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    Handset locks - what they control

    Courtesy inder:

    1 - MNC+MCC (MCC - Mobile Country Code, MNC - Mobile Network Code)
    2 - GID1 (Group ID)
    3 - GID2
    4 - IMSI (International Mobile Subscriber Identity)
    5 - MCC+MNC, GID1
    6 - MCC+MNC, GID1, GID2
    7 - All locks (Multilock)
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    explanation please ?

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    I think he's talking about the DCT4 codes created by DCT4 Calculator programs out there.

    Nice explanation, littlefuzzbear! But is it accurate? *Just wondering*

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    Originally posted by spooken
    I think he's talking about the DCT4 codes created by DCT4 Calculator programs out there.

    Nice explanation, littlefuzzbear! But is it accurate? *Just wondering*
    I don't know. Believe it or not as you please.

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    So which one would I need to unlock the data settings?
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    Quote Originally Posted by eatinwokout
    So which one would I need to unlock the data settings?
    None of those will unlock your data settings. You would probably need a generic firmware flash.
    Last edited by frail; 07-22-2005 at 01:14 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frail
    None of those will unlock your data settings. You would probably need a generic firmware flash.

    But if you know what you want to change the settings to you could buddy up with someone with a PDK-1.

    I'm not much for the generic firmwares. If you can mod the carrier stuffies then you should end up with a better service experiance and still get what you want.
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    Nice info ...

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    What/whose info is nice?
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    Nokia Series 40 and Series 60 Reset Codes:
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    http://www.howardforums.com/showthread.php?t=622551

    Worldwide GPRS settings:

    http://www.access-sys-eu.com/GPRS_Settings.95.0.html

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    I was talking abt the info provided by the thread starter ... though we can easily know it from the unlocker ... but still the initiative is always welcome....!!

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    Really good for school projects! Lol. Nah kiddin, really nice stuff! You should try to update the thread with more stuff if possible

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    its not understandable frend

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    I don't know what to do with this stuff...

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