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maybe a strange coincidence but it works, and thats all i'm worried about.  whats more I'm not sure if Orange will be able to close this hole to people who have already run it, as how would they tell who used this prog and who payed for the number?!?


Orange won't be able to close the hole very easily. Mainly because the hole's not disclosed, which is always a good thing.

They can tell who paid for their number by going back over their accounts, but we can do what we wish with our phones as long as it doesn't harm their networks, so legally they don't have any case against us.

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how long does it take to retirve this code its takin a while on mnie

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It only took a few seconds on mine

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ok, so if its this easy to do, can the same theory be applied to the app unlocking?

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ok, so if its this easy to do, can the same theory be applied to the app unlocking?


No.

The Simlock code is embedded in the SPV's ROM - the app unlocking doesn't rely on a code, as such.

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have noticed some strange things on my SPV since i did this....

did not like Voda sim ... "network denied searching"
on reboot ... got orange gprs signal, but not main signal - so could do internet but home screen read "no service"
on second reboot ... orange is now reported as a roaming network with the triangle icon and was briefly given it's numberic name (can't remember what it was) and has now revertedto orange.

As when i have been roaming to phone (upgraded today) still struggles with switching/searching for new networks

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Put a Voda sim in mine to try and came up straight away with Full Signal

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it took about 15 seconds to get the code on mine, went 0....33....66...100%

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maybe voda doesn't work here... is the only other non-orange sim i had!

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You guys are amazing!!!

I LOVE MODACO :)

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cheers

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What program is it they are using to kill the WCESCOMM.EXE process

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maybe voda doesn't work here... is the only other non-orange sim i had!


Are you sure that you followed step by step the manuel ?

For the moment all SPV work with theses instructions.

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Id just like to add as well, HAHAHA, this will hopefully screw up Florin_m over priced sim unlocking. Im sorry if thats nasty, but £50 a time is well over priced, I could buy sim unlocked phone on ebay for less that £50 extra

so what program is that

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have noticed some strange things on my SPV since i did this....

did not like Voda sim ... "network denied searching"
on  reboot ... got orange gprs signal, but not main signal - so could do internet but home screen read "no service"
on second reboot ... orange is now reported as a roaming network with the triangle icon and was briefly given it's numberic name (can't remember what it was) and has now revertedto orange.

As when i have been roaming to phone (upgraded today) still struggles with switching/searching for new networks


i have 2 voda sims here 1 dead one and 1 with a contract still running on it, i had that on the dead one but the contract one is working fine,

btw, i tried the dead one cos i couldn't remember which was which

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Ctrl-Alt-Del to stop active sync running in background

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What program is it they are using to kill the WCESCOMM.EXE process


Task Manager - CTRL-ALT-DELETE once

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actually on nt 2k and xp ctrl+shift+esc takes you straight to task manager instead of having to choose it after a ctrl+alt+del

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actually on nt 2k and xp ctrl+shift+esc takes you straight to task manager instead of having to choose it after a ctrl+alt+del


Ohh, never knew that!

Although it is quite awkard to press them...

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naaa, its a simple left handed vulcan death grip and your away

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