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Is there any reason we wouldn't be able to use AT commands to directly force the radio to set itself S-OFF? I've found these, and they apply to most any phone I suppose, but specifically to the X-GOLD XMM6260 in the international One X+. Thi...
Sorry in advance if this isn't strictly "useful" Lloir, but... I had a thought the other day, could we not use a similar exploit to the "adb restore exploit" Saurik used to root the Google Glass combined with this seeming "hole" in the RUU rest...
Close, but no. QXDM will issue commands directly to the modem / radio chipset / what have you, and they're pretty much blindly obeyed, (so far as I know). That should allow you to change the CID or just straight up set S-OFF with the right command...
True it's for another chipset so the S-OFF portion won't work, but (and I may be wrong) I don't see a reason the SuperCID thing won't work for us, provided we find the right partition to edit.
I poked a bit on my phone. It's the international version, HBOOT 1.30.0000 CID HTC__001. Anyway, there's a fastboot command called "fastboot oem enableqxdm". QXDM is a piece of software designed to talk directly with the modem. Has anyone lo...