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    Wink Editing SEEMs without a PC !!!

    Hi Folks.
    Well, I found information about how to edit the SEEMs without a PC. Instead of that, we can use the KRZR K1 keyboard combined with OpCodes.
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    1 - Useful OpCodes:
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    32 -> Seem Read
    47 -> Seem Write
    54 -> Test Mode
    34 -> Restart the phone
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    2 - How to READ a SEEM's Offset:
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    Let me show you an example: I want to read the current values stored for SEEMs 0050_0001 and 0051_0001, offsets X'8F' and X'93', respectivelly.
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    Well, this is what you need:
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    a - Enter the OpCode menu:
    MENU + 048263*
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    b - Next, put your KRZR K1 in TEST MODE:
    54 + OK
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    .. you will see "SUCCESS"..
    .. press Back..
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    c - Enter the OpCode command to read the SEEM's Offset you want:
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    32*80*1*143*1 + OK
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    .. you will see ..
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    F1:0
    F2 (D):78 -> this is an hexadecimal value
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    32*80*1*147*1 + OK
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    .. you will see ..
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    F1:0
    F2 (D):78 -> this is an hexadecimal value
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    32*81*1*143*1 + OK
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    .. you will see ..
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    F1:0
    F2 (D):78 -> this is an hexadecimal value
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    32*81*1*147*1 + OK
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    .. you will see ..
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    F1:0
    F2 (D):78 -> this is an hexadecimal value
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    3 - How to WRITE a SEEM's Offset:
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    Let me show you an example: I want to write a new value for SEEMs 0050_0001 and 0051_0001, offsets X'8F' and X'93', respectivelly to increase my received/dialed calls maximum entries.
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    Well, this is what you need:
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    a - Enter the OpCode menu:
    MENU + 048263*
    .
    b - Next, put your KRZR K1 in TEST MODE:
    54 + OK
    .
    .. you will see "SUCCESS"..
    .. press Back..
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    c - Enter the OpCode command to write the SEEM's Offset you want:
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    47*80*1*143*1*120 + OK
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    .. you will see ..
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    F1:0
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    47*80*1*147*1*120 + OK
    .
    .. you will see ..
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    F1:0
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    47*81*1*143*1*120 + OK
    .
    .. you will see ..
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    F1:0
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    47*81*1*147*1*120 + OK
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    .. you will see ..
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    F1:0
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    d - Restart the phone for the changes to take place.
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    34 + OK
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    ______________________
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    Dissecting the READ/WRITE OpCodes:
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    32*80*1*143*1 means:
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    32 = Read Seem OpCode
    80 = SEEM ID in Decimal (80 DEC = 50 HEX)
    1 = SEEM ID Record Number in Decimal (1 DEC = 1 HEX)
    143 = Starting SEEM's Offset in Decimal (143 DEC = 8F)
    1 = How many bytes you want to read, in decimal (1 DEC = 1 HEX)
    ..
    ...
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    47*80*1*143*1*120 means:
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    47 = Write Seem OpCode
    80 = SEEM ID in Decimal (80 DEC = 50 HEX)
    1 = SEEM ID Record Number in Decimal (1 DEC = 1 HEX)
    143 = Starting SEEM's Offset in Decimal (143 DEC = 8F)
    1 = How many bytes you want to write, in decimal (1 DEC = 1 HEX)
    120 = Value to store on the SEEM Offser, in Decimal (120 DEC = 78 HEX, .. NO BIT MANIPULATION HERE .., JUST THE VALUE IN DEC).
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    NOTE: IF YOU CHANGE THE FOUR PARAMETER FOR THE READ/WRITE OPCODES IN THE ABOVE EXAMPLES, THEN YOU'LL READ/WRITE MORE THAN ONE OFFSET AT THE SAME TIME !!!
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    For example:
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    32*80*1*143*2, will return (read) offset's X'8F' and X'90', while 47*80*1*143*2*120, will write (put) the value 120 (dec) / 78 (hex) on offset's X'8F' and X'90'.

    So, be careful and take your time when you change seems via OpCodes.
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    You can use the above procedure to change ANY SEEM on your phone !!!.
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    An advice: if you need to ENABLE / DISABLE individual bits, READ the byte value of the seem's offset you want to change, open your Windows CALC program and put that value (in HEX, remember), change your Windows CALC to binary mode, write down the binary value shown, put the new binary value on Windows CALC (binary mode) and finally change its mode to Decimal: that is the number you'll need to use with the Write Seem OpCode " 47 ".
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    I hope you will find that information useful.
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    Too painful, too tedious, too dangerous, but hey, it's good to know there is a way.

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    Interesting. Surprised this isn't more popular to be honest. I see it's been mentioned before though: http://howardforums.com/showpost.php...85&postcount=3

    I just don't see why it's not talked about much
    Last edited by stealth17; 03-23-2007 at 01:32 AM.

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    Please.... there is absolutely no need to quote an entire page... we already read it. u can edit quotes u know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsmithepa
    Please.... there is absolutely no need to quote an entire page... we already read it. u can edit quotes u know.
    opps, sorry I don't usually do that....pretty tired tonight

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    I don't know about anyone else, but I'm impressed.

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    yeah this is crazy! it aint for noobs but for us it's easier, but i don't think u would go around changing seems with your phone so it's not gonna be THAT useful but hey nice find my friend

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    There is a great guide posted by Bipolar back on 05/01/2006 at MoMo.

    I made a Dec => Hex => Bits conversion table also, it can be found here.

    For a while I had to do all of my seem editing this way, I didn't have a PC.

    There is also a program called OpCoder for your PC to determine the values for you, just plug in the seem edits, and it calculates the OpCode.

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    p8767 firmware

    hey there! i noticed you say you have a firmware higher than 7058 on your timeport.....can you help explain to me how i can upgrade my firmware on mine so i can send txt messages instead of only recieveing them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsmithepa View Post
    Too painful, too tedious, too dangerous, but hey, it's good to know there is a way.
    I agree, too dangerous and tedious.
    I'm sure a lot of advanced nerds have done this successfully (bless their hearts), but not for me!
    Please run a "SEARCH" before posting your question!

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