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21st August 2010, 11:29 AM   |  #1  
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Let's consolidate this into one thread

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=761045
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21st August 2010, 11:35 AM   |  #2  
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dont forget the

su

after the second line
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cd /dev/block <enter>
su <enter> <at this point your phone will ask for superuser access ALLOW it>
dd if=/dev/block/bml3 of=/sdcard/bml3.bak <enter>

Go find the file on your SD Card

if anyone wants help, pm me
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21st August 2010, 11:39 AM   |  #3  
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thanks for the correction. would you mind posting the commands so others may see them better?

if anyone wants to do it themselves open the bak file in any hex editor and look around the code is in there twice and is an 8 digit number

added an attachment that shows where it is located. the last box on line 515040 I just removed all the other information to make sure there was no identifying information to protect the source.
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wow discovered this after I paid for mine LOL
but still no regret.. no more hassle worth more than $35 for me
Anyway thanks OP for sharing your knowledge for free!
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hmmm line 515040 mine shows 123456789 i'm using hex edit neo... mabey I should try a diffrent program.
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works great
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I have a Captivate and I believe I found it. I don't have another network provider sim to put in. I tried the #0111*unlockcode# with and without my AT&T sim in. It returns "Not registered on network" if I try without a sim card in. If I try with the sim card in it says running ussd code and then says "Rejected".
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what hex editor are you guys using..
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what hex editor are you guys using..


I'm using Hex Fiend (for Mac). I found (or at least believe I found it) near/on offset 5332044. Try doing an ASCII search for SSNV
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I'm using Hex Fiend (for Mac). I found (or at least believe I found it) near/on offset 5332044. Try doing an ASCII search for SSNV

Think I found it now.. thanks.. hey did you get yours to work?

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