_sp_data

Exit: func_comp_sp_data

Enter: func_systicket_count_pwrup

Exit: func_systicket_count_pwrup

Enter/Exit: func_ata_sec_init

Enter/Exit: func_ata_sec_kill

Enter: func_init_storage_extension

Exit: func_init_storage

Enter: func_systicket_clear_code

Exit: func_systicket_verify_code

Error func_update_data_begin

Error func_buffer_sec_data

Enter: func_imei_read_ascii_mult

Exit: func_imei_read_ascii_mult

Enter: func_imei_read_mult

`Exit: func_imei_read_mult

Enter: func_comp_cp_data

Exit: func_comp_cp_data

Enter: func_systicket_verify_code

Exit: func_systicket_verify_code

Enter: func_validate_pre_program

Exit: func_validate_pre_program

Enter: func_ata_create_var

`Exit: func_ata_create_var

Enter: func_ata_set_format

Exit: func_ata_set_format

Enter: func_ata_code_verify

Exit: func_ata_code_verify

Enter: func_ata_code_clear

Exit: func_ata_code_clear

Enter: func_ata_imei_read

Exit: func_ata_imei_read

Enter: func_ata_imei_label

Exit: func_ata_imei_label

Enter: func_ata_hw_details

Exit: func_ata_hw_details

Enter: func_ata_status_info

Exit: func_ata_status_info

Enter: func_ata_state_info

Exit: func_ata_state_info

Enter: func_ata_flash_io

Exit: func_ata_flash_io

Enter: func_ata_ptest_generic

Exit: func_ata_ptest_generic

Enter: func_ata_module_test

Exit: func_ata_module_test

Enter: func_ata_fus_script

Exit: func_ata_fus_script

Enter: func_ata_imei_read

Exit: func_ata_imei_read

Enter: func_si_chks

Exit: func_si_chks

Enter: func_secblk_available_length

Exit: func_secblk_available_length

Enter: func_secblk_read

Exit: func_secblk_read

Enter: func_secblk_write

Exit: func_secblk_write

Enter: func_si_chk_virgin

Enter: func_si_chk_valid_system_ticket

Enter: func_si_chk_rnd

Exit: func_si_chk_rnd

Enter: func_si_chk_mid

Exit: func_si_chk_mid

Enter: func_si_chk_simlock

Exit: func_si_chk_simlock

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_sm

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_sm

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_cp

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_cp

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_sp

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_sp

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_ns

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_ns

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_no

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_no

Enter: func_si_chk_imei

Exit: func_si_chk_imei

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_sec

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_sec

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_boot

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_boot

Enter: func_si_chk_ticket_test

Exit: func_si_chk_ticket_test

Enter: func_si_chks_extension

Exit: func_si_chks_extension

Enter: func_si_chk_restricted_mode

Exit: func_si_chk_restricted_mode

func_process_running: UtaOsThreadGetCurrent(...) returned %d.

func_process_running: UtaOsThreadGetName(...) returned %d.

func_exec_function: UtaOsThreadGetCurrent(...) returned %d.

func_exec_function: UtaOsThreadGetName(...) returned %d.

`func_exec_function: UtaOsSemObtain(call) returned %d.

`func_exec_function: UtaOsSemRelease(call) returned %d.

Error: func_id has been tampered

Enter: func_system_access_level

`Exit: func_system_access_level

Error: func_id has been tampered

Error: func_id has been tampered

Error: func_id has been tampered

Error: func_id has been tampered

Error: func_id has been tampered

Error: func_id has been tampered

Error: func_id has been tampered

Error: func_id has been tampered

Error: func_id has been tampered

Error: func_id has been tampered

Error: func_id has been tampered

Enter: func_glob_sec_init

SaExit: func_glob_sec_init

Enter: func_simlock_virgin

Error: func_simlock_virgin_extension failed.

Exit: func_simlock_virgin

Enter: func_update_data_begin

Exit: func_update_data_begin

Enter: func_get_data_block

Exit: func_get_data_block

Enter: func_get_block_info

Exit: func_get_block_info(id=%02x,offset=0x%x,length=0x%x)

;N`Exit: func_verify_ticket

Enter: func_init_lock_action

`Exit: func_init_lock_action

Enter: func_get_from_lock_action_list

`Exit: func_get_from_lock_action_list

Enter: func_update_data_completed

Exit: func_update_data_completed

Enter: func_store_data_block

Exit: func_store_data_block

Enter: func_get_hwids

Exit: func_get_hwids

Enter: func_verify_MID_cert_data

Exit: func_verify_MID_cert_data

Enter: func_validate_signature

Exit: func_validate_signature

func_malloc(...) failed.

func_create_thread: UtaOsSemCreate(done) returned %d.

func_create_thread: UtaOsThreadCreate(...) returned %d.

func_create_thread: UtaOsThreadStart(...) returned %d.

func_create_thread: UtaOsSemObtain(done) returned %d.

func_create_thread: UtaOsSemDelete(func) returned %d.

Enter: func_verify_control_key

`Exit: func_verify_control_key

Enter: func_get_symkey

Exit: func_get_symkey

Enter: func_write_dyn_sta_block block_id(0x%x)

Exit: func_write_dyn_sta_block

Enter: func_read_dyn_sta_block block_id(0x%x)

Exit: func_read_dyn_sta_block

Enter: func_eep_get_sec_status

Exit: func_eep_get_sec_status

Enter: func_eep_store_sec_status

exit: func_eep_store_sec_status

Enter: func_get_nof_imeis

Exit: func_get_nof_imeis

Enter: func_get_data_offset_length

Exit: func_get_data_offset_length

Enter: func_failsafe_imei_prepare

{SaExit: func_failsafe_imei_prepare

Enter: func_buffer_sec_data

Exit: func_buffer_sec_data

Enter: func_get_MID_imei

Exit: func_get_MID_imei

Enter: func_get_system_access_level

SaExit: func_get_system_access_level

Enter: func_imei_virgin

Error: func_imei_virgin_extension failed.

Exit: func_imei_virgin

Enter: func_fetch_imei_from_flash

Exit: func_fetch_imei_from_flash

Enter: func_ata_switch_process

Error: func_id has been tampered

Exit: func_ata_switch_process

Enter: func_ata_approve_access

Exit: func_ata_approve_access

Enter: func_ata_print_bin_data

Exit: func_ata_print_bin_data

Enter: func_simlock_tickets_written

Exit: func_simlock_tickets_written

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func_hwid_baseband: scu_feat_serial_number_get(...) returned %d.

Error starting write session to data buffer (func_update_data_begin)

func_malloc: malloc(%d) failed.

func_create_thread: UtaOsThreadRegisterDeletedHandler(...) returned %d.

Enter: func_verify_ticket (input ticket 0x%08x) (Present ticket 0x%08x)

Exit: func_systicket_count_minute (minutes back %d before reset)

android.app.func_name

ERR_func_error_string

Unable to seek to export_func_name_list section for writing.

Unable to write export_func_name_list section to cache file.

Unable to allocate for export_func_name_list

Unable to seek to export_func_name_list section

Unable to read export_func_name_list.

GL_ARB_blend_func_extended

return this.func_;

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services4/srvclient/env/linux/common/osfunc_um.c

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Is that good or bad? I'm a noob when it comes to this stuff

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Is that good or bad? I'm a noob when it comes to this stuff

I'd say *good* :)

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When it says func is this a function you can access? As it states in code above func_ xxxxx xxxxxx

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Func_sim,

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could someone who has had the osd unlocked already

please try these commands that glossywhite posted , but alternatively

try:

strings mmcblk0 | grep "used unlock code"

strings mmcblk0 | grep "your imei"

and please post the results, but obviously protect you personal details with alternative characters i.e *****

thanks

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When it says func is this a function you can access? As it states in code above func_ xxxxx xxxxxx

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Func_sim,

I've no idea yet. All I know is that these function calls seem to be the ones commanding the simlock to unlock itself, but I've no idea how to do this... yet :)

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could someone who has had the osd unlocked already

please try these commands that glossywhite posted , but alternatively

try:

strings mmcblk0 | grep "used unlock code"

strings mmcblk0 | grep "your imei"

and please post the results, but obviously protect you personal details with alternative characters i.e *****

thanks

OK, I tried adb pull /dev/block/mmcblk0 ./ again but get a "is not a file or directory" message. In root browser it gives a file name of "18:00 mmcblk0" and size of 0.00B, in ES file explorer it doesn't show the "18:00" bit but still shows it as 0.00B again. I even tried copying it to the root so I could transfer via USB but it just seems to sit in a loop. Any suggestions? Edited by BlueMoonRising
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OK, I tried adb pull /dev/block/mmcblk0 ./ again but get a "is not a file or directory" message. In root browser it gives a file name of "18:00 mmcblk0" and size of 0.00B, in ES file explorer it doesn't show the "18:00" bit but still shows it as 0.00B again. I even tried copying it to the root so I could transfer via USB but it just seems to sit in a loop. Any suggestions?

Nobody?

Edit :- Never mind I just found a 1.3GB file sitting in root. Just need to find some way of reading it in Windows now.

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OK, I've got the file and now need some way of reading it to compare to Glossywhites output, is there any relatively simple way to do this on Windows? I've tried a command line tool from SysInternals called strings(surprise, surprise) which has thrown up an interesting line "SI_SIM_UNLOCK_DISABLED" although this may be in every instance.

I do have a small 60GB HD that I could clear for a Linux install but I'm trying to avoid that if possible.

Any suggestions?

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OK, I've got the file and now need some way of reading it to compare to Glossywhites output, is there any relatively simple way to do this on Windows? I've tried a command line tool from SysInternals called strings(surprise, surprise) which has thrown up an interesting line "SI_SIM_UNLOCK_DISABLED" although this may be in every instance.

I do have a small 60GB HD that I could clear for a Linux install but I'm trying to avoid that if possible.

Any suggestions?

You could always use a live cd or usb version of linux, i.e. knoppix or an ubuntu in try out mode, no need to install.

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You could always use a live cd or usb version of linux, i.e. knoppix or an ubuntu in try out mode, no need to install.

Indeed. I was going to suggest that also.

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You could always use a live cd or usb version of linux, i.e. knoppix or an ubuntu in try out mode, no need to install.

Thanks, I've been looking at the Ubuntu site and will try the Windows installed version or perhaps the dual boot method. Is there any difference between the 2?

It's been a long time since I installed Linux, it certainly wasn't as easy as it seems to be now.

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Thanks, I've been looking at the Ubuntu site and will try the Windows installed version or perhaps the dual boot method. Is there any difference between the 2?

It's been a long time since I installed Linux, it certainly wasn't as easy as it seems to be now.

Hello, The Windows Installation method "Wubi" is much easier, quicker and simpler, it is very similar to installing a normal program. and easier to remove./ uninstall. Its for Noobs (like me:P) whho want to play around with ubunutu, the good thing is that the dual boot will be created automatically :) and will be a very simple process.

The good is that if you choose this, its quicker and simpler also you will NOT have to create a separate hard drive partition. you can simply install it on your main drive like a additional program.

BUT IF You take this method DO Choose a appropriate installation size WHEN FIRST USING THE SETUP, as after its create it is possible but quite difficult to re size the installation hard disk disk size. Which is a drawback

The normal dual boot method will require a longer time to set up, and you have to adjust your bootloader. from what i have heard, this method is better if you want to use ubunut for a long period of time, also it is easier to re size the partion on this if you would like more space compared to the Wubi installer.

From my limited knowledge( im a noob so double check, also i use the WUbi installer method but with the Old 10.04 Verison which works perfectly. ) i Think thats the difference, but please also ask advice for other members. Thanks

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Hello, The Windows Installation method "Wubi" is much easier, quicker and simpler, it is very similar to installing a normal program. and easier to remove./ uninstall. Its for Noobs (like me:P) whho want to play around with ubunutu, the good thing is that the dual boot will be created automatically :) and will be a very simple process.

The good is that if you choose this, its quicker and simpler also you will NOT have to create a separate hard drive partition. you can simply install it on your main drive like a additional program.

BUT IF You take this method DO Choose a appropriate installation size WHEN FIRST USING THE SETUP, as after its create it is possible but quite difficult to re size the installation hard disk disk size. Which is a drawback

The normal dual boot method will require a longer time to set up, and you have to adjust your bootloader. from what i have heard, this method is better if you want to use ubunut for a long period of time, also it is easier to re size the partion on this if you would like more space compared to the Wubi installer.

From my limited knowledge( im a noob so double check, also i use the WUbi installer method but with the Old 10.04 Verison which works perfectly. ) i Think thats the difference, but please also ask advice for other members. Thanks

Thanks for that.
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