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[MOD][S-OFF] SIM Unlock Your HTC ONE M8 GSM *NOT SPRINT*

15th January 2015, 02:59 AM |#521  
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Unfortunately it appear that HTC has patched this vulnerability that let the device to be SIM unlocked by this procedure, as you guys know and it is stated in the op this wasn't done by me I just shared available information and I did tried my self on the AT&T device and it was confirmed to work on other variants, but as everything else good, it has come to an end until further notice I will ask the moderator to close this thread and leave it for reference only. Thanks for understanding.
 
 
15th January 2015, 03:00 AM |#522  
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Trouble with my M8
I have been having a lot of trouble getting my HTC One M8 harman-kardon edition working on the AT&T network. I followed all of the steps, installed TWRP, rooted, S-off via sunshine, and I tried this method but can not seem to get the phone to connect to the network. When I go into network preferences I can choose GSM network, but the available GSM networks is always grayed out. Any suggestions?
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P.S. I removed the Software Status: Tampered but I don't think that that should affect anything...
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15th January 2015, 03:06 AM |#523  
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I agree, but I will give it a shot. But pls continue to give suggestions - any help is GLADLY appreciated!

Does anyone know how to UNDO the config.dat write? When viewing config.dat in a HEX editor, it seems like not much info. Maybe I can re-SIM-Lock the device back to Rogers (?) *hopeful!

One last idea, though it may or may not work.

Since you are S-off, downgrade to the original developer edition using an RUU. That will put all firmware, including HBOOT, radio, etc. all back to stock from yesteryear. Then, try running the config.dat against it. I seriously doubt the hardware has changed, but it is very likely the radio and HBOOT have, so you might have a chance at getting this to work by reverting.

It's a long shot, but see if you can find: RUU_M8_UL_K44_SENSE60_SECURITY_BrightstarUS_WWE_1. 54.1540.10_Radio_1.16.21331931.LA11G_20.31A.4145.0 2L_release_372510_signed_2.exe

I have a copy if you can't find one on the HTC site.
15th January 2015, 03:10 AM |#524  
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One last idea, though it may or may not work.

Since you are S-off, downgrade to the original developer edition using an RUU. That will put all firmware, including HBOOT, radio, etc. all back to stock from yesteryear. Then, try running the config.dat against it. I seriously doubt the hardware has changed, but it is very likely the radio and HBOOT have, so you might have a chance at getting this to work by reverting.

It's a long shot, but see if you can find: RUU_M8_UL_K44_SENSE60_SECURITY_BrightstarUS_WWE_1. 54.1540.10_Radio_1.16.21331931.LA11G_20.31A.4145.0 2L_release_372510_signed_2.exe

I have a copy if you can't find one on the HTC site.

You could try it from this forum... http://forum.xda-developers.com/htc-...-1-54-t2884777

Any suggestions for me jshamlet?
15th January 2015, 03:15 AM |#525  
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You could try it from this forum... http://forum.xda-developers.com/htc-...-1-54-t2884777

Any suggestions for me jshamlet?

Not other than what I posted. Backup your data, make sure your CID/MID match one of the Developer Edition/Unlocked Edition phones, and blow it away back to the past. The RUU will completely revert your phone back to bone stock, and that particular RUU will put it back to the way they were last year when they first came out. Note, it doesn't erase an external SD card - I've left mine in before, and it wasn't touched.

Then, once it is done, reboot into the boot loader and try again with the config.dat procedure here. There is a very good chance that the original radio software in that RUU will support this method.

Like I said, it's a long shot, but if your phone is already toasted, it won't do any further damage.
15th January 2015, 03:17 AM |#526  
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Not other than what I posted. Backup your data, make sure your CID/MID match one of the Developer Edition/Unlocked Edition phones, and blow it away back to the past. The RUU will completely revert your phone back to bone stock, and that particular RUU will put it back to the way they were last year when they first came out. Note, it doesn't erase an external SD card - I've left mine in before, and it wasn't touched.

Then, once it is done, reboot into the boot loader and try again with the config.dat procedure here. There is a very good chance that the original radio software in that RUU will support this method.

Like I said, it's a long shot, but if your phone is already toasted, it won't do any further damage.

How do you change MID? Can you do it through adb?
15th January 2015, 03:35 AM |#527  
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How do you change MID? Can you do it through adb?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2708581
15th January 2015, 04:26 AM |#528  
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Per the OP's request, this thread has been closed. As it says in the OP, the vulnerability has been patched and so this guide does not work anymore. If you have issues and need help, please post a question in the Q&A thread. Thank you for understanding.
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