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Still can't get an unlock code for my GNex....I must be doing something wrong. Any advice?
 
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BUMP same problem. HELP!!
 
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Now I am so confused. I am in fastboot mode, and it says the LOCK STATE is unlocked. I'm trying to flash to it, but am getting errors. Ugh.

Well, no I've flashed the phone back to 4.0.4, and I still get the generic IMEI, and still am unable to connect to the TMO or ATT networks.

I have no idea what to do now.
 
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in fastboot, locked state refers to bootloader, i.e. yours is unlocked meaning you can flash partitions.. so the errors have to do with something else. According to the above thread, it seems your generic imei is the problem. there was a thread on recovering imeis on the sii, let me see if i can find it..

This is what i was talking about: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1264021

Btw, do you have an early nandroid?
 
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in fastboot, locked state refers to bootloader, i.e. yours is unlocked meaning you can flash partitions.. so the errors have to do with something else. According to the above thread, it seems your generic imei is the problem. there was a thread on recovering imeis on the sii, let me see if i can find it..

This is what i was talking about: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1264021

Btw, do you have an early nandroid?
Thanks! I'm going to check it out. I found a thread about the generic IMEI on my phone here:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1606982

My issue, I have no idea how to apply the theory described in that thread.
 
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The grand theory of sim unlock thread, that you cited, may offer you some help if you read through it. But I believe that would mostly apply beforehand if you still had your imei, rather than a generic. DO YOU HAVE AN EARLY NANDROID? Backup is rule #1, and that may be your true saving grace.
 
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I don't know what an early Nandroid is, and its unlikely I have a back-up if I had to do something.

Very frustrating, as I can't even get the ABD tools to try the IMEI theory because it won't properly unpack.....ugh again.
 
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Well, it seems to me that the generic IMEI is the issue, and I am stuck trying to run the fix suggested in the thread above. I get to the terminal services, but when I try to log at the log file, I get Permission Denied. I can't sort out where to go from here.
 
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Did you get adb working? http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1626895 Part A should help with that. Didn't quite understand what log file you're looking at.

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