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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by aenoch, Apr 14, 2012.

  1. aenoch

    aenoch Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    You must already have your phones msl code for this to work

    Using your dialer dial *983*87274#
    Choose only Diag
    Watch when your computer installs the driver remember what com port it installed to.
    Open CDMA workshop.
    Choose port and select connect
    ( bottom of screen should say connect successful)

    Go to security tab and where it says SPC input your MSL code in the blank white box.
    Then press the SPC button.
    Choose send. If it is correct it will tell you That the phone is unlocked

    Now type any six digit number you want your MSL to be in the white box.
    Click SPC button and then click Write you will get a successful message

    Now click the x to close CDMA Workshop.
    Click yes at the prompt that says settings have changed ect.

    When phone reboots open CDMA Workshop again.
    Go to place where you input the MSL code and test your new code

    If it works
    open dialer again and enter *983*87274# and this time choose AT or usb will not work.


    Write down the orginal MSL code in case you need to change it back later.
    I am not sure if your new MSL has to be 6 digits or not.
    The MSL can only be numbers.
    I would call the dial code leaving out the last # first
    Then in your call list hold down on the number click edit before call and just add the last # so you dont have to
    remember the code or dial it.


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  2. IOWA

    IOWA Mr. Logic Pants

    Wow! This is really useful! As a CDMA user, being able to change your MSL to something rememberable is very useful! I'm going to see if this can be made a sticky.

    Just want to add that if rooted, you can use an app called MSL Reader to get your original MSL.
  3. aenoch

    aenoch Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    If this does get stickied ill add some pictures

    i figured this out last night wile using cdma workshop to flash prls
    so i Tested it using 666666 and it worked

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