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By trojanere, Junior Member on 20th January 2014, 02:17 PM
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3rd February 2014, 09:20 AM |#11  
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Flash the lastest upgrade..4.2.2 Sense 5..

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My phone has this stock Rom already on it.. I would have to try putting another stock Rom on it. It it possible to put a standard unbranded stock Rom on it instead of HG3?
 
 
3rd February 2014, 03:56 PM |#12  
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As far as I know ofcourse you can
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OK I have put another H3G stock rom on and this does not work either.

After looking into this further I have found somewhere that if the phone is a replacement one or something was changed from manufacturer and providers with regards to databases for unlock codes then the one provided may not work.

Well my phone went into the service centre and they fixed it but stated after testing they decided to change the mainboard. I suspect because it was originally a CID 1111111 with S-OFF(unbranded as HTC described it) as it was delivered first day they came out. Rush job to get to market and didn't get branded to H3G_001 and S-ON I suppose.

Anyway I suspect that because the main board has been changed the the unlock code has also changed and not been documented or changed on the database for the codes. So they are providing me with the original code not the new one and the letter for the fix state IMEI code previous and new the same, so they must have just reprogrammed that and forgot about the unlock code.

Is there a way to read these off the phone, NVR or something?
10th February 2014, 03:27 PM |#14  
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I am with Orange or EE and I have tried to flash a stock rom with stock recovery and relocked bootloader and nothing has worked. I have paid 2 companies for the unlock code which is the same code and nothing works I am so frustrated might have to leave htc. This is ridiculous I am on 3.16.61 and my cid is orang001
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I am with Orange or EE and I have tried to flash a stock rom with stock recovery and relocked bootloader and nothing has worked. I have paid 2 companies for the unlock code which is the same code and nothing works I am so frustrated might have to leave htc. This is ridiculous I am on 3.16.61 and my cid is orang001

I'm going elsewhere on my next phone too. HTC support use the bootloader unlock as a get out of jail free card.
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I'm going elsewhere on my next phone too. HTC support use the bootloader unlock as a get out of jail free card.

Just to kick this up I've had the exact same problem (this time with t-mobile) 3 companies and EE all with the same code, all refused by the phone.

Heart breaking really.

Is there no hardware method to get the code or an alternative sim unlock out there?
3rd May 2014, 08:44 PM |#17  
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Just to kick this up I've had the exact same problem (this time with t-mobile) 3 companies and EE all with the same code, all refused by the phone.

Heart breaking really.

Is there no hardware method to get the code or an alternative sim unlock out there?

ask the t-mobile
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