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LG L-04C Docomo Optimus Unlocked!

Posted: January 9, 2013 in Reference

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Connecting with L04C

Connected

Receiving phone info

Getting phone info

Model: L04C

Platform: LG Qualcomm

Software Platform: Android

SDRAM Size: 512 MB

NAND Flash Size: 1 GB

CPU: MSM7227

Firmware Released: Feb 15 2011 12:42:09

Firmware Compiled: Oct 13 2010 21:00:00

Firmware Version: L04C-M76XX-V10d-FEB-15-2011-XX

IMEI: 354079-04-056235-3

Bluetooth Address: B0:89:91:65:0E:34

Connect mode: Normal

Info received

Unlocking phone

Unlock: Start

Dumping NVM…

Getting phone info…

Getting phone info: OK

Switching to NVM mode…

Switching to NVM mode: OK

Dumping NVM: OK

Patching NVM…

Patching NVM: OK

Flashing NVM…

Flashing NVM: OK

Switching to normal mode…

Switching to normal mode: OK

Unlock: Finish

Phone successfully unlocked

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Ericsson W300i Pic

Model (from GDFS):W300i
Brand:Fido
MAPP CXC article: R9A036      prgCXC1123267_NAM_1_JE
MAPP CXC version: R9A036
Language Package: ROGERS
CDA article: CDA102499/56
CDA version: R11A
Default article: cxc1123203
Default version: R9A036
PROVIDER: MULTIPLE
Network LOCKED
Service provider LOCKED

USERCODE:0000

SEARCH:D:\SETOOL firmware\SE\W300\r9a036\r9a036_CXC1123267_NAM_1_JE.ssw.cry
“R9A036_CXC1123267_NAM_1_JE” CREATED
Elapsed: 14 secs.
CFG:000000000000
ChipID:8040,EMP protocol:0301

PHONE STATE: “RETAIL”
FLASH CID: 0049
Speed:921600
LDR:061113 1250 ALUCXC125872_COMPACTPRODUCTION_ID_LOADER P3L
OTP LOCKED:1 CID:49 PAF:1 IMEI:35286101547542 CERT:RED
PATCH:061204 1529 HAN_DB2010_MEM_PATCHER_R2A007_CXC9876543210 0
LDR:060718 0842 LIE_DB2010_FLASHLOADER_R2A003_CXC1326738
FLASH ID: 2019

REMOVE BATTERY FROM PHONE, THEN INSERT IT BACK
THEN PRESS “READY”

STARTING BOOTLOADER …
INT LDR:DB2010_RESPIN_ID_LOADER_SETOOL2
LDR:DB2010_RESPIN_PRODLOADER_SETOOL2
FLASH ID: 2019
FOUND VERSION “R9A036_CXC1123267_NAM_1_JE”
Setting up GDFS …
WRITING CLEAR SIMLOCK UNITS …
SIGNING …
Unlock DONE

BB 8520 Fido Lock Unlocked!

Posted: January 4, 2013 in Reference

phone

Phone IMEI : 359429034066140
Phone MEP : MEP-23361-001

Calculating…
====================================
Phone MEP Codes:

MEP1 :41056826
MEP2 :24125790
MEP3 :57989255
MEP4 :79457907
MEP5 :21686113

====================================
All Done!
====================================

 

RUNNING S1_EROM VER “R5A038”

EROM_AID : 0001
LOADER_AID : 0002
SW_AID : 0001
CUST_AID : 0001
SIM_LOCK_AID : 0001

SIMLOCK STATE: “NOT TAMPERED”
DEVICE ID: 0901002AC20078CC0000000021860000
FLASH ID: “0089/8904”
LOADER VERSION: “R3A011”

PHONE IMEI : 35575502739540
GOT SEED: EDB1F12C8901002AC20078CC
P96 AUTH PASSED
Searching …
SIMLOCK CHECK FOUND
Writing …
Unlock DONE

Here are the logs:

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Android is a lot about control. Most of the smartphone platforms are, to be honest. For instance, Apple is also about control, but the Cupertino company prefers to keep that control in its own hands. What the users installs on their device, how they can use their phones, what apps are even allowed to run on the said platform. Google’s Android, however, puts most of that control in the users’ hand, staying true to its open source nature. Of course, manufacturers choose to restrict certain areas, but that’s only for stability and prevention of user accidents. Overall, a user has much more control over almost all areas of the smartphone when it’s running Android, which is further enhanced by a very active developer community.

It is this same control that lets you customize an Android phone or tablet to your liking, and as much as you desire to. Ringtones, wallpapers, custom launchers, widgets etc., are all part of that customization efforts. One rather ill-regarded element of this is boot animations. For most users, they won’t even mean a thing, since the only time you come across those is when you start up your device from a powered down state. However, for customization enthusiasts, that’s a pretty big deal. Now, Android has a standard model for these start up sequences, where a conventional bootanimation.zip file contains everything that’s displayed on device power up. Samsung, however, made a rather bizarre choice here, opting for a proprietary QMG format in place of the ZIP one, thereby limiting the ROM chefs’ choice to include custom boot animations in their offerings (QMG can only be created using commercial software that’s rather expensive).

Custom-Boot-Animation

To address this, XDA developer smokin1337 has come up with a mod for all Samsung devices that follow the QMG route, which will bring back the support for standard bootanimation.zip. Essentially, there are two versions of the mod (both of them use an updater script, by the way); one that adds support for bootanimation.zip to the system, while the other that only modifies Samsungani – the Samsung protocol for calling boot animations. The instructions for using both remain the same.

It should be noted that these will work only on rooted phones, since the updater script uses BusyBox for mounting partitions. You also need to have the bootanimation.zip that you want to use, and the required ZIP file from the source link below.

Step 1: Using a root-level file explorer on your Android, mount the system as read-write and navigate to /system partition.

Step 2: Copy the bootanimation.zip file that you wish to use at this location in your device:

/system/media/bootanimation.zip

Step 3: Now, put the hack ZIP file at the root of your device’s internal memory, reboot into recovery and flash the ZIP file (which will invoke the updater script in turn and enable the boot animation).

Step 4: Reboot the device. You should now see the new boot animation that you placed in system/media partition, as opposed to whatever you had earlier.

The method is fairly simple, and requires very little effort. For more information, downloads, variations to the process and troubleshooting help, head on over to the XDA forum link below.

(Source: XDA-Developers forum thread)

How to enter codes to LG phones

Posted: September 18, 2011 in Reference

For the following models you must insert an accepted SIM Card and then:

LG C3100 press 2945#*3101#
LG C3380 press 2945#*7101#
LG F2300 press 2945#*7101#
LG KE260 press 2945#*2601#
LG KE970 press 2945#*9701#
LG KF390 and KF390q *#865625#
LG KF600 press 2945#*71001#
LG KF755d press 2945#*755# (you need to insert a not-allowed SIM card instead and then enter the sequence to enter the code)
LG KG120 press 2945#*1201#
LG KG220 press 2945#*1201#
LG KG240 press 2945#*3311#
LG KG280 press 2945#*7101#
LG KG290 press 2945#*7101#
LG KG800 press 2945#*7101#
LG KP210a press 2945#*71001# ( (you need to insert a not-allowed SIM card instead and then enter the sequence to enter the code)
LG KP500 press 2945#*71101# LG KP265 press 2945#*265#
LG KU250 press 2945#*250#
LG KU380 press 2945#*380#
LG TE365 press 2945#*365# (you need to insert a not-allowed SIM card instead and then enter the sequence to enter the code)

Next, a secret menu will appear, go to settings-security-sim lock, enter NCK and press OK.

For the following models you must insert a not-allowed SIM and then:

LG KS360 press 2945#*71001#
LG KU311 press 815118#*#
LG KU800 press 82652#*#
LG L600v press 815118#*#
LG U8150 press 277634#*#
LG U8210 press 277634#*#
LG U8500 press 277634#*#

Enter NCK and press OK.

How to Enter Unlock Codes on LG KB770:

Insert an original simcard and turn phone on
Enter sim PIN if required
Enter 2945*#770#
From the menu that pops up select “SIM unlock”
Enter unlock code you received and press OK
The phone will then reboot and the unlock is complete

How to enter Unlock Codes to LG GB250 & GB220

Power on your phone without SIM card
Enter 2945#*505#
From the menu that pops up select “SIM unlock”
Enter unlock code and press OK
The phone will then reboot and the unlock is complete

How to Enter Unlock Codes on LG GT505:

Power on your phone without SIM card
Enter 2945#*505#
From the menu that pops up select “SIM unlock”
Enter unlock code and press OK
The phone will then reboot and the unlock is complete

How to Enter Unlock Codes on LG KP100:

1) Insert a not allowed SIM card
2) Press the unlock button
3) Enter the code
OR
1. Insert allowed SIM.
2. Booting (Request PIN Code, PIN Code enable)
3. In Idle Screen, Input the hidden number (2945#*20001#)
4. Input the number (above), go back to the idle screen
5. Menu-4.Settings, 7.Security-6.SIMLock Code:-1.Network Unlock Code:-1.Deactivate:
6. Select “1.Deactivate:” Menu, Display pop up “ SIM Lock Code:”.
7. Input right Unlock code, Display pop up “Deactivate”. 8. Reboot, and unlock simlock code

How to Enter Unlock Codes on LG KF390 and KF390q:

1) Insert a SIM Card from the network the mobile is locked to and turn it on
2) Insert the following sequence *#865625#;
3) Select ‘Unlock USIM’
4) Select ‘Network Lock’
5) Insert the unlock code
6) Reinsert the unlock code
7) Select OK. Done!

How to Enter Unlock Codes on LG Prada (e.g KE850, etc):
1. Switch the telephone on with Original SIM card inside.
2. Enter SIM pin if required.
3. Enter 2945#*8501# and press the call button (middle button bottom of the screen).
4. SIM unlock mode will appear on screen.
5. Enter unlock code
6. Select Reboot.
7. Switch phone off, and then turn back on again. Phone is now unlocked

How to Enter Unlock Codes on LG KE990 / KU990 Viewty:
1. Insert original sim card and turn phone on.
2. Press telephone icon at bottom of screen to bring up the phone keypad Enter 2945#*990#
3. A menu will pop up, select sim unlock:
4. Another menu will appear, select Network lock. Enter your unlock code and press ok
5. The phone will then reboot and the unlock is complete.

How to Unlock LG KG245 (Vodafone Australia):
1. Insert a Vodafone Australia working SIM card.
2. Ensure the phone is charged and then switch the phone on.
3. Optional Step: If the SIM card has a PIN, enter your PIN number
4. Wait for the phone to power up then enter 2945#*7101#
5. Select Menu , then go to Settings > Security > SIM Lock > Network
6. Select Deactivate and enter the 8-digit unlocking code provide for your handset.
7. The handset will be unlocked automatically and will display “Done”. This will be confirmed if you can make and receive calls with the Non-Vodafone Australia SIM card. (You will need reception and phone credit with the different network provider)

How to Unlock LG KG800 or TG800 Chocolate:
1. With the phone in standby, enter 2945#*7101#. This will activate the extra menu.
2. Go to: Settings>Security>SimLock>Network
3. Select deactivate. Enter the unlock code

How to Unlock LG C2000:
1. Insert non-Cingular SIM card
2. Power on the handset – phone will display “phone restricted”
3. Select “Cancel” – phone will display “phone restriction code”
4. Enter the SIM Unlock code
5. Select “OK” – the handset is now successfully unlocked

How to Enter Unlock Codes on LG F2250:
1. With allowed sim card in the start menu type: 2945#*3311#. Handset shows saved, then return to startup screen
2. Press Menu key, choose Settings > Security > Sim Lock> Network > Deactivate, handset will now show ‘Enter NCK’
3. Enter your unlock code

How to Enter Unlock Codes on LG U8150:
1. Switch ON your phone with a not allowed SIM card.
2. Compose: 277634#*#.
3. Go to menu “SIM Lock”.
4. Enter the unlock code

How to Enter Unlock Codes on LG U8110:
1. With a not allowed sim card in your phone enter Pin code then validate, type: 277634#*#
2. Select ‘Sim Unlock’ menu #
3. Enter NCK code, then validate
4. Your phone is now unlocked.

How to Enter Unlock Codes on LG U8210:
1. With a not allowed sim card enter Pin code then validate, type: 277634#*#
2. Shows test menu
3. Choose sim test menu and type: 2945#*#, choose Sim Unlock menu
4. Handset shows ‘Enter NCK’
5. Enter code and then hit OK.

How to Enter Unlock Codes on LG U81xx:
1. To bring up the unlock menu on the phone with a SIM card, type 2945#*88110# 2. Enter the code
In case you need to reset the phone without a SIM card first, type 277634#*# or 47328545454#.

How to Enter Unlock Codes on Cingular AT&T LG CU575 TRAX:
1. Insert non-Cingular SIM card.
2. Power on the handset. Phone will display “Invalid SmartChip”
3. Now enter *#865625# then select option 1 and then again select 1 and enter your code

How to Enter Unlock Codes on Cingular AT&T LG CU500/CU400:
1. Insert non-Cingular SIM card.
2. Power on the handset. Phone will display “Invalid SmartChip”
3. (IF THE PHONE DOES NOT DISPLAY INVALID SMARTCHIP, PLEASE POWER OFF AND ON AGAIN)
4. In Idle screen, enter 159753#*#. Phone will display “Enter NCK, Remaining 5 5. Enter the 8 digit SIM unlock code
6. Select “OK”. The handset is now successfully unlocked.

How to Enter Unlock Codes on Cingular AT&T LG CU515:
1. Insert non AT&T SIM
2. Turn on the phone
3. Phone says invalid smart chip
4. Enter *#865625#
5. Yes to Unlock
6. Enter your 16 digit unlock code.

How to Enter Unlock Codes on all other LG cell phones:
1. Switch ON your phone with an allowed SIM card
2. Then compose:
3. 2945#*5101# – (if you have a LG 510w)
4. 1945#*5101# – (if you have a LG 1200 & B1200)
5. 2945#*5221# – (if you have a LG 5200 & 52200)
6. 2945#*5301# – (if you have a LG 5300)
7. 2945#*5401# – (if you have a LG 5400)
8. 2945#*70001# – (if you have a LG 7020)
9. 2945#*7101# – (if you have a LG 7100)
10. 2945#*1201# or 2945#*70001# – (if you have a LG 1100 or 1150)
11. 2945#*70001# – (if you have a LG7250T)
12. 2945#*2201# – (if you have a LG C2200)
13. 2945#*5301# – (if you have a LG T5100)
14. 2945#*3311# – (if you have a LG C3310)
15. Go to “Menu” and then to “Settings”
16. Then select “Security”
17. To finish select “Network Provider” and select “Deactivate”
18. Enter the unlock code
19. If your cell phone is not listed, please follow instructions for LG C2000 above

How to Enter Unlock Codes on LG U400 Shine (2 codes needed):
1. Insert the network SIM in the handset which works with the phone (from the lockedcarrier).
2. Enter 2945#*9636#.
3. The phone will then prompt ‘Unlock sim’. Press OK.
4. The phone will then prompt ‘Network Unlock’. Press OK.
5. The phone will then prompt- ‘Input Network Control Key’. Enter the 8 digit unlocking code, Press OK. If the unlocking code comes with only 7 digits, add a 0 in front of the 7 digit code. If the unlocking code comes with only 6 digits, add 00 in front of the 6 digit code. If you received a 16 digit code, enter it. The phone will have space for it.
6. It should give you the message: Success.
7. Come back to the main screen and Enter 2945#*9636#.
8. The phone will then prompt unlock sim. Press OK. 9. The phone will then prompt Network Unlock/ Lock but if you scroll down you will see a message Enter SP Lock. Enter SP Code.

How to Enter Unlock Codes on LG KE970 Shine:
1. Insert original sim card and turn phone on.
2. Press telephone icon at bottom of screen to bring up the phone keypad Enter 2945#*990#
3. A menu will pop up, select sim unlock
4. Enter your unlock code and press ok 5. The phone will then reboot and the unlock is complete.
OR
1. Switch ON your phone with an allowed SIM card
2. Then compose: 2945#*9701#
3. Press CALL.
4. It should you ask you for the code

How to Enter Unlock Codes on LG TU720 Shine
1. Put in a non-allowed SIM, phone says invalid SIM card (or insert original SIM and proceed to step 2)
2. Now enter *#865625# then enter your 16 digits code
OR
1. Insert the original network SIM
2. Enter 2945#*88110#.
3. The phone will then prompt ‘ Unlock sim’. Press OK.
4. The phone will then prompt ‘Network Unlock’. Press OK.
5. The phone will then prompt- ‘Input Network Control Key’. Enter the 8 digit unlocking code. Press OK.
6. If the unlock ing code comes with only 7 digits, add a 0 in front of the 7 digit code. If the unlocking code comes with only 6 digits, add 00 in front of the 6 digit code.
7. It should give you the message Success.
8. Come back to the main screen and Enter 2945#*88110#.
9. The phone will then prompt unlock sim. Press OK.
10. The phone will then prompt Network Unlock/ Lock but if you scroll down you will see a message Enter SP Lock. Enter SP Code.
11. Then press OK.

How to Unlock LG (other models not listed in the above guide):
1. Insert not-allowed SIM card
2. Power on the handset- phone will display “phone restricted”
3. Select “Cancel” – phone will display “phone restriction code”
4. Enter the SIM unlock code
5. Select “OK” – the handset is now successfully unlocked