Oh, well I didn't mention anything because I've done the procedure EXACTLY as u described it!Sorry, I only have the Dutch language pack. I happened to log it, because I upgraded and logged while I had set my device was set to have Dutch language available. If you want URL's for other languages, you need a device (from you or someone else) which is on RTM or NoDo (you might want to revert your device using a backup or flash an old ROM). Edit the registry: Go to "HKLM\MUI\Available" and add registryvalues for the languages you need. For every language you add a string-value. The name of the value should be the 4-digit hex language-code (look here for different language-codes). The content of the value should be the description of the language. Then startup WireShark and monitor you internet connection in promiscuous mode. Enter filter: "http.request". Start to update your phone. You'll see all the webrequests it makes. You'll also see which cab-files will be downloaded for your language packs.
I also have version 0628. This is indeed a new version. I don't know why you are missing the Unlock. You've probably missed something. But you haven't given any info about your setup and the procedures that you've tried, so I can't help you further.
Is there a reason you don't want those values cleared? Without that, the phone will reset the max unsigned apps value to 10 (if you have a legit dev account) or re-lock the phone entirely (if you don't) periodically, requiring repeated unlocking.
Alternatively, you can reset them manually afterwards, using WP7 Root Tools or another registry editing mechanic.
I've got an HTC 7 Pro and a Windows Phone developer account (student), so I can unlock the phone without hacks. I've already updated to Mango, too.
This thread's first post claims that interop-unlock cannot be enabled without first downgrading to NoDo or earlier. So I've downgraded to (pre-NoDo) 1.22 (using one of Ansar's ROMs).
Now I'm stuck at what exactly I need to do in order to perform the additional interop-unlock. As far as I have gathered, something needs to be done in preparation prior to upgrading again to Mango in order to then have an interop-unlocked device (the relevant registry key, for example, cannot be accessed directly). However, all of the how-tos and thread's I've found about this were not conclusive.
Summing up, how do I turn my HTC 7 Pro into an interop-unlocked Mango device (enabling homebrew applications) given a NoDo or pre-NoDo firmware?
(I've asserted that I can do this with my student developer account. If this is however not actually possible (and I need to completely jail-break the device), please correct me.)
Hmm. The only thing I can think of is that the batch file does not function properly. Edit the batch-file to echo the updatewp command, instead of executing it. See what it tries to execute. Maybe it tries to add the cab twice or something. You should be able to do the complete action in one command. See what it does and try to fix the commandline manually and then execute that commandline. Hope that helps.
Oh, well I didn't mention anything because I've done the procedure EXACTLY as u described it!
I synced, checked for updates, Made SURE that Diagnosis was uninstalled, loaded the interop.xap which was set to be automatically executed on the device by my loader, I saw the message that i can continue with the procedure (the one that your xap prints). Then i opened the diagnosis, typed the code and I can only see the 3 test beds which are standard...no interop unlock shown there!
I've got the Samsung omnia 7 with the latest Mango update btw.
ok , i did unlock mango thanks to you , problem is no 3g
i tried all solutions mentioned in your post , non worked.
no net , only way to get net is to toggle 3g ( Samsung tool ) OFF ,
to get G and E .
but if toggle 3g ON , no connection
in addition to that , i hard reseted my device , and restore it to 7392 and flash it with some roms , no way to make any WCDMA work .
In band selection menu under NETWORK CONTROL ( diagnosis *#32489# )
there are three options to select one of them :
WCDMA Band Preference
GSM Band Preference
the only option working is no.3 , other 2options no signal even for phone calls
I'm on a Samsung Focus trying to update diagnosis manually using the WP7 Update Cab Sender linked to. I'm getting a funky error message:
Update device ... Complete with error code: 8018001E, error message: IU (Image Update) installation failed on phone: File name confict. Two or more packages in the update contain the same file."
I downloaded the cab linked to, and downloaded the zip file with the "WP7 Update Cab Sender" batch file. I dropped the cab file into the folder I extracted the tools to as instructed. I had to install an updated version of the Support Tool to work with Zune 4.8 to get it working, but it runs through the entire process, reboots the phone, and ends with a message telling me that the update was unsuccessful with that error.
If anyone has encountered this and knows a fix, or has some idea what might be going on, it'd be appreciated.
I've played with this as many different ways as I can, but it's only running the cab once, and I can't seem to manually execute it either successfully.
I've tracked the problem down to two files in the firmware that are conflicting with something on my phone. I know it's probably a terrible idea, but if anyone has the tools to rebuild the firmware .cab file without the files "OEM_8x50_OS_CAMERA.cab.pkg" and "SEC_CETUS_OS_APPS_OPEN.cab.pkg", I'd really appreciate it. I don't have the tools needed to repackage the cab file.
Your story doesn't make sense to me. It seems there is a file missing. The only thing I can think of is that you flashed a new ROM or did a hard reset somewgere along the line, after you installed the xap. If you did that, you did it wrong. If not, I don't know what happened.
What operator/country are tou using? Is that one listed in your Network Profile app?