do you know what could happen if something went wrong? just worrying about conciquences since you said that it's not recommended.
Well by default HTC disable certain things from working on an unlocked hboots like a RUU for example. This will only stop the xtc clip if diag.nbh files are disabled by this. It won't cause any harm to try, the warning more specifically applys to having a custom hboot/radio/Recovery. After the unlock the diag file factory resets your phone using the stock recovery. If it's not there some issues may arise with the wipe. Same goes if you were to have a custom hboot or radio firmware it could cause issues with the unlock. Your phone won't be bricked by this sort of thing, worst case scenario for your phone would be either the unlock fails or the more likely unlock succeeds but the factory wipe afterwards fails.
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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
Rom: ParanoidAndroid 3.1
-> Htc desire s
xtc clip s-off/simunlocked/supercid
revolutionary hboot 7.00.1002
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