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    Last edited by GuyFromNam; 08/11/2011 at 04:41 AM.
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    Well i dont have any of my old doctor files any longer that HD had crashed some time ago i did have every single one from the very first one released lol

    But since he is looking for an unlock that would not work with the Pixi on sprint or Verizon right? no sim cards just the GSM pixi's will have sim cards?
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    palm pixi 1.4.3

    pixieumtsfw-att_1.0.0-3115_armv6.ipk
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    Sorry ... My Pixi didn't run once ... Because it's never unlock

    So ... Maybe nextgenserver can unlock my Pixi ATT phone?

    Let's chat YM with me: xuiquaxa

    Many thanks!
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    Same as En0x.
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    pixieumtsfw-row_1.0.0-3125_armv6.ipk
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bordeaux View Post
    Sorry ... My Pixi didn't run once ... Because it's never unlock

    So ... Maybe nextgenserver can unlock my Pixi ATT phone?

    Let's chat YM with me: xuiquaxa

    Many thanks!
    If no one has answered, NextGenServer does provide GSM Pixi/Pixi Plus unlock codes. If the handset was not activated on AT&T, and gone through the First Use app, you will probably need to metadoctor it to get at the phone or device info apps. The NextGenServer instructions include another source for a tool. Their documentation for doing this is sketchy.

    I used MetaDoctor on Windows Vista x64 with the Cygwin option. See the end of "Step 1" in the wiki (Application:MetaDoctor - WebOS Internals) for the requirements. If you are familiar with UNIX/Linux vi, also install the "vim" package. Otherwise, use wordpad (not notepad) to make the appropriate changes to the makefile.

    These are the options that I suggest using:

    ########################################
    ## START OF AREA FOR END USER CHANGES ##
    ########################################

    # Uncomment the features that you wish to enable below:
    BYPASS_ACTIVATION = 1
    BYPASS_FIRST_USE_APP = 1
    ENABLE_DEVELOPER_MODE = 1
    # AUTO_INSTALL_PREWARE = 1
    # ENABLE_TESTING_FEEDS = 1
    # INSTALL_SSH_AUTH_KEYS = 1
    # INSTALL_WIFI_PROFILES = 1
    # DISABLE_UPLOAD_DAEMON = 1
    # DISABLE_MODEM_UPDATE = 1
    # ENABLE_USB_NETWORKING = 1
    # REMOVE_CARRIER_CHECK = 1
    # REMOVE_MODEL_CHECK = 1
    # INCREASE_VAR_SPACE = 1
    # CHANGE_KEYBOARD_TYPE = z
    # ADD_EXT3FS_PARTITION = 2GB

    I have a Sprint Pre, so I grabbed the appropriate WiFi profile configuration file and ssh key files from it and enabled the options to automatically load them into the handset. Instructions for these steps are in the makefile comments for each feature.

    Make will put a modified webosdoctor under the build subdirectory. Use this to flash your handset, then proceed with the unlocking process. If you use the MetaDoctor features suggested above, skip the step in NextGenServer's instructions related to putting the handset into developer mode.

    Once unlocked, you can use the unmodified webosdoctor to put the handset back in its original state. The cellular radio will remain unlocked.
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    When using the meta-doctor i recommend on enabling only the
    BYPASS_FIRST_USE_APP = 1

    and leave all the others disabled, that's how it worked for me.

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