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Took me, oh, 5-7 hours of searching, button mashing, and amused playing around.

In the end, it turned out, I had to:
1) Insert a SIM card from Taiwan. Saw "Wrong card" on the screen.
2) Enter *PINLOCK*NET*00000000*00000000# (translates to *7465625*638*00000000*00000000#). You have now enabled the Network lock using the password '00000000'. The breakdown of the command is essentially
* = enable
PINLOCK = the locking options
* = seperator
NET = What we're locking/unlocking]
* = seperator
00000000 = password. Must be 8 characters long? I don't know.
* = seperator
00000000 = confirm password
# = End of command
3) Enter #PINLOCK*NET*00000000#. Or #7465625*638*00000000#. # at the start stands for disable.
4) Now use *#PINLOCK# (*#7465625#) to open the "Interrogate" menu. Network lock should show "inactive".
If there's any other locks active, use the list on my previous post to set them to inactive. [http://ibneko.livejournal.com/598193.html#cutid2]

I want to say this might work for most Samsung phones. Without more phones, it's hard to say. Heh, yes, I could go around and test it on phones in the stores. Hmmm. May be a good way to get myself kicked out.

Now I want some way to load non-T-mobile branded firmware. I really dislike that t-zones soft-button. And there's no way to quickly get to my recent calls. :P

More t319 codes... )
ibneko: (Default)
Source: http://www.howardforums.com/archive/topic/1069013-1.html
Corrections source here: http://www.gsmhosting.com/vbb/archive/index.php/t-311875.html

Essentially:
1) Get into the "Test mode" menu: *#8999*8378# (the source had it wrong. See bottom second source)
2) [2] for H/W Test
3) [2] for Audio Settings
4) [1] for Rx Path (recieve path - I guess, anything to the User.)
5) [9] for Melody gain
6) [1] for Normal
7) Use [c] and the number to set "Vol. 1" to 0 (default:10). [OK] or [...Save] to continue.
8) Same thing; Set "Vol. 2" to 0 (default:14)
9) Same thing; Set "Vol. 3" to 0 (default:19)
10) Same thing; Set "Vol. 4" to 0 (default:24) - This is the important one. The camera shutter is set on this volume.
11) If desired, you can set "Vol. 5" to 0 as well. ::shrugs:: (default:30)

My settings will be (0, 10, 20, 0, 31). 31 is the max: volume is modded (%) by 32, so 32=0.

Next modification:
Turning off the goddamned startup/turn on sound...

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For the record, here's the menu breakdown and default (I think. Some may be different since I've already played with the normal user accessable settings) values for the t319, t-mobile to go phone: ("|" = new line)
Default values )

[edit]
Apparently the shutter-sound requirement is due to privacy law: "Anyway, this is an easy way to stick it to the lame-o nanny state European/Asian countries that ruined it for us all with their over-reaching "privacy" laws that mandated the shutter click." - source 1.

Power on/off sound options are there in the normal user menu. Doh. ^^;;

[edit2]
codes: (source: http://www.3g.co.uk/3GForum/archive/index.php/t-25686.html, it's for another phone, but it works for this one too.)
*#7465625# = Check Locks (7465625=pinlock. Prepend with * to enable, # to disable. Code.. apparently has to be read off using a computer. :P Spiffy though.)
*7465625*638*Code# = Enables Network Lock (638=net)
#7465625*638*Code# = Disables Network Lock
*7465625*782*Code# = Enables Subset Lock (782=sub)
#7465625*782*Code# = Disables Subset Lock
More codes.. )

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