OK i'll do it for one person. I need PIN, App version (including numbers with parenthesis), and uptime. Get this info from "HELP ME!" screen. Once you tell me the code stay at that screen. I'll PM one code within 3 mins that will give you access on your BB for 1 hour. After that back to normal.
Keep in mind I can't/won't do anything with the info you give me. Most people (including me) have their app version and PIN posted anyway. The uptime is just how long your BB has been powered up, but its needed for the access.
I'm only showing this because we may be able to figure out how to unlock the 95xx series. There's quite a few more menus, and ton's more information within these screens.
P.S If your not sure about what something is while your in there DON'T just turn things on and off. You might permanently brick your BB!
Last edited by Safiy; 12-15-2008 at 10:51 PM.
Reason: more info
If you leave the HELP ME screen you'll have to get info again. The Code is also entered in HELP ME screen. Just so no one is waiting PM me. When I respond, get the info from the help me screen, and i'll send the code in a min or 2.
I was also able to change my codec from Half rate to full rate, which was previously thought impossible. I need to try this on my bold as a network selection menu is in there as well. My curve keeps reverting to GSM850 but I'm in a crappy area right now so I'm sure other options aren't available. Ill try again when I get to work~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~
We used to call it "Trace Mode", it was a feature limited to Altell (iDEN) handhelds 71xx, and possibly some 72XX devices. You could get to it by going to the HelpMe screen (alt - eace - or - alt-cap-h) and then type ZAML. It has either not been available on different models/carriers or the route to get there is different. Looks like Safiy found a way on a T-Mobile phone, but my advice is to leave it alone -
You can? this is called the engineering screen. Are you sure? ZAML? Can someone try and confirm. I seriously doubt this works. The access to these screens is time based. Go here https://www.blackberry.com/EngineeringScreens/. You wont have access but if you did you need the same info I asked for in post #4. You'll get a code straight from RIM that expires after a time determined by them, then its back to the regular "HELP ME" screen.