no, it's better that you pirate it yourself (in this case using a keygen yourself), than pay some dodgy blackmarket gang for it. that's my analogy and it's pretty sound within the movie piracy world, not sure how applicable to phones though because..
How do mobile unlocking businesses work? I don't know. that's all i'm wondering..
Davidoff, so it's normal now that new phone unlock algorithms are not broken (at all? for months?), and that you have to pay someone for an unlock code? genuine question. i don't really follow "phone scene" other when i'm buying one!
Surprised, as i assumed these things were regularly cracked, obviously security has got better in response to carrier demand.. shame! Also depressing that someone who reverse engineers a system (legitimately, not stolen) can be threatened legally. that's all kinds of wrong.
Edited by Smiff2, 12 June 2012 - 11:21 PM.