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Old January 7th, 2013, 05:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default SIM unlock Relay T699?

This is an open question, since I have not been able to find any examples of anyone doing this yet.

I know T-mo will give out the code under some circumstances, but I am a new customer and still financing the phone (won't even bother asking at this point). I took the phone to 2 different shops in Bangkok and neither could unlock, also tried one site online (Cell-Code-Shop.com) that could not do it.

I've run across a couple of examples with other Samsung phones that make reference using a hex editor and looking for a string in one of the files in /dev/block

Anybody know which file/string to look for on this phone?

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Old January 8th, 2013, 08:41 AM   #2 (permalink)
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This is an open question, since I have not been able to find any examples of anyone doing this yet.

I know T-mo will give out the code under some circumstances, but I am a new customer and still financing the phone (won't even bother asking at this point). I took the phone to 2 different shops in Bangkok and neither could unlock, also tried one site online (Cell-Code-Shop.com) that could not do it.

I've run across a couple of examples with other Samsung phones that make reference using a hex editor and looking for a string in one of the files in /dev/block

Anybody know which file/string to look for on this phone?
Dude the simplest answer is the simplest answer. Call T-Mobile and explain to them that you need the unlock code. You're locked in to a contract and paying monthly anyway, so they shouldn't care that you are using a different network but still paying TM. Just tell them you are traveling and need to use a local network.
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