Changes between Version 28 and Version 29 of radio_s_off


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Timestamp:
11/29/10 21:27:06 (12 years ago)
Author:
fattire
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    129129'''OPTIONAL STEPS'''
     130
     131** NOTE IF YOU HAVE A MAC, THIS IS A LOT EASIER.  SKIP TO THE END **
    130132
    131133=== 5 start rtask c in hboot ===
     
    172174AT$QCPWRDN
    173175}}}
     176
     177At this point your phone will power down and reboot.
     178
     179=== Steps 5 and 6 for Mac ===
     180
     181To verify all went well on a mac, do this:
     182
     1831.  Plug in your mac to your phone
     1842.  In the Terminal, type this:
     185
     186{{{
     187adb shell
     188}}}
     189
     190this puts you in the phone's shell.  now it's a simple matter of the following:
     191
     192(note the # is your prompt.  Don't type the "#".  The lines without the # are returned by the phone.)
     193
     194{{{
     195# stop ril-daemon
     196# cat /dev/smd0 &
     197# echo -e 'ATE1\r' > /dev/smd0
     1980
     199# echo -e 'ATV1\r' > /dev/smd0
     200OK
     201# echo -e 'AT@CID?\r' > /dev/smd0
     202@CID: 11111111
     203
     204OK
     205echo -e 'AT@SIMLOCK?40\r' > /dev/smd0
     206# AT@SIMLOCK?40
     207@SIMLOCK= 00
     208
     209OK
     210# echo -e 'AT$QCPWRDN\r' > /dev/smd0
     211# AT$QCPWRDN
     212OK
     213}}}
     214
     215Your phone should reboot.
     216
     217It should look something like that anyway.  It may look slightly different if you were typing while the computer was sending you back information.
     218
     219But anyway.  Here's what you're looking for:
     220
     221@CID: 11111111 <--- this response means you have superCID!  Congrats!
     222
     223@SIMLOCK= 00  <--- this means your simlock is off.
     224