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How to get your MSL code for SPrint Ppl

7th February 2008, 07:14 PM   |  #1  
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Here's how to get your MSL Unlock Code to edit the settings found under "Dialer Codes" (##code#)#) mentioned earlier.

0. Download GetSPC

http://www.5gmobile.us/mobilefiles/VX6800/GetSPC.zip (if this link doesn't work then try googling "GetSPC" or checking the download section)

Instructions:

1. Unzip and copy the extracted GetSPC folder (with all 3 files) to the storage card on your device.

2. Write down the ESN (Hex) number found behind the battery.

3. Power up and run the 'GetSPC(PPC 2003)' executable on your device.

4. In the 'Input' field, enter the ESN number you wrote down but be sure to use ALL CAPITOLS for the alpha values. (Ex: 123ABCD4, not 123abcd4)

5. Hit the 'Go' button. The value in the 'Output' field will be your "Unlock Code".
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7th February 2008, 08:17 PM   |  #2  
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I was under the impression Titan/Mogul users didn't use the 2003... we used the other since we are running WM5 or higher
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Quote:
Originally Posted by nursemm05

I was under the impression Titan/Mogul users didn't use the 2003... we used the other since we are running WM5 or higher


This will run fine with WM5 and WM6 just run it off you phone i use this to find it my code and it will work trust me
7th February 2008, 08:46 PM   |  #4  
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I've already done it but I used the non 2003 one.
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I just called *2 and asked for it. Simply said I was doing a software upgrade and needed it in case something went wrong.
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Thanks a lot for this little program! I flashed the ROM on my mogul tonight, and didn't have the unlock code for the ESPT. I found this post and it worked perfectly on my sprint phone.

thanks!
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Thanks a lot for this little program! I flashed the ROM on my mogul tonight, and didn't have the unlock code for the ESPT. I found this post and it worked perfectly on my sprint phone.

thanks!

no problem
5th April 2008, 03:44 AM   |  #8  
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thanks for this
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I'm actually glad you posted this. This would have helped me out a couple days ago when I was searching frantically for getSPC and couldn't remember the name. Did you know if you search for msl on here and ppcgeeks, you get no results? I eventually found it on some random forum in the middle of nowhere.
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lol next time type in search MSL

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