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    no i am not saying that they are immoral or illegal because they sell a service...

    but i would not like to give money to people that use dev's team work to make money...

    it is like in school when you copy from the guy next to you because he lets you to do so, then you spot a mistake, you improve it, you don't tell him anything and then you boast that you got the best grade in the class


    anyway... we seem to be very close to the free unlock from the dev team (YEAAAA)


    (sorry for my english)


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    First they should do something to get our phones back to it's regular state, so we can update to 1.1.1 without loosing a 400$ piece of hardware...or better said:
    To undo the anySIM stuff.

    After this is done, i'd agree to develope something which prevents such stuff next time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasper101 View Post
    I believe that would be copy right infringement as the Dev Team does not own the right s to IPSF? But what eves... What works works... Go for it!!
    You can't claim a copyright on such a "product", no judge would rule in favor of IPSF. There have been similar cases in many countries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 997TT View Post
    You can't claim a copyright on such a "product", no judge would rule in favor of IPSF. There have been similar cases in many countries.
    isn't there a "hackers code" not to reverse another hackers work

    anyway what i want to say is that IPSF solution works with this release...lets see what will happen when 1.1.2 comes out.

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    There should be no honor amongst thieves. I say get a copy and reverse enginner that thing and let it out for free!! Those IPSF guys are no saints either. They HAVE copied some stuff too.


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    It"s just impossible, dude
    IPSF generates a unique code for each IMEI emailed and paid.
    No reverse on it.
    1 IMEI=1 unique code
    That DevTeam need to work.
    To write down they own generator
    Need to fintout how it works and calculate=)
    That's a true unlock. But it's really hard.

 

 
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