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the regeditSTG2 wont start on my SPV C100 :(

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the regeditSTG2 wont start on my SPV C100 :(

The C100 isn't a Monet - have you tried looking in the device specific forum for your phone?

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This is my first post and I would just like to say a Big Thank You for this great bit of info/files, I've had my monet/lobster for a couple of months and was getting a bit fed up with it telling me this application is not suitable etc...but now that has been sorted out...many thanks again.... :)

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wow!! this is really helpfull..thank you for you time to explained ..have a nice day!!



I did all the above, on a tmobile dash, and it still is not allowing gmail and opera mini to run. i have a nokia 5300 and a friends nokia 6086 that i completely unbranded, and that is what i was expecting here for the dash. i love opera mini, so if anyone has any ideas on how to unbrand the dash, please i would be greatful.

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After trying too many options here's a summary

Run the "SP_AllowCertificateInstall.cab" file attached

Use the registry editor "regeditSTG2" attached to change

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Security\Policies\Policies (then press "values")\ 00001001 = 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

The following reg editors DONT work

REGEDIT
REGEDITSTG
SGS Explorer

A possible alternative could be to run the "SP_AllowCertificateInstall.cab"
And then the HTC application unlocker attached (which for me didnt work before I ran "SP_AllowCertificateInstall.cab" but does work after I've run "SP_AllowCertificateInstall.cab")

To ensure your phone is fully unlocked, run SDA_ApplicationUnlock on your PC (it is not meant to be run from Windows Mobile).
Make sure you re-boot your device before running SDA_ApplicationUnlock

Would this work on HTC S730?

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Would this work on HTC S730?



Try it and see

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Try it and see


No, it doesn't work with S730. Any suggestions? The SIM card is locked both ways I've tryed:

1) by disabling phone with the sim card in and
2) by enabling phone without SIM card

If the phone is enabled and SIM card is in there is no way I can access menu without code.

Anyway thanks a lot

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After trying too many options here's a summary

Run the "SP_AllowCertificateInstall.cab" file attached

Use the registry editor "regeditSTG2" attached to change

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Security\Policies\Policies (then press "values")\ 00001001 = 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

The following reg editors DONT work

REGEDIT
REGEDITSTG
SGS Explorer

A possible alternative could be to run the "SP_AllowCertificateInstall.cab"
And then the HTC application unlocker attached (which for me didnt work before I ran "SP_AllowCertificateInstall.cab" but does work after I've run "SP_AllowCertificateInstall.cab")

To ensure your phone is fully unlocked, run SDA_ApplicationUnlock on your PC (it is not meant to be run from Windows Mobile).
Make sure you re-boot your device before running SDA_ApplicationUnlock



thanks verry much for shared!

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This guy is the man. I have the newest T Mobile updates for Windows 6 and ROM version and this method worked flawlessly. Thanks man! ;)




After trying too many options here's a summary

Run the "SP_AllowCertificateInstall.cab" file attached

Use the registry editor "regeditSTG2" attached to change

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Security\Policies\Policies (then press "values")\ 00001001 = 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

The following reg editors DONT work

REGEDIT
REGEDITSTG
SGS Explorer

A possible alternative could be to run the "SP_AllowCertificateInstall.cab"
And then the HTC application unlocker attached (which for me didnt work before I ran "SP_AllowCertificateInstall.cab" but does work after I've run "SP_AllowCertificateInstall.cab")

To ensure your phone is fully unlocked, run SDA_ApplicationUnlock on your PC (it is not meant to be run from Windows Mobile).
Make sure you re-boot your device before running SDA_ApplicationUnlock


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:) Cheers worked on me Lobster monet thing
Thankyou

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