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[Q] How can I SIM unlock my Canadian S4 ?

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Do you have a custom recovery or safestrap? I'd flash the zip on there
I installed the .zip with cwm recovery but when I checked my modem (baseband) it was mk6 modem, so it was unchanged.
 
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I installed the .zip with cwm recovery but when I checked my modem (baseband) it was mk6 modem, so it was unchanged.
I've never been able to get this to work either. Also related, unlocking will remove LTE, permanently.
 
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I've never been able to get this to work either. Also related, unlocking will remove LTE, permanently.
Unlocking shouldn't remove LTE. All you have to do is make sure to correct the APN, as it might change, and flash back to your newer modem afterwards.

Are you sure your ODIN drivers are set up right? Try reinstalling/manually updating the drivers. They never like to work very well. You could also try Mobile ODIN since you have an unlocked bootloader.
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