Anyone know how to enter cal/calibration mode?
Hey, I looked everywhere for the answer to my question but couldn't find one anywhere. I know there are a lot of threads on how to get out of cal mode, but I was wondering how to get into cal mode on a 9810. A possible answer was to use MFI but I don't care about unlocking it and I believe its not supported with the 9810's anyways. I know the MFI topic is probably off topic or whatever here so if there is another way to get into cal mode I'd greatly appreciate it.
- CrackBerry Genius
05-01-2012, 05:38 AM #3
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If this is what you mean, there is no way to calibrate the screen. And certainly not sure what you mean by MFI either. Either I'm not putting it together or there is no such thing.Cell Phone History:Motorola Bag phone > Motorola Star Tac gen1 > Motorola Star Tac gen 2 > Motorola Razr > BlackBerry Pearl(8110) > Iphone gen1 > BlackBerry Curve(8310 Red) > BlackBerry Torch(9800 Black) > BlackBerry Torch II(9810 Gunmetal Silver) > BlackBerry Bold 9900) > BlackBerry Z10(STL100-3 Black)
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MFI multiloader is a tool to unlock the older versions of bb's by software means instead of using a code. I'm not sure if thats what meant by cable unlocking or what, but it does exist. Basically I have a couple 9810's that have the same problem as the 9900/9930s. Red flashing led thats basically rebooting. I also had a couple of them in calibration mode where they had OS5 on them somehow so all I had to do was type "start" to enable java then reload OS7 on there. So I figured if I can get them into calibration mode, I can just load os7 from there since apploader fails at reconnecting at JVM (due to reboot) and BBSAK does not even recognize the device.
- 05-01-2012, 09:01 AM #5
if it doesnt recognise, pull out battery, plug phone into computer, attempt to load in apploader, then put battery back in with apploader still trying to connect. should work.
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Hey man, yeah I already tried that. The problem isn't apploader trying to recognize it, I can get it to start and by pressing "Next" when "PIN: Unknown" or whatever pops up for a second or so. Its just when it starts, it fails at reconnecting at jvm since the phone keeps restarting, I guess not a enough time for it to catch or something. I've tried leaving the battery in, leaving the battery out and then inserting battery with it says "waiting to initialize" or something like that that, still nothing.
Hey, so I finally managed to get a screenshot of this. I believe these two pics are showing calibration/cal mode on the 9810 and it says that the OS is 188.8.131.529. How is this possible? I'm trying to get the remaining 9810's I have to this screen so I can enable JAVA and reload the software from there. Anyone know how to get to this point?