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HTC Dev Unlock Works on Verizon HTC One - UPDATE: No Longer Works

23rd August 2013, 02:28 PM |#101  
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You have a method to send unlock codes? Or am i misunderstanding something here

No, I just sent him the code I got from HTCDev when I unlocked yesterday before the crackdown.
 
 
23rd August 2013, 02:33 PM |#102  
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No, I just sent him the code I got from HTCDev when I unlocked yesterday before the crackdown.

Will that work? If I went out and bought an HTC One today, could I just use someone else's unlock code?

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23rd August 2013, 02:35 PM |#103  
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Will that work? If I went out and bought an HTC One today, could I just use someone else's unlock code?

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No it wouldn't work like that. I forgot to say that I sent him the code because he wants to compare some peoples codes via a Hex Editor or something. If you try to use someone else's unlock code, it won't work.
23rd August 2013, 02:36 PM |#104  
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If I can do something to help
I was one of the guys who unlocked the bootloader before the crackdown based on this thread saying it wouldn't take Verizon long to block it. If there's something I could do to help (as long as I won't be under too much risk of bricking my shiny new phone), don't hesitate to tell me what to do. Also, if there's a bounty anywhere for full S-Off, I'd be more than happy to pitch in. I just want to make sure this device won't be ignored by the hacking community now that the HTC Dev Unlock no longer works.
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23rd August 2013, 02:38 PM |#105  
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Will that work? If I went out and bought an HTC One today, could I just use someone else's unlock code?

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No - that code is somehow tied to your unique device ID

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I was one of the guys who unlocked the bootloader before the crackdown based on this thread saying it wouldn't take Verizon long to block it. If there's something I could do to help (as long as I won't be under too much risk of bricking my shiny new phone), don't hesitate to tell me what to do. Also, if there's a bounty anywhere for full S-Off, I'd be more than happy to pitch in. I just want to make sure this device won't be ignored by the hacking community now that the HTC Dev Unlock no longer works.

+1 here as well
23rd August 2013, 02:51 PM |#106  
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I dont really know if this is something that will work or not but I thought it was worth getting a few other peoples opinions. I was wondering if it is possible to somehow edit the Unlock_Code.bin file that people got from the HTCdev site before it was locked down, if we can find a way to edit that file to work with another device we can continue to unlock devices.

The thread for this idea in the Q&A Section - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2417135
23rd August 2013, 02:52 PM |#107  
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I dont really know if this is something that will work or not but I thought it was worth getting a few other peoples opinions. I was wondering if it is possible to somehow edit the Unlock_Code.bin file that people got from the HTCdev site before it was locked down, if we can find a way to edit that file to work with another device we can continue to unlock devices.

The thread for this idea in the Q&A Section - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2417135

I think the file is signed with HTC's private key which is why it is flashable... otherwise we could just flash anything if you edit it the signature is altered
23rd August 2013, 02:54 PM |#108  
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Thanks to all the hard work from the devevlopers over the past 24 hours. I also was able to unlock mine immediately after picking it up. I also flashed CWM recovery and have root. The debloat script worked like a charm as well.

Really surprised to see HTC/Verizon reacted and locked it down as fast as they did. I understand it is being blocked on HTCdev but I am imagine someone at Verizon was frantically calling them just a couple hours into launch day screaming at them to block the tool.
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23rd August 2013, 02:58 PM |#109  
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Thanks to all the hard work from the devevlopers over the past 24 hours. I also was able to unlock mine immediately after picking it up. I also flashed CWM recovery and have root. The debloat script worked like a charm as well.

Bragger!

Now I'm sad.. I was gonna unlock at work right when I got it and decided to wait until I got home. Boo to me..
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Comparing them and they only have 4 bits that match. Not a good sign.
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