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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/

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Anything intereating?

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Anything intereating?


Well this is, if you can tell me what it all means:

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

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

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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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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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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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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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How many digits are the OMC unlock codes, please?

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How many digits are the OMC unlock codes, please?



15 or 16

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15 or 16


Thanks.

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

Edited by glossywhite, 21 October 2011 - 05:09 PM.

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


I've all ten left, and not tried any (brand new)

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

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


Lol, that's 17 digits.

Edited by Navie, 21 October 2011 - 05:20 PM.

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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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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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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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