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    Default How common is the MEP4 lock?

    I've replied in a couple of unlocking related threads this week, and was wondering...how common is this "new" MEP4 locking that some carriers are using in addition to the regular MEP2 lock? If a carrier utilizes the MEP4, does it do so for their entire BB lineup, or, say just the "high end" models like the 9900, 9810, etc?
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    Hey Now... The MEP4 lock has become more common ( there can be up to 5 active locks on your BlackBerry ) and not just high end devices. Koodo ( part of Telus in Canada ) uses a MEP4 lock on their Curve 9300's for about a year now. Bell uses 2 locks on their Bold 9700's ( MEP2 and MEP4 ). But the MEP2 is still, by far the most active lock used by Canadian cell carriers. I hope this helps.
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    Thanks. I had heard about Bell and Telus, but was wondering if there were more carriers that did this.

    I did not know about the five locks, although I guess it makes sense now that I think about all those other options on the MEP screen.
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    Default How common is the MEP4 lock?

    Unlocked my 9900 with a free program found in these forums. Provides MEP2 and 4 codes. My 9900 with Bell only had the MEP2

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    Quote Originally Posted by inspector6 View Post
    Hey Now... The MEP4 lock has become more common ( there can be up to 5 active locks on your BlackBerry ) and not just high end devices. Koodo ( part of Telus in Canada ) uses a MEP4 lock on their Curve 9300's for about a year now. Bell uses 2 locks on their Bold 9700's ( MEP2 and MEP4 ). But the MEP2 is still, by far the most active lock used by Canadian cell carriers. I hope this helps.
    Yes, Koodo ( part of Telus in Canada ) uses a MEP4 lock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PD in T-DOT View Post
    My 9900 with Bell only had the MEP2
    So MEP2 and MEP4 for the 9700, but only MEP2 for the 9900? Interesting.
    Models and Supported Frequencies: Z10, Q10, Q5, Z30, Passport

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