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  • Blackberry 8330 8703e 7103e 8130 Esn/Meid Repair



    ESN/Meid Changing is ILEGAL cHECK your country's LAW

    THIS PROCESS STICTLY CONFINED TO EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY


    Blackberry 8330 8703e 7103e 8130 and many more Esn Repair process
    Only by CdmaWorkshop Lisenced Version

    Ref : CDMA Service Software / ESN Changer, SPC Unlocker...

    What you need:

    1- Blackberry Device

    2- Blackberry Desktop Manager

    3- CDMA Workshop 3.x.x *** This is only tested on 3.x.x. and higher ***
    By older version only ESN can be repaired not pESNs

    4- ESN/MEID That you want to right.

    * NOTE
    Make sure that the blackberry is on the lowest possible OS. If it is not you can get a "Read Error" in Workshop and you will not be able to Repair your device

    * STEPS

    Step 1: Open Blackberry Desktop Manage
    Step 2: Verify that your Blackberry is on the lowest possible OS.
    Step 3: Open CDMA Workshop.
    Step 4: Connect to the Blackberry Com Port that pertains to your device. Example > If you notice you will have two ports for Blackberry. They will be called "RIM Virtual Ports" Mine are Com 2 & 3. You will always want to choose the highest one. So in my case I will choose "3"
    Step 5: After you are connected click on "Read", then go to the "Security" tab and depending on your Blackberry send the "SPC" to your device.

    if spc is correct " SPC is correct phone is unlocked " will be prompted

    Here are the locations for the SPC code if your BB is not Verizon.

    BlackBerry 8130:1060:1070
    BlackBerry 8330:1060:1070
    BlackBerry 8830:1060:1070
    BlackBerry 8703e:100D:1012

    Step 6: Go to MEID and click on "Read" then go to the drop down menu and select "Universal, Ram Method"
    Then choose scan:

    Blackberry Storm:

    0264 : 0269 Scan and save as scan1 or something similar.

    Then scan this location:

    17B0 : 17FD Scan and save as scan2 or something similar.

    Once the scan is done open both of them and take "scan2" and copy all the addresses and paste it right under the last address under "scan1". VERY IMPORTANT *** DO NOT LEAVE A SPACE UNDER THE LAST ADDRESS *** Go ahead an put the cursor and the end of the last number and hit delete to delete any line that maybe under. To test just hit the down key. If it doesn't go down to the next line then you're good.

    * Once you have combined the scans save it. Either as scan1 or something else. Just remember what you named it and where it's at.

    Now if it is not a BB Storm 1 scan with this location:

    1013 : 10D7

    you don't need to combine since it's just one scan. Remember none of this will work unless you are running the lowest OS for that model.

    Go ahead and save the scan after it's done.

    Step 7: Now put the MEID Hex that you want in the box. Example A1000005478893 Meid Hexadecimal
    go back to "Universal, Ram Method' and this time choose "Load". Then find either, the combined scan BB Storm 1, or the just one scan, any other BB. Keep in mind that this does not work for the Storm 2, 9530, or the 9630.



  • #2
    ESN address
    8130 ESN addresses:
    1013:2F38
    106C:CF60
    1070:F7B8
    1097: D47C
    1098:25CD
    10A5: D2F4
    10A6:4AE0
    10B4:20CE
    10B5:44A1


    MEID (pESN) addresses:
    1015:8430 - pESN
    109C:7804 - pESN
    109C:C9E5 - pESN
    10AA:864C - MEID
    10B8:CC70 - MEID
    10B8:B18B - pESN
    10B8:B48D - pESN
    10B9:F879 - MEID
    10B9:EF8B - pESN
    1071:5398 - MEID
    1071:4D10 - pESN
    109C:77B4 - pESN
    109C:C995 - pESN
    10AA:85FC - MEID
    10B8:C514 - MEID
    10B8:C525 - MEID
    10B8:AE39 - pESN
    10B8:B137 - pESN
    10B9:F825 - MEID
    10B8:CC70 - MEID
    10B8:B18B - pESN
    10B8:B48D - pESN
    10B9:F879 - MEID
    10B9:EF8B - pESN
    1071:5398 - MEID
    1071:4D10 - pESN
    109C:7170 - pESN
    109C:C351 - pESN
    10AA:707C - MEID
    10AA:E864 - pESN
    10B8:A98C - MEID
    10B8:A99D - MEID
    10B8:9BB8 - pESN
    10B9:E29D - MEID
    1071:5398 - MEID
    1071:4D10 - pESN
    1075:7668 - pESN
    109C:C9E5 - pESN
    10B8:CC70 - MEID
    10B8:B18B - pESN
    10B8: D88D - pESN
    10B9:F879 - MEID
    109C:C9E5 - pESN
    10B8:CC70 - MEID
    10B8:B18B - pESN
    10B8:B48D - pESN
    10B9:F879 - MEID
    10B9:EF8B - pESN
    1071:5398 - MEID
    1071:4D10 - pESN
    1071:48A4 - pESN
    1072:6D4C - pESN
    1072:75BC - pESN
    1075:7198 - pESN
    109C:7170 - pESN
    109C:C351 - pESN
    10AA:E864 - pESN
    10B8:A0CA - pESN
    10B9:E29D - pESN
    10B8:9BB8 - pESN
    1071:5398 - MEID
    1071:4D10 - pESN
    1075:74AC - pESN
    1075:7668 - pESN
    109C:C9E5 - pESN
    10B8:CE70 - MEID
    10B8:B18B - pESN
    10B8:BC8D - pESN
    10B9:F879 - MEID

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    • #3
      8330m
      8330m meid addresses

      MEID (pESN) addresses:
      1015:8430 - pESN
      1071:5398 - MEID
      1071:4D10 - pESN
      1071:4DE4 - pESN
      1072:721C - pESN
      1072:7A8C - pESN
      1075:7668 - pESN
      109C:7804 - pESN
      109C:C9E5 - pESN
      10AA:864C - MEID
      10AA:FE40 - pESN
      10B8:CE70 - MEID
      10B8:B18A - pESN
      10B8:B4A2 - pESN
      10B9:F879 - MEID

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      • #4
        8703e
        8703e ESn addresses

        ESN addresses:
        1005:86F4
        1005:B450
        1005:C864
        1010:5240
        1010:5314
        1012:0320
        1012:0B78
        1014:5004
        1015:76B0
        101F:F084
        1028:226D
        1015:75D4
        1012:0B78

        Blackberry 9530 Esn repair
        - Downgrade firmware to 4.7.0.65
        - Input the new MIED
        - Scan & save 0264:0269( text file 1 )
        - Scan & save 17B0:17FD( text file 2 )
        - Copy and paste text file 2 to text file 1
        - Hit save and write.
        Note: use universal ram methol to scan and write.


        7103e Esn Repair
        BB 7103e RAM scan 1000-1027 and found

        ESN addresses:
        1005:7934
        100C:6CE8
        100C:6DBC
        100D:296C
        100E:1DC8
        100E:2620
        1010:68A8
        1011:8F54
        101C:0928
        1023:F04D

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        • #5
          8330 esn address from different Firmwares

          ESN addresses:
          1015:8430
          109C:7170
          109C:C351
          10AA:E864
          10B8:9BB8
          10B8:A0CA
          10B9:E29D
          1071:48A4
          1074: D614
          1075:7198
          10B8:A0CA
          10B9:E29D
          1015:8100
          1075:1E94
          109C:1E6C
          109C:704D
          10AA:1D74
          10AA:9560
          10B8:4833
          10B8:4D35
          10B8:55FE
          10B8:560F
          10B9:8633
          10B9:8F21
          1015:8430
          1071:48A4
          1075:7198
          109C:7170
          109C:C351
          10AA:7078
          10AA:E864
          10B8:9B72
          10B9:E29D
          1015:8430
          1071:48A4
          1075:6FE0
          1075:719C
          109C:7174
          109C:C355
          10AA:707C
          10AA:E868
          10B8:9BAE
          10B9:E2A1
          1015:8430
          1071:4D10
          1075:744C
          1075:7608
          109C:77B4
          109C:C995
          10AA:85F8
          10AA:FDEC
          10B8:B137
          10B8:E639
          10B9:F825
          1015:8100
          1075:1E94
          109C:1E6C
          109C:704D
          10AA:1D74
          10AA:9560
          10B8:47F8
          10B9:8F21
          1015:8100
          1070:F59C
          1075:1E94
          109C:1E6C
          109C:704D
          10AA:1D74
          10AA:9560
          10B8:482E
          10B9:8F21
          1015:8430
          1071:48A4
          1072:6D4C
          1072:75BC
          1075:7198
          109C:7170
          109C:C351
          10AA:E864
          10B8:A0CA
          10B9:E29D
          10B8:9BB8
          1071:48A4
          1015:8430
          109C:7174
          109C:C355
          10AA:707C
          10AA:E868
          10B8:9BAE
          10B8:A97E
          10B8:A98F
          10B9:E2A1
          1015:8100
          1075:1CD8
          1075:1E94
          109C:1E6C
          109C:704D
          10AA:1D74
          10AA:9560
          10B8:4335
          10B8:4833
          10B9:8F21
          1015:8430
          109C:7170
          109C:C351
          10AA:7078
          10AA:E864
          10B8:9B97
          10B9:E29D
          1071:48A4
          1071:4978

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          • #6
            BB OS 4.5...175 and above have memory access restrictions
            since phones like 8230, 8530 and 9630 came out with that OS version already there's no known way to enable memory reading,
            and since there's no older versions hence no downgrade

            Beside these there are lot of issues in Blackberry Cdma like corrupted reg id
            leading to no spc access

            all can be resolved

            Some particular version of firmware not allows to access proper addresses need to be downgraded to only fixed versions etc...

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            • #7
              these are the 8330m version available

              8330mAMEA_PBr4.5.0_rel179_PL3.4.0.21_A4.5.0.127
              8330mAMEA_PBr4.5.0_rel188_PL3.4.0.25_A4.5.0.131
              8330mAMEA_PBr4.5.0_rel205_PL3.4.0.30_A4.5.0.138
              8330mAMEA_PBr4.5.0_rel253_PL3.4.0.41_A4.5.0.160
              8330mAMEA_PBr4.5.0_rel281_PL3.4.0.51_A4.5.0.169
              8330mAMEA_PBr4.5.0_rel293_PL3.4.0.55_A4.5.0.173
              8330mAMEA_PBr4.5.0_rel295_PL3.4.0.55_A4.5.0.175
              8330mAMEA_PBr4.5.0_rel311_PL3.4.0.59_A4.5.0.186

              but need to find .77 v that will do the job
              Loading... lets try ...
              as the ram is locked in 8330m yet not possible to downgrade
              First use MFI multiloader
              Nuke your phone
              when PIN becomes 00000000 Upload Software

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              • #8
                Normal Downgrade Prcedure:
                1. Install Desktop Manager (of course..)
                2. Uninstall any Previous BB OS Installs
                3. Install the BB OS Version you wish to downgrade to.
                  1. Download From Here for Sprint grab the 4.5.0.131
                4. Delete the Vendors.xml file located in C:/Program Files/Common Files/Research in Motion/AppLoader directory
                5. Start the BB Desktop Manager (always need this open when you want to work with your phone in any other program as well)
                6. It will prompt to downgrade the device, if not click Application Loader and then Start on the right.
                7. Let the program do its work and then you are downgraded.
                It is wise to wipe/nuke your phone before you change OS Versions. This will give you a much cleaner install, just remember to back up your data first of course!
                Wiping your phone with JL Commander
                1. Download It: [url="http://www.megaupload.com/?d=A8T34DIJ"][COLOR=#cd1a05][B]Link
                2. Connect your phone
                3. Run JL_Cmder.bat
                4. Specify your password if any is required to access the device.
                5. Select wipe by pressing 4
                6. Enter the phrase it tells you
                7. The phone will wipe and there will be no OS on it anymore.
                8. After the phone reboots you will see an icon of what looks like a window with an X through it and under that an error 507.
                9. With the phone connected to your computer, load Desktop Manager
                10. It will prompt you to install the OS on the phone.
                If your computer is not picking up the device after you wipe it, then try to turn it on and once it gets to the screen remove the battery with the phone still connected to the computer

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                • #9
                  Another great tool you can use with your blackberries is called which can assist you in wiping, upgrading, and downgrading as well.

                  read this first -

                  BlackBerry Master Control Program (MCP) is a power tool for BlackBerry devices designed for basic, moderate and advanced users.

                  You can use BlackBerry Master Control Program (MCP) to (Basic) take screenshots (including auto-capture and auto-save), set the device time, turn the radio/on off, recover memory, gather information, view/clear event logs, display modules, gather module information, create ALX/JAD files, backup and restore third party applications, (Advanced) handheld wipe (all 3 types), factory reset, load, save and erase modules. The Operating System Management page allows you to completely manage and optimize any OS you want to install on your device. The Javaloader CLI page offers a 1:1 GUI for javaloader.exe.

                  MCP allows you to keep
                  an unlimited number of OS's installed on your PC but at the time you actually install an OS to your device MCP only lets RIM's Application Loader "see" the OS you had selected inside MCP. Most OS 101 articles tell you to uninstall all other OS's from your PC before you begin the process. This is time consuming to say the least. MCP allows you to keep multiple BlackBerry OS's installed on your computer and keep them in their current (possibly optimized) state for later use at any time.

                  [url="http://www.4shared.com/file/XF5eD9Dr/BlackBerry_Master_Control_Prog.html"][B]Link

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                  • #10
                    Read this might help you

                    How to Calculate MEID DEC and P(ESN)[INDENT]For those of you that might be affarid that the calculators will all disapear

                    The MEID is a string of 14 hexadecimal digits and is comprised of a 56 bit word. The first 8 bits are reserved by TIA, the next 24 bits are the manufacturer identification, and the remaining 24 bits are the unit serial number. To obtain the value of the 56 bit word, one needs to take each string of four bits and convert it to its hexadecimal equivalent. As an Example: 1010 000 100 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 010 010 010 100 101 101 111 0010 =A10000009296F2 (hexadecimal).

                    The left of the number must be padded with zeros to create enough decimal places to complete the decimal number. The first part will always be 10 digits, and the last part will always be 8 digits.As an example, for hexadecimal MEID=A10000009296F2:
                    1. Take the first 8 digits and convert them . . . .
                    2. A1000000 hex is equal to 2701131776 decimal.
                    3. Take the last 6 digits and convert them . . . .
                    4. 9296F2 hex is equal to 09606898 decimal (note the padding of 1 zero to the left).
                    5. Concatenate the first 10 decimal digits in front of the last 8 decimal digits.
                    6. 270113177609606898 is the 18-digit decimal MEID.

                    This is how to get you're MEID DEC.

                    Now for (P)ESN Hex
                    You will use a Hash Calc.
                    1. Take A10000009296F2 and paste into you're SHA-1 hash calculator.
                    2. Calculate the HASH characters in this example A10000009296F2 = 2d0e6efea8f8082c9703cf6636c4a2195c75b7ed
                    3. Take the last 6 characters and place 80 in front of them = 8075b7ed
                    4. This is are (P)Esn Hex 0x8075B7ED

                    So
                    Binary= 1010 000 100 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 010 010 010 100 101 101 111 0010
                    MEID Hex = A10000009296F2
                    MEID Dec = 270113177609606898
                    P(ESN) Hex = 0x8075B7ED
                    P(ESN) Dec = 12807714797

                    thx @amoamre

                    and this one

                    I need convert ESN to MEID


                    You cannot convert ESN > MEID, but you can get a pseudoESN (pESN) from an MEID.

                    Page not found | TIA Online

                    An ESN type can be distinguished as a pseudo ESN (pESN) based on the first 8 bits ("manufacturer" code) as derived from the MEID using the SHA-1 algorithm to reduce a 56-bit MEID to a 24-bit ESN. The pESN codes are not unique, but will not match any UIMID or true ESN (tESN) because they have a unique manufacturer code of 0x80 (decimal 128).

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