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    Do you have a PIN set on your SIM card?


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    good point, maybe somehow in your old phone you have set a sim pin??

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    Quote Originally Posted by healeydave View Post
    Do you have a PIN set on your SIM card?
    No, i don't have PIN.

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    Make sure to replace the lockdownd file with the hacked one. I think it is in /usr/libexec.

    You can find the hacked lockdownd file online somewhere

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    Forgot to mention, everytime you do a restore, the original lockdownd file is put back, so you have to put the hacked one every time. This should get you passed the invalid sim part.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PmgR View Post
    Forgot to mention, everytime you do a restore, the original lockdownd file is put back, so you have to put the hacked one every time. This should get you passed the invalid sim part.


    yes i replace the lockdownd every time. with permision to 0777, in usb/libexec.

    but i still have the same incorrect sim message.

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    Ok, well there's only Three reasons I can think off why you would get an error when operating in the baseband (though minicom).

    1. The SIM has a pin set which means you have to either disable the PIN before you start with minicom or you have to enter AT+CPIN="xxxx" first before you can enter the other AT commands. Substituting xxxx for the PIN number of-course.

    2. The nor is corrupt or has not been written correctly, hence the AT+CLCK command is genuinely not processable because the bypassed security routines are not present and correct.

    3. The unlock attempts have been exceeded possibly because the first attempts had petty errors but added to the count, consequent proper attempts where you have paid more attention to detail "dotting the i's and crossing the t's" as the expression goes came too late in the process (e.g. after the count was exceeded).

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    Quote Originally Posted by healeydave View Post
    Ok, well there's only Three reasons I can think off why you would get an error when operating in the baseband (though minicom).

    1. The SIM has a pin set which means you have to either disable the PIN before you start with minicom or you have to enter AT+CPIN="xxxx" first before you can enter the other AT commands. Substituting xxxx for the PIN number of-course.

    2. The nor is corrupt or has not been written correctly, hence the AT+CLCK command is genuinely not processable because the bypassed security routines are not present and correct.

    3. The unlock attempts have been exceeded possibly because the first attempts had petty errors but added to the count, consequent proper attempts where you have paid more attention to detail "dotting the i's and crossing the t's" as the expression goes came too late in the process (e.g. after the count was exceeded).
    1. The sim don't have pin, i'm sure.

    2. i wrote different nor files, downloaded from different sites (but always the same nor file)

    3. This is possible, i tried a lot of time, i don't know if there's a limit to tries to do the at command, where is stored this count? can i reset? there's a solution for this?

    thanks for your help.

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    What is the answer from:

    AT+XSIMSTATE=1


 

 

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