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Apparently its 3 customer service. I’ve just ignored the calls.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_rKAmJ3XZs&feature=fvw

 

http://www.wikihow.com/Unlock-Your-Nokia-Cell-Phone

Typically when you purchase a cell phone, the company that sold you the phone (ex: AT&T) ‘locked’ the phone before you bought it, so you can only use it on their network. This means that you can’t use your phone if on any other network, even if you change the SIM (which is an abbreviation for Subscriber Identity Module) card. The SIM card is the little piece of plastic that identifies your phone to the cellular network. Changing your SIM card to have your phone work on another network is useful especially if you want to travel to another country and want to buy a pre-paid SIM card so you can have cell phone access without roaming charges. There are services that offer to provide unlocking capabilities for a fee, but don’t pay for them! You can do it yourself for free, which is the perfect price.

 

http://www.piotrbania.com/all/kon-boot/

About Kon-Boot
Kon-Boot is an prototype piece of software which allows to change contents of a linux kernel (and now Windows kernel also!!!) on the fly (while booting). In the current compilation state it allows to log into a linux system as ‘root’ user without typing the correct password or to elevate privileges from current user to root. For Windows systems it allows to enter any password protected profile without any knowledge of the password. It was acctually started as silly project of mine, which was born from my never-ending memory problems 🙂 Secondly it was mainly created for Ubuntu, later i have made few add-ons to cover some other linux distributions. Finally, please consider this is my first linux project so far 🙂 Entire Kon-Boot was written in pure x86 assembly, using old grandpa-geezer TASM 4.0.

Additional notes:

* Kon-Boot was designed to work on X86-32 architectures only.
* This utility was not designed to work with USB sticks, however you can try some unofficial methods to boot Kon-Boot from USB, check the USB tutorial on IronGeek or Raymond blog post.

Kon-Boot was presented on numerous places, it was featured in: Hak5 Episode-518, PaulDotCom Security Weekly Episode-158, WindowsITPro and others. Till the 13-07-2009 it was downloaded about 170.000 times.

 

http://www.filesaveas.com/mms.html

o2 MMS settings

The o2 MMS settings can be sent direct to your mobile. Go to www.o2.co.uk/services/ota4/select. Alternatively, the settings are:

Access point name: wap.o2.co.uk (contract customers) or payandgo.o2.co.uk (pay-as-you-go customers)
Username: o2wap (contract customers) or payandgo (pay-as-you-go customers)
Password: password
Authentication: Normal
Data bearer: GPRS
Gateway IP (proxy) address: 193.113.200.195
Session mode: Permanent
Port number: 8080 or 9201
URL address: http://mmsc.mms.o2.co.uk:8002

Vodafone MMS settings

Access Point Name: wap.vodafone.co.uk
Username: wap
Password: wap
Authentication: Normal
Data bearer: GPRS
Gateway IP (proxy) address: 212.183.137.12
Session mode: Permanent
Port number: 9201
MMS Message (Relay) Server URL: http://mms.vodafone.co.uk/servlets/mms/

T-Mobile MMS settings

Access Point Name: general.t-mobile.uk
Username: user
Password: one2one
Authentication: Normal
Data bearer: GPRS
Gateway IP (proxy) address: 149.254.211.10 (also 149.254.201.135)
Session mode: Permanent
MMS Message (Relay) Server URL: http://mmsc.t-mobile.co.uk:8002/

Orange MMS settings

Note: Orange must enable MMS for your account. Contact Orange Customer Services

Access Point Name: orangemms
Username: Orange
Password: Multimedia
Authentication: Normal
Data bearer: GPRS
Gateway IP (proxy) address: 192.168.224.010
Port: 9201 (some users have reported 8080 works if 9201 doesn’t)
Session mode: Permanent
MMS Message (Relay) Server URL http://mms.orange.co.uk/

3 MMS settings

Access Point Name: mms.three.co.uk
Username: blank
Password: blank
Gateway IP (proxy) address: 217.171.129.2
Port number: 8799
MMS Message (Relay) Server URL: http://mms.um.three.co.uk:10021/mmsc

Virgin MMS settings

Note: Virgin must enable MMS for your account. Contact Virgin Customer Services

Access Point Name: goto.virginmobile.uk
Username: user
Password: (leave blank)
Authentication: Normal
Data bearer: GPRS
Gateway IP (proxy) address: 193.030.166.001
Port: 8080
Session mode: Permanent
MMS Message (Relay) Server URL http://mms.virginmobile.co.uk:8002

Tesco Mobile MMS settings

Many thanks to Nick B and Martin J for supplying the Tesco Mobile settings…

Access point name: prepay.tesco-mobile.com
Username: tescowap
Password: password
Authentication: Normal
Data bearer: GPRS
Gateway IP address: 193.113.200.195
Session mode: Permanent
URL address: http://mmsc.mms.o2.co.uk:8002

BT Mobile MMS settings

Access point name: mobile.bt.uk
Username: user
Password: btmms
Authentication: Normal
Data bearer: GPRS
Gateway IP address: 212.183.137.012 or 62.239.21.123
Session mode: Permanent
URL address: http://mms.bt.com/servlets/mms or http://mmsc.btmms.co.uk:8002

We have also been told that the following settings may work for a corporate BT Mobile: APN: btmobile.bt.com , username:bt , password:bt, port:8799 , IP address:212.183.137.12

ASDA Mobile MMS settings

Access point name: asdamobiles.co.uk
Username: wap
Password: wap
Authentication: Normal
Data bearer: GPRS
Gateway IP address: 212.183.137.12
Session mode: Permanent
URL address: http://mms.asdamobiles.co.uk/servlets/mms

 

I know someone who had same issue.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnkQNmKauEc

HP DV9000 blank screen fix! Video problem BGA rework
This fix also works on the HP DV2000, DV6000 and DV9000 there are a couple more HP’s with this BGA video issue. Also effected by this issue are a couple Compaq models. The Comaq Presario V3000 V6000 and a couple of the Pavilion models.
If you would like us to fix this issue for you please send the laptop to the address below
Reboot IT LLC
211 John Young Parkway
Kissimmee FL. 34741
If you have any questions please call our service hotline 321-332-0710
We never charge bench fees to give you a quote!
Remember some motherboards are beyond repair and we will have to replace the motherboard. We will give you a FREE quote and its up to you if you want to repair the laptop. If you dont want us to fix the laptop just pay the return shipping.
Thank and I hope you enjoyed the video!
-Pete
Rebootit.biz
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Mixcat.com HP Compaq Laptop notebook BGA video Rework

 

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