glossywhite, on 05 December 2011 - 08:47 PM, said:
That is not my phone... and what is ST17 please?
I thought it was the mainboard for the Xperia with walkman but the live with walkman is actually WT19
You will have to find a copy of the setool software and look in the docs folder and find the right jpg for the testpoint.
There is probably only about 10 should be easy enough to find. (Make sure you do find the right one though - if the board looks the same other than the case it will be right).
You might have to take the label off (If someone uses setool or omnius to do it they need to do the same thing).
There is no other way around it if you want to be able to fastboot / use CWM etc
(If you get a code then it won't unlock the bootloader only the simlock).
To identify the TP pad, use simple voltmeter, should have 1.8V to ground. Also, in all models i have seen it was the third pad from GND, in the same row. GND pad can be verified easily with an ohm-meter, but use higher ranges (>20kOhm) not to damage other pins."
If you just want rid of the simlock you can just buy a code.
Edited by unrandomsam, 05 December 2011 - 09:05 PM.