Question about AT&T BlackBerry Curve 8310 Cell Phone - Red
1, Download the Firmware, Drivers and Desktop Manager for your handset from Blackberry.com. The firmware will be for AT&T and the Desktop Manager without Automatic Updates.
2, Install the above and make a backup of the items you need from your phone.
3, Download and install MFIMultiloader
http://www.mediafire.com/?y2vmtmjhjmj and its other parts from http://www.mininova.org/tor/2125273
4, Delete vendors.xml from Program Files > Common Files > Research in motion > Apploader
5, Disconnect from the internet.
6, Plug in your phone and run MFI Multiloader, when it has finished your phone will display "1" and the MFI Multiloader will show "PASS"
7, Disconnect phone from PC and type START on the phone and you should get an error 507 message, with the phone failing to start.
8, Connect it backup to the PC and run Desktop Manager, goto Add/Remove applications and reinstall the phones firmware.
9, Once this is done the phone should be unlocked, it takes a while to startup, you can then restore whatever you backed up :)
Posted on May 09, 2009
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