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How to remove the SPV E100 SIM LOCK... PERMANENTLY!


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How to remove the SIM LOCK... PERMANENTLY!

Procedure:

1. Pressing ctrl-alt-del on the pc select Task Manager.

2. In taskmanager terminate the process called wcescomm.exe

3. switch of the phone, then switch it on holding the power and record button, after about a minute or so you will see a 3 coloured screen.

4. Connect cradle to pc and insert phone into cradle.

5. Run the sinunlockv_2 app

6. write down the code obtained from the unlock program

7. restart phone with sim card from another network (IE not the network you normally use Orange etc)

8. Enter code when prompted.

9. restart pc

ENJOY IT

NOTE by awarner to unlock your SPV or E100 you MUST have bootloader V.98 or below and also your PC must be running Win XP or 2K

EDIT 2 For bootloader V1.10 you will need the SPV Unlock V2 information for this can be found here

here

FOR MPX200 and E200 users you can SIM unlock your phone here

http://www.imei-check.co.uk/

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whoever has done this is a total star, the crack is fully working and my phone now is using an O2 sim with no silly tricks of any kind.

Thank you thank you thank you :)

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Is this permanent?? i.e. can I put an O2 sim in, use it for a bit, then put an orange one in, then say a few weeks later a t-mobile one and it will all work fine without having to run the software again??

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This utility gives you the code asked by your spv when another sim is detected. The spv will be completely free and won't ask for a code again.

Will this last even after future updates ('cause we all know there will be future updates)?

Cheers,

Hax

EDIT: Urrrrmmmm - how'd that happen?? Sorry about the double post - could a moderator remove one of these please - I can't seem to :oops:

Ta,

Hax

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Removed previous post, as per request : Will

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oh yes!! they couldn't have picked a better day to discover this!! the same day the update is released which blocks the old (inferior method). Orange are gonna be pissed.

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oh yes!! they couldn't have picked a better day to discover this!!  the same day the update is released which blocks the old (inferior method).  Orange are gonna be pissed.

Don't you think it's a strange coincidence?

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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?!?

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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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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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