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2nd August 2013, 01:38 PM |#91  
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HTC One SV has no internal storage?

EDIT: It has internal storage, so it's not related to this.
2nd August 2013, 01:42 PM |#92  
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HTC One SV has no internal storage?

EDIT: It has internal storage, so it's not related to this.

We're talking about the goldcard when we mentioned internal storage, not about hex editing... they are two different things
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12th August 2013, 01:23 PM |#93  
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Did Anyone try what was put in the SuperCid Onesv thread ?

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2nd September 2013, 02:58 PM |#94  
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Tried to superCID, not working
Hey guys!

Just as info: Tried tu superCID my Desire X based on instructions in this thread.
Sorry to say It's not working for now.
adb says it writes to partition but on reboot nothing happens.
Setup:
Desire X with unlocked bootloader
recovery TWRP
ROM mySENSEdx+ RC3.0
PROTO PVT SHIP S-ON RL
hboot: 1.25.0002
radio: 1.15.40.04
CID: HTC__032

I wanted to unlock network as my phone is locked on Orange carrier.
I poked around and noticed some reference to simlock on mmcblk0p5, but I guess that block is for predefined messages returned by the phone.

Found this in mmcblk0p3:
SetHTCRegionInfo: CID=%s, PID=%s, IMEI=%s, SECU_FLAG=%d, UNLOCK=0x%X....**Start reading back and check the difference (verify by address number)**..**Start reading back and check the difference (verify by particular buffer)**...Usage: SetSkuID (example: 'skuid 1 26' stands for setting field 1 to 125Band)...Usage: setgpio <gpio_no>(dec) <gpio_value>(hex) [<gpio_cfg>(hex)=GPIO_NO_PULL [<in/out>=1]].....Usage: (1)LED_CHARGING,(2)LED_OVERTEMP (3)LED_DISCHARGING (4)LED_Charging_Full (5)LED_Charging_L ..

Looking at a 1.24 ver i found the same block in radio.img. So could mmcblk0p3 be the radio section?

From what I understand Simlock option in bootloader menu is used by operators to lock the phones to network with some kind of JAVACARD inserted (i dont know if this is a SIM or a SD card, but i think is a SIM card).

Hope a workaround for the SuperCID is found soon without the need to S-OFF.

In the end I want to thank the devs for putting such effort into new discoveries and making our lives more interesting
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7th October 2013, 01:01 PM |#95  
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Hi Guys

I Have Solution/File/Address For S-OFF ,Also Can Set SuperCID Via Fastboot Command After S_OFF....

But,I'm Not Developer For This Model...I'm Working over JTAG,,S-off Via Driect Writing via Jtag I Mean
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So,If Any One Can Work on For Flashing my S-OFF File with Windows or etc ,PLEASE Contact me at ICQ or Here Link
http://forum.gsmhosting.com/vbb/f634/
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Or Maybe want post more info here?


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