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[Q] Bypassing Activation?

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By solarpolitiks, Senior Member on 12th April 2011, 07:14 PM
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So I received a fresh Pixi Plus today but I do not want to activate it yet, just mess around with it before I have to activate it. I found two solutions. One of which is devicetool which I would run through command prompt and would bypass for me. This, however, would not connect to my Pixi as windows can't find drivers. If anybody has Win7 drivers that would help.
The other solution is this:
http://forums.precentral.net/palm-pr...ation-etc.html
But it claims that I shouldn't bypass activation if I plan on using the Cellular Radio. Will I really not be able to use it as a phone if I follow the guide?
Edit: Seems I got it. Just needed the Palm SDK heh
Hopefully I can still activate later though :/
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Should be able just to go into Dev mode, I did it with my 2 pres.
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I couldn't get into Dev Mode because the activation screen wouldn't let me pass. I got it though. I will be activating this though. I am really enjoying WebOS right now. Very clean.
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You should be able to by going into the emergency dialer, I forget the code for dev mode though for WebOS.
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You should be able to by going into the emergency dialer, I forget the code for dev mode though for WebOS.

One of them is:
upupdowndownleftrightleftrightbastart
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Quote:
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One of them is:
upupdowndownleftrightleftrightbastart

Or:
webos20090606

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I have attached an edited driver for Windows 7 in a zip. Just extract zip, unplug device, install the driver, plug in device, enjoy.
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any driver for x86 ??
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There's a Universal Novacom Installer over at Pre Central: http://forums.precentral.net/canuck-...-v1-2-1-a.html
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any driver for x86 ??

Sorry late reply but those drivers work for my Windows 7 64bit

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