Hello guys, I have read and read, trying to have the phone all up and working. I have rooted, bootstrapped, flashed, etc.; been doing a whole lot of reading. But my problem comes when trying to configure the phone with my carrier's settings. I've noticed a lot of people having this problem, and lots got fixed by running a tool which creates an NV files and loads it via CDMA Workshop. I tried that, but the problem is that I have to edit certain fields with other strings which are by "default" on the NV hex file; and it just won't let me. My question is: Is there any way to "unlock" the NVRAM so I could edit the settings individually? Or maybe create an NV file with my carrier's information and then load it? I remember with my Droid 1, it accepted the settings perfectly fine in QPST. I would definitely appreciate if anyone could assist with this. Thanks.