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Topic # 6359 18-Jan-2006 22:01
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Stumbled on a code generator for unlocking networks for mobile phones especially UK phones. Old news im sure for the tech heads.Unicalc is a fantastic device for code generation required for unlocking. Any comments on this programme??

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Reply # 26712 18-Jan-2006 22:15
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Just a word of warning - posting codes (unlock or service) probably is against the rules here.

From the guidelines:
  • Unlock codes should not be posted


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    Apart from that. Haven't used it. Though a few others might have (NZ-sold GSM phones tend to be unlocked anyway).




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    Reply # 26713 18-Jan-2006 23:14
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    Does not work for the few handsets I have tried

     
     
     
     


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      Reply # 26742 19-Jan-2006 13:42
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    This program will probably mostly only work with old Nokia's, and as the new unlock code generators get released, Nokia update their FW to disable the keys used in those SWs

    Certainly most new phones are using randomly (preprogramed) unlock codes, so tools like this aren't much use.

    If you've got an old Nokia lying around that's locked though it'll probably be of some use.




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      Reply # 26747 19-Jan-2006 15:07
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    I agree with muppet. Once you input the codes five times and wasn't successful, phone can now be unlocked only by connecting to a computer.

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      Reply # 26785 20-Jan-2006 09:20
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    hey guys thanks for the comments. The generator yes it does only work for older phones. I have since found a few unlock generators through the midst of alot of viruses.
    The newer Nokias cannot be unlocked though unfortunately. Also have found a really cool website for installing Sony Ericsson software such as Opera Browser which enables you to view html sites on your V800.

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      Reply # 28220 11-Feb-2006 18:33
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    hey can any one help me. I am trying to unlock a t-mobile sidekick2. just email me at m16a4203@yahoo.com
    Plz. I am tryin to get this to work and untill I do I dont have a phone.



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      Reply # 28288 13-Feb-2006 09:39
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    Never heard of this model before. The generators dont support that handset type. Also the software/hardware for flashing of this model would also be very hard to come by in NZ

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      Reply # 28299 13-Feb-2006 11:33
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    Patariki_NZ: The newer Nokias cannot be unlocked though unfortunately. Also have found a really cool website for installing Sony Ericsson software such as Opera Browser which enables you to view html sites on your V800.


    Are you meaning Opera Mini? This is available as a free download from the Opera site.




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      Reply # 28382 14-Feb-2006 10:49
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    Yeah Opera Mini for all Sony phones. It is available from another site which has also. Wireless 18 software- Golf scorecards and course info available from Mobile also stores your handicaps and round info. Awesome software. Another is an alcohol calculator which measures your consumption rate based on variables entered. Etc etc. PM me if want software. Yes its a free website. not too sure if i am able to put link on this site

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    Reply # 28383 14-Feb-2006 11:00
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    Opera Mini is free, and should be downloaded directly from Opera. Why download from somewhere else and risk a trojan or worm?

    As for the site being free, that could be true, but are the software free?







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      Reply # 28394 14-Feb-2006 11:48
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    this is the website link for free sony ericsson software. If you find this website very useful please thank me on this link www.lasyk.net this site has been approved by freitasm

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