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Is V600 tri-band or quad-band?

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Anonymous
January 8, 2005 8:00:10 AM

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I know that it has 900/1800/1900 ... how about 800/850?
Is it possible to enable/unlock it?
THanks
Anonymous
January 8, 2005 1:38:21 PM

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Yes, the US version has 850 and the phones can be unlocked with a
computed code.

From:Sarah Tanembaum
sarahtanembaum@yahoo.com

> I know that it has 900/1800/1900 ... how about 800/850?
> Is it possible to enable/unlock it?
> THanks
Anonymous
January 8, 2005 3:32:20 PM

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BruceR wrote:
> Yes, the US version has 850 and the phones can be unlocked with a
> computed code.
>
> From:Sarah Tanembaum
> sarahtanembaum@yahoo.com
>
>
>>I know that it has 900/1800/1900 ... how about 800/850?
>>Is it possible to enable/unlock it?
>>THanks
>
>
>
Where can I get those computed codes? Is there a crack or keygen out
there where I can unlock my V600? Thanks
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January 8, 2005 5:21:19 PM

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v600 is quad band. But the Tmobile USA model, has 850 disabled at Tmobile's
request.

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Steve
"Sarah Tanembaum" <sarahtanembaum@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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>I know that it has 900/1800/1900 ... how about 800/850?
> Is it possible to enable/unlock it?
> THanks
Anonymous
January 8, 2005 5:21:20 PM

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Steve wrote:
> v600 is quad band. But the Tmobile USA model, has 850 disabled at Tmobile's
> request.
>
Is it possible to enable/unlock it? If yes, how?
Thanks
Anonymous
January 8, 2005 10:40:15 PM

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If you got the phone from T-Mobile and have had it for 3 months I
understand they will unlock it for you for free. You can also do a
google search to find places that will sell you the code.

From:Sarah Tanembaum
sarahtanembaum@yahoo.com

> BruceR wrote:
>> Yes, the US version has 850 and the phones can be unlocked with a
>> computed code.
>>
>> From:Sarah Tanembaum
>> sarahtanembaum@yahoo.com
>>
>>
>>> I know that it has 900/1800/1900 ... how about 800/850?
>>> Is it possible to enable/unlock it?
>>> THanks
>>
>>
>>
> Where can I get those computed codes? Is there a crack or keygen out
> there where I can unlock my V600? Thanks
Anonymous
January 8, 2005 10:40:16 PM

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BruceR wrote:
> If you got the phone from T-Mobile and have had it for 3 months I
> understand they will unlock it for you for free. You can also do a
> google search to find places that will sell you the code.
>
> From:Sarah Tanembaum
> sarahtanembaum@yahoo.com
>
>
>>BruceR wrote:
>>
>>>Yes, the US version has 850 and the phones can be unlocked with a
>>>computed code.
>>>
>>>From:Sarah Tanembaum
>>>sarahtanembaum@yahoo.com
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>I know that it has 900/1800/1900 ... how about 800/850?
>>>>Is it possible to enable/unlock it?
>>>>THanks
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>Where can I get those computed codes? Is there a crack or keygen out
>>there where I can unlock my V600? Thanks
>
>
>
Well, I got the phone when I activate my mobile with T-Mobile, does that
count? I did not go to the T-Mobile Shop per se since the vendor also
cater for other Wireless carrier such as Cingular, Sprints, etc.

Thanks
Anonymous
January 9, 2005 3:16:49 AM

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On Sat, 08 Jan 2005 14:21:19 GMT, Steve <nr4p@NOJUNKearthlink.net> wrote:
>v600 is quad band. But the Tmobile USA model, has 850 disabled at Tmobile's
>request.

....and there was me thinking that Orange UK were bad with their
customisations. Why would they want to remove a possible roaming revenue
earner?!

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Anonymous
January 9, 2005 4:28:09 AM

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Like I said, if you've had it for 3 months ask TMo to unlock it and they
will.

From:Sarah Tanembaum
sarahtanembaum@yahoo.com

> BruceR wrote:
>> If you got the phone from T-Mobile and have had it for 3 months I
>> understand they will unlock it for you for free. You can also do a
>> google search to find places that will sell you the code.
>>
>> From:Sarah Tanembaum
>> sarahtanembaum@yahoo.com
>>
>>
>>> BruceR wrote:
>>>
>>>> Yes, the US version has 850 and the phones can be unlocked with a
>>>> computed code.
>>>>
>>>> From:Sarah Tanembaum
>>>> sarahtanembaum@yahoo.com
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>> I know that it has 900/1800/1900 ... how about 800/850?
>>>>> Is it possible to enable/unlock it?
>>>>> THanks
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>> Where can I get those computed codes? Is there a crack or keygen out
>>> there where I can unlock my V600? Thanks
>>
>>
>>
> Well, I got the phone when I activate my mobile with T-Mobile, does
> that count? I did not go to the T-Mobile Shop per se since the vendor
> also cater for other Wireless carrier such as Cingular, Sprints, etc.
>
> Thanks
June 21, 2005 3:01:14 AM

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What if I switched from T-Mobile to Cingular, I got the phone unlocked
to use with Cingular but I still don't have the 850 band. What can I
do? I think this is why I have a weak signal!


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Anonymous
June 21, 2005 10:29:30 AM

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TMo sold the v600 with the 850 band disabled.

From:tsmith
tsmith.1qykuy@nospam.cellphoneforums.net

> What if I switched from T-Mobile to Cingular, I got the phone unlocked
> to use with Cingular but I still don't have the 850 band. What can I
> do? I think this is why I have a weak signal!
>
>
> --
> tsmith
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Anonymous
June 21, 2005 3:39:23 PM

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In article <tsmith.1qykuy@nospam.cellphoneforums.net>,
tsmith <tsmith.1qykuy@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote:
>
>What if I switched from T-Mobile to Cingular, I got the phone unlocked
>to use with Cingular but I still don't have the 850 band. What can I
>do? I think this is why I have a weak signal!

Buy a data cable and download free software like P2KSEEM that allows
you to do seem editing. GSM850 can be restored with a simple seem edit.

http://xlr8.us/hofo
Anonymous
June 25, 2005 8:04:58 AM

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"Mike S." <retsuhcs@xinap.moc> wrote in message
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>
> In article <tsmith.1qykuy@nospam.cellphoneforums.net>,
> tsmith <tsmith.1qykuy@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote:
>>
>>What if I switched from T-Mobile to Cingular, I got the phone unlocked
>>to use with Cingular but I still don't have the 850 band. What can I
>>do? I think this is why I have a weak signal!
>
> Buy a data cable and download free software like P2KSEEM that allows
> you to do seem editing. GSM850 can be restored with a simple seem edit.
>
> http://xlr8.us/hofo
>

If it is Cingular I think you will need their 64k SIM and also their flex
(firmware) to enable ENS.

Steve
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