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About the iPad.


Enough said.

Namaste,
Zibri.

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  1. So true. The other thing I wanted was a Verizon iPhone.

    I wish you would re-develop the program to change the IMEI number. I'd like to change it to my BB phone so I can stay with the EDGE service, rather than go to a crappy 3G that I will rarely use.

    If I can't find something, I'll end up cancelling my data plan.

    http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=856790

    http://www.genmay.com/showthread.php?t=825770

    I understand your concern for those who would use the ability to change the IMEI number for ill, but it really hurts us honest (poor grad student) folks.

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  2. The program was only for iphones, I can do the same thing on sierrawireless cards as well. But it's not a universal program, I have to code a different one for every phone or 3g card.

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  3. Hey Zibri,

    Can u give me little information what u r doing lately? Some nice projects?

    J. (from Holland)

    Zibri FTW!!

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  4. Well at the moment I just finished reversing all SierraWireless 3g cards & modules security.
    I'm now able to unlock and fully reprogram, ANY card/module, change the imei, add features (like gps and voice) etc etc..
    :)

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  5. Nice!

    and... last question..

    ever thought about a blackberry hack?

    Keep it up.

    Grtz

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  6. How about an exploit for the 3.1.3 firmware? PLEASE... ;)

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