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Dave_Gordon
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27th Jan 04 at 15:32   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

if anyone wants a copy GO TO THIS ADDRESS

http://www.unlockme.co.uk/dct4free.html

ALSO CONTAINS A GUIDE 15.02.04



Latest Nokia DCT4 solution Calculator
This works remotely without the need for cables etc, and will unlock your nokia phone for use on ANY network

This is 100% LEGAL

Double click the icon

Type in IMEI of Phone

choose network the phone is on Press calculate

The code is then generated, type that into the phone and its done!!

No counters: Unlike many on the market there is no counters on this bit of kit so your useage is limitless

Updated version with easy dropdown menus. Fully operational and easy to use for all the latest phones including the following Nokia:

3300,3510,3510i,3585,3590,3650,

5100,

6100,6220,6310,6310i,6340,6500,6510,6590,6610,6650,6800

7210,7250,7650

8310,8390,8910,8910i



[Edited on 17-02-2004 by Dave_Gordon]
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27th Jan 04 at 15:45   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

U2U sent
Dave_Gordon
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www.unlockme.co.uk/dct4free.html
for full guide
manchester-lad
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27th Jan 04 at 16:16   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

cool it works
chris_uk
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27th Jan 04 at 18:40   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

how do you find the IMEI number
Dave_Gordon
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27th Jan 04 at 18:46   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

back of ur phone m8 go to the above address,

behind battery
DanielJ
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27th Jan 04 at 18:48   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

or press *#06#
Ian
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Is this completely legal?


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Demo
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27th Jan 04 at 19:03   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

yes. unlocking your handset is 100% legal
Stuckey
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yesh cool
Melville
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quote:
Originally posted by Ian
Is this completely legal?


Matt H
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9th Feb 04 at 23:52   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

defo not illegal

all it does is erase the software that the networks put on them to stop you using any network sim cards in them. it could affect your warranty on the phone but most repair centres dont check for this should your phone have to be repaired
Ian
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Do you not enter a contract to tie yourself to a provider for a set length of time?


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Mistamist
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10th Feb 04 at 00:02   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

guess i better change my Sig now then. Its legal, but be careful type in the wrong code and you have to flash your fone to get it unblocked.
Richie
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No you enter a contract for their service, not for the phone itself.

For example you can use the sim card in other phones which sends a different IMEI to the network, but it doesnt bother them.

I assure you its totally legal.

All it does is remove SIM restrictions on the phone. They can be turned back on easily.
Richie
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quote:
Originally posted by mistdotcom
but be careful type in the wrong code and you have to flash your fone to get it unblocked.


Where on earth you get that from?

Yes if you try entering the master code incorrectly about 10 times it will probably block all SIM's, but if its entered incorrectly a few times all the phone does is restarts.
Munchie
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10th Feb 04 at 00:05   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

if u type the wrong code in 5 times.....then ull have to get it flashed

ive been using that software for nearly a year now
Ian
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quote:
Originally posted by AustinPXX
No you enter a contract for their service, not for the phone itself.

So who pays for the phone? I assume a provider wouldn't be too keen on subsidising a handset only for it to be disconnected from their network?


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Matt H
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10th Feb 04 at 00:11   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

quote:
Originally posted by Ian
Do you not enter a contract to tie yourself to a provider for a set length of time?



if you you unlock the phone your not breaching the contract. you will still be paying the monthly charge to your service provider. written into your contract it states that the network can take back the phone should you not pay your bills, but this never happens as a 2nd hand phone is no use to them. if it was illegal then they could also take you to court should you damage the phone. thankfully this is not the case

(i work @ the link so i know this shit inside out)
Adam
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most mobile phones are a severl hundred pounds, the provider subisdises this greatly in return for you being in a contract with them for a set period
Munchie
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10th Feb 04 at 00:12   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

just unlock it u gays
dave17
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10th Feb 04 at 00:13   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

the phone is your property to keep. this is obvious because when u cancel a contract, u keep the phone. it is not a loan. the phone couldn care less wot u do with the phone, as long as u use hte contract their happy!

oh and i got the software of the site thanx
dave17
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10th Feb 04 at 00:16   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Nokia 7650
Originally on T-Mobile UK
IMEI: 350774109521175

2 diff codes have already been put in so far so pls help!
Ian
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I'm not talking about what they're most likely to do or not do, I'm talking about what you're contractually obliged to not do!


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Munchie
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dave17 ure doing it wrong......ill do it for u now

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