Benjamin Juang (ibneko) wrote,
Benjamin Juang
ibneko

W00t. Samsung t319 unlocked!

Took me, oh, 5-7 hours of searching, button mashing, and amused playing around.

In the end, it turned out, I had to:
1) Insert a SIM card from Taiwan. Saw "Wrong card" on the screen.
2) Enter *PINLOCK*NET*00000000*00000000# (translates to *7465625*638*00000000*00000000#). You have now enabled the Network lock using the password '00000000'. The breakdown of the command is essentially
* = enable
PINLOCK = the locking options
* = seperator
NET = What we're locking/unlocking]
* = seperator
00000000 = password. Must be 8 characters long? I don't know.
* = seperator
00000000 = confirm password
# = End of command
3) Enter #PINLOCK*NET*00000000#. Or #7465625*638*00000000#. # at the start stands for disable.
4) Now use *#PINLOCK# (*#7465625#) to open the "Interrogate" menu. Network lock should show "inactive".
If there's any other locks active, use the list on my previous post to set them to inactive. [http://ibneko.livejournal.com/598193.html#cutid2]

I want to say this might work for most Samsung phones. Without more phones, it's hard to say. Heh, yes, I could go around and test it on phones in the stores. Hmmm. May be a good way to get myself kicked out.

Now I want some way to load non-T-mobile branded firmware. I really dislike that t-zones soft-button. And there's no way to quickly get to my recent calls. :P


Source: http://www.gsmhosting.com/vbb/archive/index.php/t-311875.html
Just so I don't lose the damn things.
*2767*688# = Unlocking Code (May not work on your phone)
*#8999*8378# = All in one Code
*#4777*8665# = GPSR Tool
*#8999*523# = LCD Brightness
*#8999*3825523# = External Display
*#8999*377# = Errors
#*5737425# = JAVA Something{I choose 2 and it crashed}
*#2255# = Call List

#*536961# = Java Status Code
#*536962# = Java Status Code
#*536963# = Java Status Code
#*53696# = Java Status Code

#*1200# = AFC DAC Val
#*1300# = IMEI
#*1400# = IMSI

#*2562# = ??? White for 15 secs than restarts.
#*2565# = Check Blocking
#*3353# = Check Code
#*3837# = ??? White for 15 secs than restarts.
#*3849# = ??? White for 15 secs than restarts.
#*3851# = ??? White for 15 secs than restarts.
#*3876# = ??? White for 15 secs than restarts.

#*7222# = Operation Type (Class C GSM)
#*7224# = I Got !! ERROR !!
#*7252# = Operation Type (Class B GPRS)
#*7271# = Multi Slot (Class 1 GPRS)
#*7274# = Multi Slot (Class 4 GPRS)
#*7276# = Dunno
#*7337# = EEPROM Reset (Unlock and Resets Wap Settings)
#*2787# = CRTP ON/OFF
#*3737# = L1 Dbg data
#*5133# = L1 Dbg data
#*7288# = GPRS Attached
#*7287# = GPRS Detached
#*7666# = SrCell Data
#*7693# = Sleep Act/DeAct (Enable or Disable the Black screen after doing nothing for a while)
#*7284# = Class : B,C or GPRS
#*2256# = Calibration Info
#*2286# = Battery Data
#*2527# = GPRS Switching (set to: class 4, class 8, class 9 or class 10)

#*2679# = Copycat feature (Activate or Deactivate)
#*3940# = External loop test 9600 bps
#*4263# = Handsfree mode (Activate or Deactivate)
#*4700# = Half Rate (Activate or Deactivate)
#*7352# = BVMC Reg value
#*8462# = Sleeptime
#*2558# = Time ON
#*3370# = EFR (Activate or Deactivate)
#*3941# = External looptest 115200 bps
#*5176# = L1 Sleep
#*7462# = SIM phase
#*7983# = Voltage/Frequenci (Activate or Deactivate)
#*7986# = Voltage (Activate or Deactivate)
#*8466# = Old time
#*2255# = Call ???
#*5187# = L1C2G trace (Activate or Deactivate)
#*5376# = ??? White for 15 secs than restarts.
#*6837# = Official Software Version
#*7524# = KCGPRS
#*7562# = LOCI GPRS
#*7638# = RLC allways open ended TBF (Activate or Deactivate)
#*7632# = Sleep mode Debug
#*7673# = Sleep mode RESET
#*2337# = Permanent Registration Beep
#*2474# = ???
#*2834# = Audio Path
#*3270# = DCS support (Activate or Deactivate)
#*3282# = Data (Activate or Deactivate)
#*3476# = EGSM (Activate or Deactivate)
#*3676# = Flash volume formated
#*4760# = GSM (Activate or Deactivate)
#*4864# = Dunno doesn't work on newer versions

#*5171# = L1P1
#*5172# = L1P2
#*5173# = L1P3
#*7326# = Accessory (I got Vibrator)
#*7683# = Sleep variable (Cool
#*7762# = SMS Brearer CS (Activate or Deactivate)
#*8465# = Time in L1
#*9795# = wtls key
#*2252# = Current CAL
#*2836# = AVDDSS Management (Activate or Deactivate)
#*3877# = Dump of SPY trace
#*7728# = RSAV done# (Everything went to standart but nothing was deleted)
#*2677# = ARM State (None or Full Rate)
*#8999*636# = Have no clue what it is, i see 20 lines
*#9999# = Software version
*#8999*8376263# = HW ver, SW ver and Build Date
*#8888# = HW version
*#8377466# = Same HW/SW version thing
Tags: hacking, samsung, t-mobile, t319
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