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24 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...
10 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...
5 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...
4 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. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=2651...
3 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...