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OK guys, there's got to be an easy way to unlock this phone so I can download the Sniper software. Anyone want to share some easy steps in order for me to do this?

Thanks!

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the answer to your questionis a program called unlock all

1st download zip file

2nd place files inside folders in the corasponding folders on your Q



http://www.coolsmart...mp;file_id=2429


OH yah I tried sniper, and it doesnt work with our broadcome blue tooth stack.
microsoft only, just like allot of other bluetooth apps
I had to hard reset to get full functionality back :)

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I contacted Motorola's technical support for data and software, after being referred to them by Verizon Tech support. Motorola said that the Q is not a locked phone, and was designed to only support certified programs. They indicated that you can't unlock an application because its not locked.

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To unlock:
Use a Registry Editor and change the following:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Security\Policies\Policies:
Change the DWORD named "1001" to 1
Change the DWORD named "1005" to 40

Edited by scottb, 29 June 2006 - 12:26 AM.

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Thanks for your response. Have you install the Sniper on your Q and does it work?

Finally, can you recommend a registery ediitor program for the Q and if possible can you add the link for the download?

David

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google phm regedit.

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Thanks for your response. Have you install the Sniper on your Q and does it work?
[...snip]


No, I have not tried Sniper.

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I have a question, do you know where to find software to unlock the Motorola q so that it can be used on other cdma carriers.

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I hope this helps.....it worked for me

Your Windows Mobile Smartphone is application locked, meaning that you can’t
install unsigned applications, games or tweaks? No problem! In this little
tutorial I will show you how you can application unlock your phone with a
couple of simple Registry edits.

First you need a trusted Registry Editor for your Smartphone.
I recommend the original “Regedit STG” from HTC. You can download it
from here [3] or here [1] (please report if links are broken) or just Google for it.

After you have downloaded “Regedit STG” the application unlock process can start.

1) Simply put the *.zip file with the regeditSTG.exe in it with ActiveSync
into a folder on your phone (but not onto the memory card).

2) Unzip the file with the *.zip program that comes with your phone.

3) Now start regeditSTG.exe and change the following Registry Keys:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Security\Policies\Policies0001001 = 2
-> Change the value data from 2 to 1


HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Security\Policies\Policies0001005 = 16
-> Change the value data from 16 to 40


HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Security\Policies\Policies0001017 = 128
-> Change the value data from 128 to 144


HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \Security\Policies\Policies
-> Add new value "0000101b": Dword = 1


After you have done all these steps close Regedit STG with the
task manager (TaskMan) of your phone and reboot. That’s it.
Your phone is now totally application unlocked.

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I hope this helps.....it worked for me

Your Windows Mobile Smartphone is application locked, meaning that you can’t
install unsigned applications, games or tweaks? No problem! In this little
tutorial I will show you how you can application unlock your phone with a
couple of simple Registry edits.

First you need a trusted Registry Editor for your Smartphone.
I recommend the original “Regedit STG” from HTC. You can download it
from here [3] or here [1] (please report if links are broken) or just Google for it.

After you have downloaded “Regedit STG” the application unlock process can start.

1) Simply put the *.zip file with the regeditSTG.exe in it with ActiveSync
into a folder on your phone (but not onto the memory card).

2) Unzip the file with the *.zip program that comes with your phone.

3) Now start regeditSTG.exe and change the following Registry Keys:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Security\Policies\Policies0001001 = 2
-> Change the value data from 2 to 1


HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Security\Policies\Policies0001005 = 16
-> Change the value data from 16 to 40


HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Security\Policies\Policies0001017 = 128
-> Change the value data from 128 to 144


HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \Security\Policies\Policies
-> Add new value "0000101b": Dword = 1


After you have done all these steps close Regedit STG with the
task manager (TaskMan) of your phone and reboot. That’s it.
Your phone is now totally application unlocked.


I dont get what I'm missing, I followed these steps and I still get access denied because its not signed... what did I miss. I have a Q with the latest update as far as i know, is that the problem?

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