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Assistance in unlocking

6th December 2003, 10:30 AM   |  #1  
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Hi,

As part of our research we need some assistence. We need some information from a few different XDA's, because currently we only have a limited supply of (unlocked) phones.

To get the info we need the following:

Put the XDA II in USB Wireless modem mode.
(see http://www.myxda.com/html/HowTo/XdaI...tM_for_USB.htm and http://www.myxda.com/downloads/Wirel..._USB_files.zip)

Now connect to the HTC USB Modem with a terminal program such as Hyperterminal. It might be a bit difficult to get connected, but with auto detect for speed and settings it should work.

On Linux you can connect with minicom to /dev/ttyUSB0 for instance.

When you confirm the AT commands work:
ATZ
OK

Please submit the following commands and mail the results back to me:

AT%V
AT%VER
AT%G23
AT%SECURITY?
AT%CID?
AT%SIMLOCK?
AT%GPIO?
AT%KEYPAD?
AT%OREG?0,0
AT%BAND?
AT%HTCBAND?
AT%LISTNETWORKCODE
AT%LISTNETSUBCODE
AT%LISTSPCODE
AT%LISTCORPORATECODE
AT%LISTSIMCODE
AT%IMEI?

If you don't want to send me your IMEI leave it out, although it might be a relevant parameter. Maybe later I'll need a few more.

UPDATE: Also please mention your ROM versions and if your device is locked.

e-mail to: W4XY@xda-developers.com

thanks,
6th December 2003, 11:11 AM   |  #2  
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I can try, But I don´t have the USB files to the desktop. I´m running WindowsXP Pro
This link is unavaibel.
(http://www.myxda.com/downloads/Wirel..._USB_files.zip)
You can mail me the files at helio108@hotmail.com

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6th December 2003, 11:18 AM   |  #3  
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Hi !

I send you but at%security? give back error.
at%hctband? may be wrong. at%htcband? is better.

(My sim is not GPRS.)

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Sebi
7th December 2003, 08:40 AM   |  #4  
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Wireless modem files
Hi the zip file is now there and contains the necessary file USBMDM.INF that you need on your PC.

Also I added some extra fields to the list of AT commands. Especially if you have a locked device I'm interested in your results (I have none yet).

Thanks,
7th December 2003, 08:45 PM   |  #5  
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how come???
Hi, i'm new here and i got a XDA II which is locked by O2... i've tried the commands listed above but i got all returned "ERROR"... :shock: the only one i got is AT%CID? which gives me back "3600" and "NO CARRIER"...

Am I doing something wrong anywhere?

Can anybody pls guide me? thanks!

p/s: XDA II is the best!!! :wink:
7th December 2003, 09:12 PM   |  #6  
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Re: how come???
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haiŽ]returned "ERROR"... :shock: the only one i got is AT%CID? which gives me back "3600" and "NO CARRIER"...

Hmm, anyone else with a locked device that can comment?

All I got so far were five responses from people with unlocked devices.

Thanks,
7th December 2003, 09:13 PM   |  #7  
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XDAii locked
You donkey!!!
YOU CAN'T UNLOCK WITH AT COMMANDS
7th December 2003, 10:03 PM   |  #8  
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Re: XDAii locked
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You donkey!!!
YOU CAN'T UNLOCK WITH AT COMMANDS

Thanks for your wonderful informative comments. If you know that much about it why not share all your knowledge on how the device is locked and unlocked.

Actually both the official way as our previous unlock tool worked through AT commands. Further more the above commands are not directly to unlock your device but to understand the GSM ROM that we are currently researching.
7th December 2003, 10:51 PM   |  #9  
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Re: XDAii locked
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Originally Posted by XDA developer W4XY

Thanks for your wonderful informative comments. If you know that much about it why not share all your knowledge on how the device is locked and unlocked.

Actually both the official way as our previous unlock tool worked through AT commands. Further more the above commands are not directly to unlock your device but to understand the GSM ROM that we are currently researching.

W4XY, please don't waste your time on someone who doesn't know....

I expect to get my t-Mobile MDA (=MDA 2) this week and it will be locked
to t-Mobile, so I will come back with the information ASAP.

Keep up the good work!
7th December 2003, 10:57 PM   |  #10  
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Actually both the official way as our previous unlock tool worked through AT commands.

I'm sorry, I aplogize unreservedly,
oh great XDA gurus, I am not worthy to interpret even a semaphore.

I was working at O2 before Xmas, and their tech bods say that you can't unlock with AT on XDA II.. I should have their X2(PPC, but no gsm{radio}) next week, will try and send dump, along with my own (locked) version. will probably get sack

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