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  1. zte crescent , zte blade ii ( 2 ), orange san fransisco ii ( 2 ), t-mobile vivacity RE - LOCK app ? Hi there is there not a program which re locks as in the zte blade 1, zte san fransisco 1 see in the following forum - - The "Reset Attempts (and Lock)" button will reset the phone's internal idea of how many unlock attempts you have back to the initial 5. It will also put it back in the state where it will prompt for the NCK code when you use a different provider's SIM. This may be useful for putting the phone back to (seemingly) the factory state, or for the reported occasions where interactions with Orange [unblocking a phone?] have reset their end of the network lock [?not sure about this?]. -http://droidgram.com/forum/Unlock-ZTE-Blade-Unlock-Orange-San-Francisco (Changes in v1.3Add unlock reset. Normally you have 5 attempts to unlock your phone. With this feature, you can reset the number of unlock attempts back to 5.) so can someone tell me if that feature from that app is usable in T-MOBILE VIVACITY if so i will go ahead and unlock , root, debrand , and put oin CFW from this website if not can someone please edit the app and allow it to be used for T-mobile vivacity and if not then i will avoid voiding warranty and lock unlock, debrand and root.
  2. zte crescent, zte blade ii ( 2 ), orange san fransisco ii ( 2 ), t-mobile vivacity RE - LOCK app ? Hi there is there not a program which re locks as in the zte blade 1, zte san fransisco 1 see in the following forum - - The "Reset Attempts (and Lock)" button will reset the phone's internal idea of how many unlock attempts you have back to the initial 5. It will also put it back in the state where it will prompt for the NCK code when you use a different provider's SIM. This may be useful for putting the phone back to (seemingly) the factory state, or for the reported occasions where interactions with Orange [unblocking a phone?] have reset their end of the network lock [?not sure about this?]. -http://droidgram.com/forum/Unlock-ZTE-Blade-Unlock-Orange-San-Francisco (Changes in v1.3Add unlock reset. Normally you have 5 attempts to unlock your phone. With this feature, you can reset the number of unlock attempts back to 5.) so can someone tell me if that feature from that app is usable in T-MOBILE VIVACITY if so i will go ahead and unlock , root, debrand , and put oin CFW from this website if not can someone please edit the app and allow it to be used for T-mobile vivacity and if not then i will avoid voiding warranty and lock unlock, debrand and root.
  3. zte crescent, zte blade ii ( 2 ), orange san fransisco ii ( 2 ), t-mobile vivacity RE - LOCK app ? Hi there is there not a program which re locks as in the zte blade 1, zte san fransisco 1 see in the following forum http://www.modaco.co...-san-francisco/ - The "Reset Attempts (and Lock)" button will reset the phone's internal idea of how many unlock attempts you have back to the initial 5. It will also put it back in the state where it will prompt for the NCK code when you use a different provider's SIM. This may be useful for putting the phone back to (seemingly) the factory state, or for the reported occasions where interactions with Orange [unblocking a phone?] have reset their end of the network lock [?not sure about this?]. -http://droidgram.com/forum/Unlock-ZTE-Blade-Unlock-Orange-San-Francisco (Changes in v1.3Add unlock reset. Normally you have 5 attempts to unlock your phone. With this feature, you can reset the number of unlock attempts back to 5.) so can someone tell me if that feature from that app is usable in T-MOBILE VIVACITY if so i will go ahead and unlock , root, debrand , and put oin CFW from this website if not can someone please edit the app and allow it to be used for T-mobile vivacity and if not then i will avoid voiding warranty and lock unlock, debrand and root.
  4. zte crescent, zte blade ii ( 2 ), orange san fransisco ii ( 2 ), t-mobile vivacity RE - LOCK app ? Hi there is there not a program which re locks as in the zte blade 1, zte san fransisco 1 see in the following forum http://www.modaco.co...-san-francisco/ - The "Reset Attempts (and Lock)" button will reset the phone's internal idea of how many unlock attempts you have back to the initial 5. It will also put it back in the state where it will prompt for the NCK code when you use a different provider's SIM. This may be useful for putting the phone back to (seemingly) the factory state, or for the reported occasions where interactions with Orange [unblocking a phone?] have reset their end of the network lock [?not sure about this?]. -http://droidgram.com/forum/Unlock-ZTE-Blade-Unlock-Orange-San-Francisco (Changes in v1.3Add unlock reset. Normally you have 5 attempts to unlock your phone. With this feature, you can reset the number of unlock attempts back to 5.) so can someone tell me if that feature from that app is usable in T-MOBILE VIVACITY if so i will go ahead and unlock , root, debrand , and put oin CFW from this website if not can someone please edit the app and allow it to be used for T-mobile vivacity and if not then i will avoid voiding warranty and lock unlock, debrand and root.
  5. Hi there is there not a program which re locks as in the zte blade 1, zte san fransisco 1 see in the following forum - The "Reset Attempts (and Lock)" button will reset the phone's internal idea of how many unlock attempts you have back to the initial 5. It will also put it back in the state where it will prompt for the NCK code when you use a different provider's SIM. This may be useful for putting the phone back to (seemingly) the factory state, or for the reported occasions where interactions with Orange [unblocking a phone?] have reset their end of the network lock [?not sure about this?]. -http://droidgram.com/forum/Unlock-ZTE-Blade-Unlock-Orange-San-Francisco (Changes in v1.3Add unlock reset. Normally you have 5 attempts to unlock your phone. With this feature, you can reset the number of unlock attempts back to 5.) so can someone tell me if that feature from that app is usable in T-MOBILE VIVACITY if so i will go ahead and unlock , root, debrand , and put oin CFW from this website if not can someone please edit the app and allow it to be used for T-mobile vivacity and if not then i will avoid voiding warranty and lock unlock, debrand and root.
  6. Hi there is there not a program which re locks as in the zte blade 1, zte san fransisco 1 see in the following forum - The "Reset Attempts (and Lock)" button will reset the phone's internal idea of how many unlock attempts you have back to the initial 5. It will also put it back in the state where it will prompt for the NCK code when you use a different provider's SIM. This may be useful for putting the phone back to (seemingly) the factory state, or for the reported occasions where interactions with Orange [unblocking a phone?] have reset their end of the network lock [?not sure about this?]. -http://droidgram.com/forum/Unlock-ZTE-Blade-Unlock-Orange-San-Francisco (Changes in v1.3Add unlock reset. Normally you have 5 attempts to unlock your phone. With this feature, you can reset the number of unlock attempts back to 5.) so can someone tell me if that feature from that app is usable in T-MOBILE VIVACITY if so i will go ahead and unlock , root, debrand , and put oin CFW from this website if not can someone please edit the app and allow it to be used for T-mobile vivacity and if not then i will avoid voiding warranty and lock unlock, debrand and root.
  7. I'm using Viber to make free phone calls and send free text messages on my Android phone http://t.co/469xAI3U via @viber 07590901789

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  9. free calls via humnut

    Need someone who can convert GENUINE java to ANDROID/GOOGLE Java Need someone who can convert GENUINE java to ANDROID Java ... (Java->Dalvik VM) i have just visited HUMNUT and I am trying to use humnut on android zenithink 180 which is the c71 tablet HumNut Company Info We are Humnut. A Dublin based company that started as an idea and with only £250 in 2008 the company was established. Our goal back then was to create a truly free way of making telephone calls to landlines. That was our aim then, and it is still our aim today. The difference being, we now have the technology up and running. So how we do it is simple. We have sourced and are using some of the latest in technologies to run our service and we aim to give our users the best quality we possibly can. Our technology that we use for making the telephone calls is constantly under development and we invest heavily in making it user friendly. WHAT I WANT FROM HERE IS THAT SOMEONE WHO IS ABLE TO DO THE FOLLOWING Android = Java | Java.net weblogs.java.net/blog/opinali/archive/2010/08/17/android-java open the Browser, press Menu and touch More > Settings> Tap and put a check mark on this two options: "Enable JavaScript" and "Enable plug-ins" If a website developer converts their Java .class files to .dex files needed by the Android platform, then that might work. the Android platform is NOT Java. It is an entirely new platform which, at best, has a compatibility layer for Java code. Android uses the Dalvik VM, which is a register-based VM whereas JVM is stack-based. Neither the specification nor the source code for Dalvik are available, but it is clear that the bytecodes are quite different from Java bytecodes. There is a translation tool from JVM bytecode (.class files) to Dalvik bytecode (.dex files) but it is a build-time tool only. JVM bytecodes are never loaded onto an Android device. The reason for the custom VM is that Dalvik is optimized to allow > multiple instances of the VM to run simultaneously even in little > memory. Each Android application runs in a separate Linux process. please people keep sending HUMNUT requests to enable/convert website to android java... through humnuts contact form

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