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If you do s-off you can try with this.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1232107
Thank you, but it is now unlocked, I want to keep it unlocked, even after flashing ROMs. I just don't want to risk.
 
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Thank you, but it is now unlocked, I want to keep it unlocked, even after flashing ROMs. I just don't want to risk.
Flashing roms has nothing to do with SIM lock.
PREVIOUS:
- iPhone 3g
- HTC Desire
- HTC Incredible S
- HTC Desire X
- BlackBerry 9800
- ZTE Grand X
- HTC Desire HD
- HTC Sensation
- Sony Xperia T

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Default S-Off not necessary to flash CM 11

Getting S-Off is not really required if you're just looking at flashing ROM's. I've been using my phone with S-On since more than a year and no problem in flashing any ROM yet. You just need to flash 4ext recovery and enable smart flash. Just follow this awesome guide
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1631861
And you may go for S-Off after you get to know more about your phone...
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Just my input here but you cannot lose sim unlock pal it's a hardware lock that once removed cannot be undone

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-> HTC wildfire (buzz)- currently testing all sorts.

-> HTC wildfire BEE
s-on HTC-dev unlocked
rom: my cooked rom
-> HTC sensation XE
Died a horrible overheating death
-> Nexus 7 32gb wifi
Bootloader unlocked
Rom: ParanoidAndroid 3.1
-> Htc desire s
xtc clip s-off/simunlocked/supercid
revolutionary hboot 7.00.1002
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From my experience, once you SIM unlock you won't lose it after you s-off, root, and flash... But as everybody has said, make sure you backup just in case you need to go back or do something wrong

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HTC Sensation- Pac-Man CM11 Nightly (DD)
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D1- TEAM MIUI 1.1.14.0 (Sold)
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Stock Launcher Pro Plus
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G2x- HellFire Sandwich 1.7 dirty (Sold)
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Lg Revo- Rooted but Stock (Sold)
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Thanks everyone. Finally, with your helps, I flashed Cyanogenmod 11 on my HTC Sensation, and all the progress went well, without loosing anything important! But, After a few hours of testing, I found some problems, that made me go back to official Rom. I think I'd better write a review about it for other people too.
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