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Some usefull BB5- New SL3 Firmware info ... .



Q: WHY After Downgrade IMEI and SIMlock damaged ?


ANS:. in normal BB5 MCU & DSP signatures are stored in 308,1 field on subblock
that subblock is crypted by BB5 AES algorithm.
But Nokia Changed MCU version in new security phones and Simlock Server.All MCU SW are Protected.
and if we downgrade that version like v50.xx. So its beocome on Contact Service bcoz PM get Unprotected after Downgrade
but after flash with same version IMEI and SIMLOCK Will be Ok .


Q.How to Check that Phone have SL3 Security ?


Ans.Type *#0000# if Phone have version above 50.xx than its SL3 but if you have damage IMEI and SIMLOCK data than check Phone's Product Codes,


Here is Released some Product Codes.0574363 59.45 RM-265 6500c EURO-O ORANGE UK1 BLACK SL2
0575393 59.60 RM-240 6500s EURO-C T MOBILE UK2 SILVER SL2
0574362 59.60 RM-240 6500s EURO-O ORANGE UK BLACK SL2
0577548 56.26 RM-352 EURO-C GB, Latin, CHARCOAL, SL2
0582575 56.26 RM-352 EURO-C GB, Latin, PINK, SL2
0582579 56.26 RM-352 EURO-C GB, Latin, METAL GREY, SL2
0582681 56.26 RM-352 3600s EURO-C ORANGE UK CHAR SL2
0582905 56.26 RM-352 3600s EURO-C ORANGE UK PINK SL2
0584623 56.26 RM-352 EURO-C FR, Latin, CHARCOAL, SL2
0584624 56.26 RM-352 EURO-C FR, Latin, DARK RED, SL2
0584625 56.26 RM-352 EURO-C FR, Latin, PLUM, SL2
0584626 56.26 RM-352 EURO-C FR, Latin, PINK, SL2
0584627 56.26 RM-352 EURO-C FR, Latin, METAL GREY, SL2
0584634 56.26 RM-352 3600s EURO-C ORANGE UK2 CHAR SL2
0584722 56.26 RM-352 3600s EURO-C ORANGE FR2 PINK SL2
0585038 56.26 RM-352 EURO-B RO, Latin, CHARCOAL, SL2
0585039 56.26 RM-352 EURO-B RO, Latin, PINK, SL2
0585040 56.26 RM-352 EURO-B RO, Latin, DARK RED, SL2
0585041 56.26 RM-352 EURO-B RO, Latin, PLUM, SL2
0585042 56.26 RM-352 EURO-B RO, Latin, METAL GREY, SL2
0575286 58.58 RM-303 EURO-O ORANGE UK RED, SL2
0573475 57.20 RM-217 EURO-C VF LIVE PAY UK SILVER SL2
0573527 57.20 RM-217 EURO-O ORANGE UK2 SILVER SL2
0577125 57.20 RM-217 SWAP TRX EURO-C, Latin, White,SL2
0577126 57.20 RM-217 SWAP TRX EURO-C, Latin, Red,SL2
0577127 57.20 RM-217 SWAP TRX EURO-C, Latin, blacksilver,SL2SL2 Firmwares & info .


Nokia released New Security PA_SL2 With New Firmwares .
it can't be downgrade or unlock yet .


BB5 new Security SIMLOCK2


- 3600s RM-352 V56.26 ORANGE UK,FR
- 5310 RM-303 V58.58 V59.42 ORANGE
- 6500c RM-265 V59.45 ORANGE
- 6500s RM-240 V59.60 T-MOBILE & ORANGE
- 6300 RM-217 V57.20 O2 ORANGE VodaFone


DCT4+ new Security SIMLOCK2


2680s RM-392 V56.17
2630 RM-298 V57.20


It's a new concept in BB5 - security functions are executed by special applications.
Nokia call them Protected Application (PA_XX). So difference is that PA_SL
phones will have PA_SL application, the PA_SL2 phones will have the new
updated firmware version - PA_SL2(thats actual application in flash).


After downgrade phone coming to dead or contact service. But after restore oryginal MCU SW phone will alive .


Here is Released Firmwares


BB5


* 3600s RM-352 - MCU SW 56.26
* 5310 RM-303 - MCU SW 58.58, MCU SW 59.42 new - .
* 6300 RM-217 - MCU SW 57.20
* 6500c RM-265 - MCU SW 59.45
* 6500s RM-240 - MCU SW 59.60


DCT4+


they have new firmwares but it can be downgrade or Upgrade and Unlock able i think .


* 2630 RM-298 - MCU SW 57.20
* 2680s RM-393 - MCU SW 56.17
* 2610b AT&T 7.04a for Asic id 3168 thanks to abcchoier




This is NOT SIMLock3 it's also SIMLock2,Bcoz All Firmware renamed by SL2 not SL3,but when we unlock this phone with MT or other tool its show us SL3 NOT Supported ,


Nokia changed Simlock Server and Firmware on that phones or maybe HW ID Changed,


also BB5 ASK2RPL Will not Work in this new Security phones,


if you've damge IMEI and SIMLOCK than ask2rpl can't solve this problem with rpl only we can be repair imei but can not repair simlock,bcoz nokia changed the simlock server in new security phones .


It's aslo New Security phones but not included new Frimwares,ASK2RPL Will work in this phones.


based on RAPS_V3.03-PA_SL2 CPU
* 3600 slide (RM-352)
* 5220 XpressMusic (RM-410/RM411)
* 7210 Supernova (RM-436)
* 7310 Supernova (RM-378/RM-379)
* 7610 Supernova (RM-354)


based on RAP3GS_V3.02-PA_SL2 CPU
* 6600 fold (RM-325)
* 6600 slide (RM-414)


New Security with UnProtected Firmware ASK2RPL Will not Work in this phone aslo .


* 5130c RM-495

Set up and Use Internet Connection Sharing

With Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) in Windows XP, you can connect one computer to the Internet, then share the Internet service with several computers on your home or small office network. The Network Setup Wizard in Windows XP Professional will automatically provide all of the network settings you need to share one Internet connection with all the computers in your network. Each computer can use programs such as Internet Explorer and Outlook Express as if they were directly connected to the Internet.
You should not use this feature in an existing network with Windows 2000 Server domain controllers, DNS servers, gateways, DHCP servers, or systems configured for static IP addresses.

Enabling ICS

The ICS host computer needs two network connections. The local area network connection, automatically created by installing a network adapter, connects to the computers on your home or small office network. The other connection, using a 56k modem, ISDN, DSL, or cable modem, connects the home or small office network to the Internet. You need to ensure that ICS is enabled on the connection that has the Internet connection. By doing this, the shared connection can connect your home or small office network to the Internet, and users outside your network are not at risk of receiving inappropriate addresses from your network.
When you enable ICS, the local area network connection to the home or small office network is given a new static IP address and configuration. Consequently, TCP/IP connections established between any home or small office computer and the ICS host computer at the time of enabling ICS are lost and need to be reestablished. For example, if Internet Explorer is connecting to a Web site when Internet Connection Sharing is enabled, refresh the browser to reestablish the connection. You must configure client machines on your home or small office network so TCP/IP on the local area connection obtains an IP address automatically. Home or small office network users must also configure Internet options for Internet Connection Sharing. To enable Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) Discovery and Control on Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, and Windows Millennium Edition computers, run the Network Setup Wizard from the CD or floppy disk on these computers. For ICS Discovery and Control to work on Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, and Windows Millennium Edition computers, Internet Explorer version 5.0 or later must be installed.


To enable Internet Connection Sharing on a network connection 

You must be logged on to your computer with an owner account in order to complete this procedure.
Open Network Connections. (Click Start, click Control Panel, and then double–click Network Connections.)
Click the dial–up, local area network, PPPoE, or VPN connection you want to share, and then, under Network Tasks, click Change settings of this connection.
On the Advanced tab, select the Allow other network users to connect through this computer's Internet connection check box.
If you want this connection to dial automatically when another computer on your home or small office network attempts to access external resources, select the Establish a dial–up connection whenever a computer on my network attempts to access the Internet check box.
If you want other network users to enable or disable the shared Internet connection, select the Allow other network users to control or disable the shared Internet connection check box.
Under Internet Connection Sharing, in Home networking connection, select any adapter that connects the computer sharing its Internet connection to the other computers on your network. The Home networking connection is only present when two or more network adapters are installed on the computer.

To configure Internet options on your client computers for Internet Connection Sharing

Open Internet Explorer. Click Start, point to All Programs, and then click Internet Explorer.)
On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.
On the Connections tab, click Never dial a connection, and then click LAN Settings.

In Automatic configuration, clear the Automatically detect settings and Use automatic configuration script check boxes.
In Proxy Server, clear the Use a proxy server check box. 

How to make My Computer' open in Explore mode with folder list

In My Computer click Tools menu, and then click Options. 

Click the File Types tab.In the list of file types, highlight "(NONE) Folders"

Click Advanced button, In the Actions box, highlight "Explore"

Click "Set Default"

Make your own personal screensavers in Windows Xp

It used to be darn near impossible to create a personal screen saver using your own photo collection. To do this, you had to track down a third-party application and sloppily piece together your pictures to create a screen saver.


Well, the engineers at Microsoft must have realized they hated third-party applications and decided enough was enough. XP can take any pictures stored in your "My Pictures" folder and display them in random order as a screen saver.


To make a personal screen saver in XP, follow these directions:

Right-click an empty spot on your desktop and choose Properties.
Click the Screen Saver tab inside the Display Properties dialog box.
In the Screen Saver pull-down menu, choose "My Pictures Slideshow."
Underneath the Screen Saver pull-down menu, adjust the time of inactivity before Windows will initiate your screen saver.
Click Settings to make additional adjustments. You'll be able to adjust transition effects between pictures, how frequently they change, what size the pictures should be, and more.
Click OK when you're done tweaking the settings adjustments.
Press the Preview button to see what your screen saver looks like.
If everything is to your liking, click Apply.

Sending SMS from your Desktop using software

Many of my friends ask me is there any Software which allows us to send SMS (Short Message Service) through my PC and the answer is YES.
A Definition from WikiPedia

Short Message Service (SMS) is a communications protocol allowing the interchange of short text messages between mobile telephone devices.

Now the definition will change , as now Sending SMS is possible through PC too.
There is one Australian company named Message Media which provides this facility.They provide many services like sending SMS through Software from your Home PC, Web SMS - which gives facility to send SMS to your relatives or customers through Internet browser NO need to install any type of software on your PC. They also provide Bulk SMS Facility for corporate world to promote there products or services.
The corporate SMS facility (Bulk SMS) is one of the best way to promote your services or products. and yes many international companies are using this.
Now the Definition will be

Short Message Service (SMS) is a communications protocol allowing the interchange of short text messages between mobile telephone devices and/or personal computers.
Any one should suggest this to Wikipedia !!

Turn off Windows XP Animations to speed it up

You can turn off window animation ("exploding" windows), displayed when you play around with minimizing/maximizing open windows. This makes navigating Windows 95/98/ME/NT4/2000/XP a lot quicker, especially if you don't have a fast video controller, or if you got tired of seeing it all the time (like I did). :)
To do this, run Regedit (or Regedt32) and go to:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER | Control Panel | Desktop | WindowMetrics
or if you are the only user of your Windows computer go to:

HKEY_USERS | .Default | Control Panel | Desktop | WindowMetrics

Right-click on an empty spot in the right hand pane. Select New -> String [REG_SZ] Value. Name it MinAnimate. Click OK. Double-click on "MinAnimate" and type 0 to turn OFF window animation or 1 to turn it ON. Click OK. Close the Registry Editor and restart Windows. Done.

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Use Windows Update to Keep Your Computer Current


Windows XP takes the chore out of keeping your software updated with the newest and best code for device drivers, security, reliability, and performance.
Windows Update is the online extension of Windows. It’s a Web site where you find the most recent updates for your operating system, software programs, and hardware. Windows Update scans your computer and lists the code updates needed on your system. Then you can choose whether to download and install them.
To find available updates
1. Open Windows Update.
2. Click Scan for updates to find out about recent releases for your system.
3. Click Yes when prompted to install any required software or device drivers.
Notes:
  • To open Windows Update, click Start, then click Help and Support. Under “Pick a task,” click Keep your computer up–to–date with Windows Update
  • The first time you go to the Windows Update Web site, click Yeswhen prompted to install any required software or controls.
  • To use Windows Update, you need to establish a connection to the Internet.
  • You might need to be logged on as an administrator or a member of the Administrators group in order to perform some tasks.

How to Disable CD Autorun in Windows

( WinXP PRO Only)

1) Click Start, Run and enter GPEDIT.MSC

2) Go to Computer Configuration, Administrative Templates, System.

3) Locate the entry for Turn autoplay off and modify it as you desire.

How to Set the Search Screen to the Classic Look

When I first saw the default search pane in Windows XP, my instinct was to return it to its classic look; that puppy had to go. Of course, I later discovered that a doggie door is built into the applet. Click "Change preferences" then "Without an animated screen character." If you'd rather give it a bare-bones "Windows 2000" look and feel, fire up your Registry editor and navigate to:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Explorer \ CabinetState.

You may need to create a new string value labeled "Use Search Asst" and set it to "no".

How to make your Desktop Icons Transparent

Go to ontrol Panel > System, > Advanced > Performance area > Settings button Visual Effects tab "Use drop shadows for icon labels on the Desktop"

Search For Hidden Or System Files In Windows XP

The Search companion in Windows XP searches for hidden and system files differently than in earlier versions of Windows. This guide describes how to search for hidden or system files in Windows XP.

Search for Hidden or System Files By default, the Search companion does not search for hidden or system files. Because of this, you may be unable to find files, even though they exist on the drive.

To search for hidden or system files in Windows XP:
Click Start, click Search, click All files and folders, and then click More advanced options.

Click to select the Search system folders and Search hidden files and folders check boxes.

NOTE: You do not need to configure your computer to show hidden files in the Folder Options dialog box in Windows Explorer to find files with either the hidden or system attributes, but you need to configure your computer not to hide protected operating system files to find files with both the hidden and system attributes. Search Companion shares the Hide protected operating system files option (which hides files with both the system and hidden attributes) with the Folder Options dialog box Windows Explorer.

How to Rename the Recycle Bin

To change the name of the Recycle Bin desktop icon, open Regedit and go to:

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT/CLSID/{645FF040-5081-101B-9F08-00AA002F954E}

and change the name "Recycle Bin" to whatever you want (don't type any quotes).

Compatibility Mode Make older programs run in Windows XP [Prateet]

If you're having trouble running older programs originally developed for previous versions of Windows, you're not out of luck. Luckily for consumers, Microsoft built Compatibility Mode into XP. Compatibility Mode allows you to run a program using the shell of the original program it was developed for.


Here's how to access a program's Compatibility Mode in XP:


Find the executable or program shortcut icon you'd like to run.
Right-click the icon and select Properties.
Click the Compatibility tab and place a checkmark next to the text labeled "Run this program in compatibility mode."
Select the operating system that the program was originally intended to run on.
You may need to fine-tune the three fields under "Display Settings" if an older program requires 640x480 resolution or 256 colors.
Click Apply.

Try starting the program after making these changes. If it still gives you trouble, try a different operating system. If the program was written for Win95 and worked fine in Win98, there's nothing that says it still won't work fine with Win98.

Install Windows XP Professional - NeInstall Windows XP Professional - New Installation

There are three reasons why you may need to install a new copy of Windows XP:
  • Your current operating system doesn’t support an upgrade to Windows XP Professional.
  • Your current operating system supports an upgrade to Windows XP Professional, but you don’t want to keep your existing files and personalized settings.
  • Your computer does not have an operating system.
The setup process is similar for new installations and upgrades with a few notable exceptions. For example, during a new installation, you are able to configure Special Options, convert your file system, and create a new partition for the Windows XP installation.
IMPORTANT
A new installation deletes all programs or system files from a previous installation.


Special Options

Under Special Options, you have the choice to change Language, Advanced, and Accessibility settings during the setup process.
Note: If you are in a country that has recently adopted the euro as its currency, you may have to modify the currency settings to display monetary amounts correctly.
For more information, go to Help and Support Center and type “euro” in the Search box.
SelectIf you want to...
Language
  • Choose the primary language and regions for Windows XP, which affects the default settings for date, time, currency, numbers, character sets, and keyboard layout.

  • Choose additional language groups and character sets to use with the programs you are running on Windows XP.

  • Advanced Options
  • Change the default location of the Setup files.

  • Store system files in a folder other than the default (Windows) folder

  • Copy the installation files from the CD to the hard disk.

  • Accessibility
  • Use Narrator or Magnifier during Setup.


  • IMPORTANT
    Unless you're an advanced user, it's recommended that you use the default settings.


    Choosing a File System

    During a new installation of Windows XP, you may have to choose which file system your computer should use. Windows XP Professional supports:
    • FAT32: An enhanced version of the file allocation table (FAT) system that is standard on all Windows operating systems starting with later (32-bit) versions of Windows 95. The FAT32 system can be used on large hard disks, from 512 megabytes (MB) to 32 gigabytes (GB).
    • NTFS: The NT file system (NTFS) is used with the Windows NT, Windows 2000, and Windows XP operating systems. NTFS provides enhanced reliability, stability, and security, and supports large hard disks of up to 2 terabytes (TB).
    IMPORTANT
    You can convert your file system any time, even after you install Windows XP, without losing any of your data.

    The conversion to NTFS is one–way only; if you convert your FAT or FAT32 file system to NTFS you can’t convert your hard disk back to FAT later.
    If you’re not sure which file system to use, keep the one your computer defaults to during Setup. If you want to change your file system, here are a few recommendations:
    • Use FAT32 if your hard disk is smaller than 32 GB.
    • Use FAT32 if you want to install more than one operating system on your computer.
    • Use NTFS if your hard drive is larger than 32 GB and you are running only one operating system on your computer.
    • Use NTFS if you want enhanced file security.
    • Use NTFS if you need better disk compression.

    Disk Partitions

    You can create partitions to organize information—for example, to back up data—or to install more than one operating system on your computer. A hard disk can contain up to four partitions.
    If you’re performing a new installation, the appropriate disk partition is selected automatically during Windows XP Setup unless you click Advanced Options and specify your own requirements
    For more information about configuring, sizing, reformatting, or converting disk partitions, see your current online Help before you install or upgrade to Windows XP Professional.

    Windows XP Step-by-Step Installation Instructions [Prateet]

    These steps are for a clean install of XP. Read this article for steps on upgrading your current system to XP.

    First, you're going to need to change your BIOS boot order to boot from CD-ROM. Once you do this you'll then be able to boot your computer from the Installation CD.

    After changing the boot order in BIOS, save the changes, and then reboot your computer. Make sure your Installation CD is in your CD-ROM. If it is you'll be prompted to press your space bar to directly boot from CD-ROM emulation. Press your space bar as soon as you see this message.

    Wait a few minutes while the installation begins to copy the preliminary setup files to your computer. After this completes you'll be ready to start directing the install process.

    You will be asked if you want to perform a new installation, repair an existing installation, or quit. In this case, you will be performing a new install. Press the correct key to perform a new installation.

    Read the terms of the end user license agreement, and press F8 to agree.

    The next phase of the installation is real similar to that of Windows 2000. So, if you're familiar with the Windows 2000 installation process this should be a cinch.
    Basically, you need to decide which partition of your hard drive you will install Windows XP on. You will have the opportunity to create and/or delete partitions or just allocate the available disk space to one partition. However, try to keep your partitions within reasonable size.

    We recommend using multiple partitions of 4-8GB, preferably on more than one hard drive. This will help you back up your data and optimize system performance later on down the road. Once you have figured out which partition XP will be installed on it's time to format it.


    Choose to format the partition to either FAT32 or NTFS (recommended for single OS install). You'll also see two additional choices to perform a quick format of each option. Stick with doing a full format of either option instead. After you've determined which option is right for you, press the correct key to format the partition.

    This would be a good time to take a break and come back in a few minutes. The setup program will automatically start copying files after the partition is formatted.
    From this point on, you're going to see each and every file name that's being copied over to your hard drive appear in the lower left corner. As the file names go from A to Z, the installation completion percentage will increase.


    Choose the region and language.

    Type in your name and organization.

    Enter your product license key.

    Name the computer, and enter an Admin password. Don't forget to write down your Administrator password. After the installation is complete it would be extremely wise to create a password restore disk in the event you forget your Administrator password someday.

    Enter the correct date and time.

    Choose your network settings. Leave on automatic if you use a dhcp server to assign IP addresses. If you have static IP address for broadband access, enter the settings that your ISP has provided you.

    Choose workgroup or domain name.

    Register this copy of Windows XP if you've installed all the current hardware on your machine. Otherwise, wait until you've finished installing any additional hardware so you don't have to activate your copy of XP again.

    Add users that will sign on to this computer.

    Log in, and update drivers.

    Driver install

    XP found drivers for all of the hardware in our test machines, with the exception of a wireless network adapter that was added. Update all drivers that had updates available for download.

    It takes about 30 minutes to perform this installation. After that, you will be a few personalized settings away from getting started on your XP-experience. With a little use, the GUI even starts to grow on you.

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    today i have rebuit ???????????????? imei of 1600, 1100 etc for free without any server and any errors.
    Do not wait for server internet 

    Connect phone ufsx (2.1.0.1 version) and check boot
    then press



    Warning, IMEI/ESN Backup Fail
    IMEI Number: ??????-??-??????-?
    1st Boot: Ok, DCT4, UPP: 2201 [Rh-64] [2.1.0.1]
    2nd Boot: u_2nd.fia, Ver: 4.79.0
    Fl0: 0x01000000-0x013FFFFF,00898872,Int 28F320W18
    Algorithm: u_intel.fia, , Ver: 4.80.0
    Reading UEM IMEI/ESN ...
    UEM IMEI Num : 355540-01-xxxxxx-6
    Ask IMEI Num : 355540-01-xxxxxx-6
    Product Code : 0525392
    UEM Changed : 1
    Dongle S/N : 078070
    1st Boot: Ok, DCT4, UPP: 2201 [Rh-64] [2.1.0.1]
    2nd Boot: u_2nd.fia, Ver: 4.79.0
    Fl0: 0x01000000-0x013FFFFF,00898872,Int 28F320W18
    Algorithm: u_intel.fia, Ver: 4.80.0
    Reading UEM DATA ...
    ASIC Detected: 2
    UEM Read Done, Time: 00:01
    Reading Info from Mobile ...
    IMEI: ??????-??-??????-?, ASIC: 2
    RPL File Info:
    IMEI: 35554001474516
    CHCK: -2593
    Warning: No DATA2 Record
    IMEI: ?
    PROD: ?

    then the ufsx generate 355540014xxxxxx_generated.rpl save it to desktop or any where 

    then click write UEM and select 355540014xxxxxx_generated.rpl



    1st Boot: Ok, DCT4, UPP: 2201 [Rh-64] [2.1.0.1]
    2nd Boot: u_2nd.fia, Ver: 4.79.0
    Fl0: 0x01000000-0x013FFFFF,00898872,Int 28F320W18
    Algorithm: u_intel.fia, Ver: 4.80.0
    Writing UEM ...
    UEM Writing Done, Time: 00:01
    Warning: No SIM_PROG_DATA in File


    then make UI Settings
    IMEI: 355540-01-xxxxxx-6, ASIC: 2
    Writing SimLocks ...
    SimLocks Initialized (NM Ok), Time: 00:00
    Set Security 12345 ...
    Set Security Ok, Time: 00:00
    Set Software Upgrade Defaults ...
    Set Software Upgrade Defaults Ok, Time: 00:03
    Set Full Factory Defaults ...
    Set Full Factory Defaults Ok, Time: 00:01
    Set UI Factory Defaults ...
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