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  1. #1
    Paulie
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    Will any Dongle change the IMEI on a T610?



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  2. #2
    Sebby
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    Re: dongle IMEI question

    Paulie wrote:

    > Will any Dongle change the IMEI on a T610?


    Please do not ask this here. It is illegal, and there is no reason for
    wanting to change the IMEI on a handset unless the phone is stolen and
    subsequently blacklisted.





  3. #3
    Paulie
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    Re: dongle IMEI question

    I have a right to ask you jerk off

    On Wed, 21 Jan 2004 14:55:10 -0000, "Sebby" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Paulie wrote:
    >
    >> Will any Dongle change the IMEI on a T610?

    >
    >Please do not ask this here. It is illegal, and there is no reason for
    >wanting to change the IMEI on a handset unless the phone is stolen and
    >subsequently blacklisted.
    >





  4. #4
    Maze
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    Re: dongle IMEI question

    Paulie wrote:
    > I have a right to ask you jerk off
    >
    > On Wed, 21 Jan 2004 14:55:10 -0000, "Sebby" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Paulie wrote:
    >>
    >>> Will any Dongle change the IMEI on a T610?

    >>
    >> Please do not ask this here. It is illegal, and there is no reason
    >> for wanting to change the IMEI on a handset unless the phone is
    >> stolen and subsequently blacklisted.


    you also have a right to go to jail if your doctoring stolen phones
    :-)





  5. #5
    Paulie
    Guest

    Re: dongle IMEI question

    well thats my problem isnt it. and its not phones.. its phone just
    one.


    On Wed, 21 Jan 2004 23:59:34 -0000, "Maze" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Paulie wrote:
    >> I have a right to ask you jerk off
    >>
    >> On Wed, 21 Jan 2004 14:55:10 -0000, "Sebby" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>
    >>> Paulie wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> Will any Dongle change the IMEI on a T610?
    >>>
    >>> Please do not ask this here. It is illegal, and there is no reason
    >>> for wanting to change the IMEI on a handset unless the phone is
    >>> stolen and subsequently blacklisted.

    >
    >you also have a right to go to jail if your doctoring stolen phones
    >:-)
    >





  6. #6
    Sebby
    Guest

    Re: dongle IMEI question

    Paulie wrote:

    >I have a right to ask you jerk off


    No you don't. This isn't a newsgroup involved with anything illegal.

    You're the "jerk off" for getting involved in illegal activities.





  7. #7
    Daniel Juhn
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    Re: dongle IMEI question

    who set the rules for this ng? its not moderated.
    any "rules" would be from your own isp. it is up to you to just shut the
    **** up if it breeches your isp's t&c

    "Sebby" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Paulie wrote:
    >
    > >I have a right to ask you jerk off

    >
    > No you don't. This isn't a newsgroup involved with anything illegal.
    >
    > You're the "jerk off" for getting involved in illegal activities.
    >
    >






  8. #8
    Ben Measures
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    Re: dongle IMEI question

    Daniel Juhn wrote:
    > who set the rules for this ng? its not moderated.
    > any "rules" would be from your own isp. it is up to you to just shut the
    > **** up if it breeches your isp's t&c
    >
    > "Sebby" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >
    >>Paulie wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>>I have a right to ask you jerk off

    >>
    >>No you don't. This isn't a newsgroup involved with anything illegal.
    >>
    >>You're the "jerk off" for getting involved in illegal activities.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >
    >


    Wow... a wealth of maturity. I see you'd use the knowledge to good
    purpose...

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  9. #9
    Sebby
    Guest

    Re: dongle IMEI question

    Daniel Juhn wrote:

    > who set the rules for this ng? its not moderated.
    > any "rules" would be from your own isp. it is up to you to just shut the
    > **** up if it breeches your isp's t&c


    Who cares if it's not moderated? There are various newsgroups that
    'specialise' in illegal activities. Such questions can be taken there. This
    newsgroup is for helping people with genuine problems, not for helping
    people break the law.

    Grow up.





  10. #10
    Daniel Juhn
    Guest

    Re: dongle IMEI question

    > This
    > newsgroup is for helping people
    > with genuine problems, not for helping
    > people break the law.


    since when





  11. #11
    Sebby
    Guest

    Re: dongle IMEI question

    Daniel Juhn wrote:

    > since when


    Get over yourself.

    This conversation is over.





  12. #12
    Dan Duncan
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    Re: dongle IMEI question

    Sebby <[email protected]> wrote:
    > Please do not ask this here. It is illegal, and there is no reason for
    > wanting to change the IMEI on a handset unless the phone is stolen and
    > subsequently blacklisted.


    I can think of at least one legitimate reason. Perhaps one is replacing a
    broken phone for which one has registered software that uses
    the IMEI for authorization. I don't know how applicable that is
    to this case or the T610 in general, but a lot of the software for
    the P800 uses the IMEI.

    -DanD

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    # "Contrariwise", continued Tweedledee, "If it was so, it might be; and if it
    # were so, it would be; but as it isnt, it aint. Thats logic." LEWIS CARROLL



  13. #13
    Lina och Niall
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    Re: dongle IMEI question


    "Dan Duncan" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
    news:[email protected]
    > I can think of at least one legitimate reason. Perhaps one is replacing a
    > broken phone for which one has registered software that uses
    > the IMEI for authorization. I don't know how applicable that is
    > to this case or the T610 in general, but a lot of the software for
    > the P800 uses the IMEI.


    That might be 'legitimate' in the eyes of the user, but it would still be
    illegal.....







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