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Mar 4, 2007
Is it just me, or does the USB driver refuse to work in Windows 7 64bit? It worked fine in 32bit, though.
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IMEIs are not registered for specific operators. Only part is the start which is used for SEUS detection. Branded devices will be able to receive their key, just won't be able to go into fastboot. I need someone to debrand their phone and check if fastboot is enabled after debranding.
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Jan 13, 2009
I can't quite bring myself believe that SE don't keep a record of which handsets are sold to whom and what network they're locked to.
Obviously, they're not cross-referencing against those records when issuing the unlocking keys but I'm sure they know.

Thank you for the drivers, I think they've done it...
Here's what it said on the command prompt:
C:\Users\[username]\Desktop\SE Unlock\fastboot>fastboot.exe -i 0x0fce getvar version

version: 0.3
finished. total time: 0.001s

C:\Users\[username]\Desktop\SE Unlock\fastboot>fastboot.exe -i 0x0fce oem unlock 0x[my key]
(bootloader) Unlock phone requested
(bootloader) Erasing block 0x00000d00
(bootloader) Erasing block 0x00000e00
(bootloader) Erasing block 0x00000f00
(bootloader) Erasing block 0x00001000
(bootloader) Erasing block 0x00001100
(bootloader) Erasing block 0x00001200
(bootloader) Erasing block 0x00001300
(bootloader) Erasing block 0x00001400
(bootloader) Erasing block 0x00001500
(bootloader) Erasing block 0x00001600
(bootloader) Erasing block 0x00001700
(bootloader) Erasing block 0x00001800
OKAY [  4.170s]
finished. total time: 4.170s

C:\Users\[username]\Desktop\SE Unlock\fastboot>
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