10-07-2011, 03:20 PMPost: #1
I wanted to start a thread with the SPC/MSL addresses of phones.
What is an spc/msl?
SPC or MSL is a code on the phone that prevents changes to certain settings of phones. Only a few carriers actually use an SPC/MSL.
In order for any phone with an SPC or MSL to be flashed, the code must be read, and typically changed to all zeros.
Most spc's can be read easily with cdma workshop 3.5 or above. However there are a good number of phones, that in order to get the msl you have to read the phones memory.
I would like to have this thread full of specific memory addresses for spc/msl
When you post an address please format it like this
Phone Model (model number and phones name if you can)
Which software you are using to read the msl (some softwares read addresses differently)
And please don't forget to +1 the addresses that help you out in your flashing endeavors!
10-07-2011, 03:21 PMPost: #2
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Kyocera Echo M9300
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