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19th April 2012, 09:00 PM   |  #281  
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Hello,

I'm new to SuperWipe but I had a question about whether it could affect the unlock status of my T989D? I had great difficulty unlocking the phone and could only get it unlocked by a cell phone shop that did it manually. I'm able to load custom roms and the unlock status has remained.

I just want to know if there is a risk I could lose my unlock status with SuperWipe?

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19th April 2012, 10:32 PM   |  #282  
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No.once you are unlocked, you should be permanently Sim unlocked

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21st April 2012, 12:46 AM   |  #283  
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Yaldak, please give an update on this ROM. Thanks

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I'm putting in time to test things. Bluetooth, GPS, call echo, etc...it takes time to flash over and over again. A lot of changes have been made and I want to make sure they've settled in well. Every last trace of AT&T is now gone though.

As I've stated before, I want to FIX all of the big ICS issues. This includes the call echo, wi-fi calling, compass, and some audio problems. I want stability to be a big factor in my ROM.

I don't want to release a rushed ROM
For the rec... almost lost my phone last night at 3AM. Left it on the bus. Didn't have lookout on it because it was running a beta version of the ROM. Fortunately a good samaritan picked up my calls and returned it to me.
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Originally Posted by yaldak

I'm putting in time to test things. Bluetooth, GPS, call echo, etc...it takes time to flash over and over again. A lot of changes have been made and I want to make sure they've settled in well. Every last trace of AT&T is now gone though.
I don't want to release a rushed ROM
For the rec... almost lost my phone last night at 3AM. Left it on the bus. Didn't have lookout on it because it was running a beta version of the ROM. Fortunately a good samaritan picked up my calls and returned it to me.

Now that's a good samaritan indeed

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22nd April 2012, 07:02 AM   |  #286  
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Well at this rate, there won't be a ROM

I just fried my soft keys by flashing a SC-03D ROM to test some radio-related things.
Not even an ODIN flash fixed it.

/me is furious right now
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22nd April 2012, 07:18 AM   |  #287  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by yaldak

Well at this rate, there won't be a ROM

I just fried my soft keys by flashing a SC-03D ROM to test some radio-related things.
Not even an ODIN flash fixed it.

/me is furious right now

That not good, any thing you can do to fix?

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I've been trying various things. Nothing is working.
My radio is borked too. I think my EFS got borked.
I'm giving it another attempt in ODIN
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I've been trying various things. Nothing is working.
My radio is borked too. I think my EFS got borked.
I'm giving it another attempt in ODIN

That is terrible news. I hope you have a back up android device.

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22nd April 2012, 10:30 AM   |  #290  
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Originally Posted by yaldak

Well at this rate, there won't be a ROM

I just fried my soft keys by flashing a SC-03D ROM to test some radio-related things.
Not even an ODIN flash fixed it.

/me is furious right now

Sounds like when I accidentally formatted emmc and not sdcard, man I was pissed cause you get a USB driver install trying but need a box at that point to do a factory flash. Ended up getting lucky in that at that point you couldn't just read the device and my work without forensics and 5 days later new phone.

I feel you, and hopefully you had bad flash maybe after a few darkside wipes or a kick in the face (for the phone) will hopefully get it back.

I did see thread about putting soft keys on screen as touch bar across bottom of the screen somewhere on XDA if that helps.

Device: Samsung Tmobile S2 [SGH-T989]
ROM: Yaldak's Vanilla ICS RC2
Radio: Blaze 4g ICS Radio
Tweak Script: Newest Supercharger V6 ICS with modified services.jar
Superchargers 3g turbo boost
Superchargers Kernelizer Tweaks Script
Supercharger Extreme Battery Calibrator (manual as auto seems to freeze on countdown
(working on getting all that in to specific T989 pack single install as next project)

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