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Sony Ericsson
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    Old 11-04-2005, 20:28   #1 (permalink)
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    Question Help P910i says wrong sim card after using semc tool v3.3


    My P910i was working fine. It is branded Vodafone but not sim-locked. But I curiously ran Semc Tool v3.3 and checked clear SP lock + read all codes.

    After that, my sim won't work anymore. I tried switching back to vodafone but it still says wrong sim card.

    Now I need help..I have dss-25 cable only.
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    Quote:
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    My P910i was working fine. It is branded Vodafone but not sim-locked. But I curiously ran Semc Tool v3.3 and checked clear SP lock + read all codes.

    After that, my sim won't work anymore. I tried switching back to vodafone but it still says wrong sim card.

    Now I need help..I have dss-25 cable only.
    your phone most likely is 4 locks closed.... you can repair 4 locks and it should be fine..

    bR
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    Old 11-04-2005, 21:08   #3 (permalink)
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    Thanks.
    I tried repair->Reset GDFS but it still wouldn't work.

    By the way,when I read all codes, the NCK,NSCK,CCK, and SPCK are not 00000000. RSA is active as well. What is RSA? Where can I get the manual/readme for Semc Tool?
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    4 locked closed (will not work with any sim), you cannot repair with usb-smart (even newest version), also usb-smart does not support p910i its not listed, which i why you have created this problem, by using it on p900.

    Can only be repaired with ufs box etc, no free tools.

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    ouch..I know,it's my fault.
    I brought it to mobile shops but those guys cant do it either..

    So I guess I'll have to do it on my own.Can I flash the AVR using Semc Tools? If not,Can I get UFS-box from shops? Will Cruiser work?

    sorry,im a newbie in all these stuff..
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    to be honest, i only know because i have done it also!! but luckily for me i have most tools to repair. Ok, the repair, cruiser or ufs box will repair it, but its not easy. I use ufs as i don't have cruiser, you need to remove RSA, then flash mcu or RSA flash recovery, then init secblk, maybe init locks but i cannot remember if it was needed. On cruiser i think you just have to do the last, init secblk or rebuild secblk, it means the same.

    Also its all on this forum, what to do, just search 4 lock closed p910i.

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    thanks,i'll need to get the tools first.
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