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HUAWEI E5830 fastest unlock!



Here I am again.
The program above is still in testing but I can safely say
IT WORKS!

It unlocks HUAWEI E5830 in 13 seconds :)

Stay tuned for further developments.
Zibri

Comments

  1. Wow, magic Zibri!!!
    I have any of them and can test it

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  2. Will it work using a MAC - Zibri you are a legend by the way

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  3. plzzzz dont see word unlock whyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy?

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  4. Where is the download link ??????

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  5. Here:
    http://www.zibri.org/2011/03/huawei-e585-e5830-e5832-e5-unlock-all.html

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  6. zibri, i got an E5830 locked to airtel ghana. your unlock solution tells me there's no card connected. what could be wrong?

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  7. You must install the serial drivers.
    Read the instructions inside the zip file.

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