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How to Discover the SPC Code from a Virgin Mobile MiFi 2200

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18th January 2014, 04:46 AM   |  #1  
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So this is my 1st thread and hope it's useful. I have been working for a couple of days trying to get the SPC code from this Virgin Mobile MiFi 2200 device in order to program it but it was difficult. As you may know Verizon versions (at least the 3 I've programmed) had a default 000000 code that made it very easy to get into the programming but Virgin Mobile lock their's up.

Ok, to read the SPC Code from the Virgin Mobile MiFi 2200 using CDMA Workshop. Now, I have the paid version 3.9.0 and I'm not sure if the cracked version will work. Someone will have to test it out.
If you were like me you have been searching and searching to no avail. Well search no more.
-Open up CDMA Workshop
-Security Tab, in the SPC/ User Code area click on the drop down and select Universal, RAM_3A. Click on “Read”. It will ask you if you want to switch the device to download mode… select yes. It will take a couple of minutes then display a really long list of potential codes (I had a total of 57 but a lot were duplicates). Click OK and it will streamline the selections by removing the duplicates (I had a final list of 13 possibilities). For me the 1st option was the winner.
Best of luck to all. If this helped you consider at the very least "thanking me"
4th June 2014, 08:58 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by azteccrew5

So this is my 1st thread and hope it's useful. I have been working for a couple of days trying to get the SPC code from this Virgin Mobile MiFi 2200 device in order to program it but it was difficult. As you may know Verizon versions (at least the 3 I've programmed) had a default 000000 code that made it very easy to get into the programming but Virgin Mobile lock their's up.

Ok, to read the SPC Code from the Virgin Mobile MiFi 2200 using CDMA Workshop. Now, I have the paid version 3.9.0 and I'm not sure if the cracked version will work. Someone will have to test it out.
If you were like me you have been searching and searching to no avail. Well search no more.
-Open up CDMA Workshop
-Security Tab, in the SPC/ User Code area click on the drop down and select Universal, RAM_3A. Click on “Read”. It will ask you if you want to switch the device to download mode… select yes. It will take a couple of minutes then display a really long list of potential codes (I had a total of 57 but a lot were duplicates). Click OK and it will streamline the selections by removing the duplicates (I had a final list of 13 possibilities). For me the 1st option was the winner.
Best of luck to all. If this helped you consider at the very least "thanking me"


Will this work on verizon 2200 also? I dont have cmda non demo, but might be willing to get it if I could get this to work.
thanks
4th June 2014, 09:07 PM   |  #3  
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I'm not sure if the cracked version will work. Someone will have to test it out.
If you were like me you have been searching and searching to no avail. Well search no more.

I just saw a post get deleted because the guy was talking about warze (may have had a link to it as well)

Warze are a strict No No on XDA
4th June 2014, 09:09 PM   |  #4  
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Will this work on verizon 2200 also? I dont have cmda non demo, but might be willing to get it if I could get this to work.
thanks



P.S. already tried the 000000. somehow it got changed. thanks
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