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Question [Q] Need to create SIM CARRIER LOCK again...

Hi everyone.

I don't know if its even possible but need to create the SIM CARRIER LOCK again.

When i unlock the bootloader i "erase" the sim carrier lock (guess happen to everyone) and that is awesome but know i need my phone to be carrier lock again.

Don't need that to be forever, i like it unlocked . If that is a way to fake it it's ok but need to be hidden and need to persist after reboot.

I know it's strange but i really need it... I already flash my nandroid backup from the stock rom, flash a stock recovery and lock the bootloader, still unlocked!

Anyone knows how to do it?

Thanks!

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I don't know if its even possible but need to create the SIM CARRIER LOCK again.
Neither do i think its possible. sorry.
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By Sim carrier lock, do you want to relock your boot loader or do you want to restrict your phone to using the same Sim as it came with?

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By Sim carrier lock, do you want to relock your boot loader or do you want to restrict your phone to using the same Sim as it came with?

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Hi.

I wanted to restrict the phone to the original SIM. But my problem is resolved, i don't need anymore.

By resolved i mean that i don't need to restrict the phone anymore, because solution, don't find any...

Thanks anyway!

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Hi.

I wanted to restrict the phone to the original SIM. But my problem is resolved, i don't need anymore.

By resolved i mean that i don't need to restrict the phone anymore, because solution, don't find any...

Thanks anyway!

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Well there is a way but idk if its works use J-Tag or Riff-Box it will make your phone fully as it was came in the box. My friend used it on his HTC Wildfire S and he made the phone back to factory defaults i mean the bootloader, the software it was fully restored and the Sim Branding was also restoted!

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Well there is a way but idk if its works use J-Tag or Riff-Box it will make your phone fully as it was came in the box. My friend used it on his HTC Wildfire S and he made the phone back to factory defaults i mean the bootloader, the software it was fully restored and the Sim Branding was also restoted!
Hi!

Thanks but i don't have acess to Riff-Box or J-Tag. Anyway i don't need put the phone to factory defaults anymore. But thanks is always good to know.

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