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Old November 29th, 2012, 06:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How to get the MSL code of Kyocera Rise

I tried alogcat, "getprop ril.MSL" etc., but nothing worked. Please help. Thanks in advance.

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Old January 11th, 2013, 07:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
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meid converter on Google play... it will calculate it with your meid... the six digits it will generate is your msl/spc... easiest way to get msl from a cdma phone
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meid converter on Google play... it will calculate it with your meid... the six digits it will generate is your msl/spc... easiest way to get msl from a cdma phone
... if you use MetroPCS.
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... if you use MetroPCS.

I've used it successfully on Public Mobile...

This one:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.splicedmedia.android.meidconverter
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I've used it successfully on Public Mobile...

This one:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.splicedmedia.android.meidconverter
Tried it. The phone rejected the MSL from that app and then rebooted for no other reason than to annoy me.

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Where are you using it. Cdma workshop? How do you get this device into FTM mode?
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OK I'll look into it but you are correct... that method did not work but it has worked for me on three other devices before this one... And I have never had a Metro PCS phone... are you with public? virgin? sprint? just out of curiosity...
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Supposedly each carrier has their own secret key they use to generate MSLs. I wouldn't be surprised if PM was reusing one though.
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Supposedly each carrier has their own secret key they use to generate MSLs. I wouldn't be surprised if PM was reusing one though.
well that method worked for boost mobile users too this is the first phone it has not worked for... this phone is really locked...
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any one had any luck getting spc or msl from kyocera rise virgin mobile?
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This app worked for me on my VM version

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.unlockgods.kyc&feature=nav_result#? t=W251bGwsMSwxLDMsImNvbS51bmxvY2tnb2RzLmt5YyJd
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Holy crap... that is amazing. Maby now you devs can make a little more progress in unlocking the BL. Good luck!!
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1. Make sure phone is charged and has a memory card in it.

2. Connect phone to WiFi. Go to Settings > Security and make sure that the "Unknown Sources" is checked.

3. Open your phone browser and go to tools.flashingtools.com/SPCUtility.apk and let the app download.

4. Install the app then open it. Then click "Read SPC" and take note of the SPC.

Thats it.
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