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Topic # 9337 9-Sep-2006 15:46
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I recently purchased a TNZ Apache, which I mainly use for SMS and running some installed apps, scheduling, etc. Nothing overly demanding.

I previously used a Harrier, which i enjoyed and am enjoying the Apache even more - seems a little more thought out. Wish it had more RAM though. I have a 1gig mini sd card in it now tho. I have upgraded the apache to the new ROM code.

I have the unlock code proceedure for the harrier, which I used to change the vocoder settings to improve the voice settings which can be rough here due to spotty reception in my area. The rest of the settings were interesting but left alone.

The unlock proceedure for the harrier works for the apache, but only in READ only mode - e.g. I cannot change anything.

I am not asking anyone to break the rules of this forum. E.g. posting unlock codes HERE.

But if someone could EMAIL the unlock to me at corum.misc at (replace at with @) I'd be thankful. And I'd be confidential :)


BTW: any other geeky techno rare info I'd like about the apache would be nice too.

Oh, BTW 2: if it's NOT ALLOWED to even ask for them (the usuage policy just outlaws POSTING them), then I'd appreciate a note to that effect from the admin. Yes, i did search for such via geekzone-google. But i did find articles on unlocking the ROM code, which seemed to be OK to post, so surely a unlock code request by email is ok...

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Reply # 45729 9-Sep-2006 18:12
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Welcome to Geekzone... I guess you found the ROM codes in inane's blog. The rules for blogs are a bit different from the forums.

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  Reply # 45743 9-Sep-2006 21:30
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freitasm: Welcome to Geekzone... I guess you found the ROM codes in inane's blog. The rules for blogs are a bit different from the forums.

Hi, and thanks for the Welcome. Yes, Inane posted some useful info I may look into later. I'm a hacker from way back (I made my own keyboard for a zx81 if that gives you any idea...).

Well, I trust I am within the rules then, and hope to receive something helpful at some point. Nice site you have here, good to see a NZ site with some quality info on it. Been lurking for a while unregistered.

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