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  1. #1
    M. D. Borca
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    This program is great, I am not a promoter of it, but I'm sure there's
    plenty of people out there who'd like to be able to unlock their Nokia
    phone(s). It is not free, but the advantage to it is that you recieve
    technical support from its maker - he is also a pretty nice guy. It
    also unlocks every single Nokia phone that's been made up to as recent
    as the program is. It unlocked my 6620 from ATT, has unlocked my
    buddy's 6200 IM also from ATT with no problem and on the first try.

    He sells it through ebay and you pay for it 5$USD - then he sends you
    the download link - and then you have to run the program on the PC you
    intend to use it on - and it will generate your Hardware ID# which you
    then send to him via email along with the email address you sent
    payment from etc and he will send you back your unlocker program code
    so you may use the program. He allows it to be used on multiple pc's
    for a $3 charger per additional license. It also locks SOME Samsung
    phones along with two other OEM brand phone lines.

    http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQgotopage...sortpropertyZ1



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  2. #2
    Robin Lithaborn
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    Re: Great Nokia unlock app..

    M. D. Borca wrote:
    > This program is great, I am not a promoter of it, but I'm sure there's
    > plenty of people out there who'd like to be able to unlock their Nokia
    > phone(s). It is not free, but the advantage to it is that you recieve
    > technical support from its maker - he is also a pretty nice guy. It
    > also unlocks every single Nokia phone that's been made up to as recent
    > as the program is. It unlocked my 6620 from ATT, has unlocked my
    > buddy's 6200 IM also from ATT with no problem and on the first try.
    >
    > He sells it through ebay and you pay for it 5$USD - then he sends you
    > the download link - and then you have to run the program on the PC you
    > intend to use it on - and it will generate your Hardware ID# which you
    > then send to him via email along with the email address you sent
    > payment from etc and he will send you back your unlocker program code
    > so you may use the program. He allows it to be used on multiple pc's
    > for a $3 charger per additional license. It also locks SOME Samsung
    > phones along with two other OEM brand phone lines.
    >
    > http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQgotopage...sortpropertyZ1


    Why not just use trycktill?

    http://www.trycktill.com/eng/unlock_swe.asp


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  3. #3
    Dominic Chin
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    Re: Great Nokia unlock app..

    Why not just do it for free?

    http://unlockme.co.uk/phpBB2/viewfor...bb516c7ea08260

    Post you IMEI number and wait a few days, they will send you the unlock
    code. Worked on my 3620 and my 6200IM flawlessly. You shouldnt have to pay
    to have a phone, that you own, unlocked. I mean WTF, you own it.

    Dominic Chin




    "Robin Lithaborn" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > M. D. Borca wrote:
    >> This program is great, I am not a promoter of it, but I'm sure there's
    >> plenty of people out there who'd like to be able to unlock their Nokia
    >> phone(s). It is not free, but the advantage to it is that you recieve
    >> technical support from its maker - he is also a pretty nice guy. It
    >> also unlocks every single Nokia phone that's been made up to as recent
    >> as the program is. It unlocked my 6620 from ATT, has unlocked my
    >> buddy's 6200 IM also from ATT with no problem and on the first try.
    >>
    >> He sells it through ebay and you pay for it 5$USD - then he sends you
    >> the download link - and then you have to run the program on the PC you
    >> intend to use it on - and it will generate your Hardware ID# which you
    >> then send to him via email along with the email address you sent
    >> payment from etc and he will send you back your unlocker program code
    >> so you may use the program. He allows it to be used on multiple pc's
    >> for a $3 charger per additional license. It also locks SOME Samsung
    >> phones along with two other OEM brand phone lines.
    >>
    >> http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQgotopage...sortpropertyZ1

    >
    > Why not just use trycktill?
    >
    > http://www.trycktill.com/eng/unlock_swe.asp
    >
    >
    > --
    > "Don't upset me, I'm running out of places to hide the bodies"
    >
    > -={ http://hedgewitch.blogspot.com }=-






  4. #4
    M. D. Borca
    Guest

    Re: Great Nokia unlock app..

    Every solution can only fit so many people. I in particular wanted to
    be able to have a dedicated program on my laptop and home pc which I
    may use whenever I liked, and where I did not have to be connected to
    the internet to use was my primary reason for purchasing a license to
    the program I mentioned. I also did not know of this website, if I
    had, I most likely would've just utilized it. Thank you for posting
    it.


    >
    > Why not just use trycktill?
    >
    > http://www.trycktill.com/eng/unlock_swe.asp




  5. #5
    M. D. Borca
    Guest

    Re: Great Nokia unlock app..

    Also, I don't know just what difference or if any difference it makes
    that the below mentioned website also does not seem to list USA for
    the country data input when you select the Nokia brand. It doesn't
    list Motorola - that'd be crucial considering Motorola is also one of
    the more used cellular phone brands out there.

    Then again, it is free, what more can one ask for

    >
    > Why not just use trycktill?
    >
    > http://www.trycktill.com/eng/unlock_swe.asp




  6. #6
    Richard Colton
    Guest

    Re: Great Nokia unlock app..


    "M. D. Borca" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Every solution can only fit so many people. I in particular wanted to
    > be able to have a dedicated program on my laptop and home pc which I
    > may use whenever I liked, and where I did not have to be connected to
    > the internet to use was my primary reason for purchasing a license to
    > the program I mentioned. I also did not know of this website, if I
    > had, I most likely would've just utilized it. Thank you for posting
    > it.


    You could also have downloaded Crux's calculator which is freely available.
    If you still want it, you'll find it in the extras section of the
    UselessInfo site in my sig.

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    >>> www.uselessinfo.org.uk <<<
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    >>> www.gsm-solutions.co.uk <<<






  7. #7
    Joseph
    Guest

    Re: Great Nokia unlock app..

    On 23 Nov 2004 09:25:21 -0800, [email protected] (M. D. Borca) wrote:

    >He sells it through ebay and you pay for it 5$USD - then he sends you
    >the download link - and then you have to run the program on the PC you
    >intend to use it on - and it will generate your Hardware ID# which you
    >then send to him via email along with the email address you sent
    >payment from etc and he will send you back your unlocker program code
    >so you may use the program. He allows it to be used on multiple pc's
    >for a $3 charger per additional license. It also locks SOME Samsung
    >phones along with two other OEM brand phone lines.


    Or... save yourself the $5 and either unlock your Nokia with an on
    line unlocker offered at several sites or download an unlocking
    application from several places as well. Of course it requires that
    you go to google and look for it. Unless you just have $5 lying
    around that you don't know what to do with this is not such a hot
    offer.

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  8. #8
    Johan Wevers
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    Re: Great Nokia unlock app..

    "M. D. Borca" wrote:

    > Every solution can only fit so many people. I in particular wanted to
    > be able to have a dedicated program on my laptop and home pc which I
    > may use whenever I liked, and where I did not have to be connected to
    > the internet to use was my primary reason for purchasing a license to
    > the program I mentioned. I also did not know of this website, if I
    > had, I most likely would've just utilized it. Thank you for posting
    > it.


    But there are many free unlock programs that run standalone. See
    www.unlockme.co.uk for several links. Heck, since the algorithm is
    published there are even midlets that calculate unlock codes on any
    Java-enabled phone. See www.indear.tk for some, or look for Yeti.
    Indear even publishes C sourcecode to calculate unlock codes, so
    anyone who can drag-and-drop a user interface in C++ Builder can
    copy the calculate code easily in place.

    --
    ir. J.C.A. Wevers // Physics and science fiction site:
    [email protected] // http://www.xs4all.nl/~johanw/index.html
    PGP/GPG public keys at http://www.xs4all.nl/~johanw/pgpkeys.html



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