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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Mitek, Nov 1, 2010.

  1. Mitek

    Mitek Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Alright im sort of confused about it. I found several tutorials on how to debrand an x10a but then i read that they are outdated and you cant debrand a certain way anymore. When i go into the SEUS folder and find the blobs_fs or w/e its called, theres only files like 4-10kb, there is nothing near 100mb.

    Thanks for the help, forums great.

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  2. X10iUser

    X10iUser Android Expert


    Just going out, but see the link in my sig.
  3. aodmisery

    aodmisery Well-Known Member

    just too let you know all the x10a files i have searched and found to debrand are for x10a argentina. they still work on the x10a and get the debrand job done, but it will put your location in argentina so you will have to wait until argentina updates too 2.1 so you can update.
  4. ChudleyOne

    ChudleyOne Well-Known Member

    I used the 2nd link in this post a few days ago & now show as "Generic GLOBAL". Not all methods will set you up to Argentina.
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  5. aodmisery

    aodmisery Well-Known Member

    really!!? thanks i been looking for that file but no one seems to have been able to find it. is it for an x10a?

    edit: oh wait you gotta root your phone for this :(
  6. ChudleyOne

    ChudleyOne Well-Known Member

    Yep. I have an x10a from AT&T in the US. Follwed those steps & have been unbranded & rooted for 4 days now on firmware 023.

    I had tried several other methods & kept getting left with x10i firmware on the phone so I know what you mean.

    I didn't feel the need to get 026 with the 2.1 upgrade starting this weekend.

    I did need to tell it which network to connect to after setting it up but that's all very easy with access being unlocked.
  7. gunny5821

    gunny5821 Android Enthusiast

    I have not found anyway to debrand and stay in the states. AT&T has this locked up pretty tight. So I continue to just wait, since AT&T has stated they have no idea when if ever it will happen!
  8. Mitek

    Mitek Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Wait, does Generic GLOBAL = World Wide o_O
  9. Mitek

    Mitek Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    in your post it states x10i, but is it just me, or is there nothing for x10a?
  10. X10iUser

    X10iUser Android Expert

    Why don't you ask the AT&T user who you posted after, that has "been unbranded & rooted for 4 days now" how they did it.
  11. Mitek

    Mitek Well-Known Member
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    Never mind, so far so good. Lets see if it is actually THAT easy to debrand :)
  12. aodmisery

    aodmisery Well-Known Member

    the thing with rooting is theres really no use for it right now besides removing unwated programs. so i have no use for rooting but like gunny5821 i want to debrand and stay in the states without having too root.
  13. X10iUser

    X10iUser Android Expert

    And running apps that require it, modding your phone ect.
  14. X10iUser

    X10iUser Android Expert

    De or Rebrand Your X10i/a
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  15. Mitek

    Mitek Well-Known Member
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