Holy crap this can't be real!

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Bionic' started by altspeed, Aug 18, 2012.

  1. altspeed

    altspeed Active Member

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    E-Z unlock for S3 says it just unlocked/relocked my bionic guys. Due my encryption education from sargentmajord I don't believe it. Sam, Sarge, Timmy? How do we test it?

    HOLY CRAP! It says it locks and unlocks bionic! How do we test it? I DLed onto bionic and hit unlock, it asked, I granted SU. It said "are you sure?" I said, "Hellz to the yeah", it said "unlocked"....I clicked lock it said "are you sure?", I said "yes" it says "locked", this can't be real! how do we freakin' test it?
     
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    Unlock and boot into fastboot or whatever and look for lock state. If unlocked it will obviously say it hope it helps
     
  3. altspeed

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    LOL....looks like plain old fastboot to me, no lock state message. sam and i talked, I call utter BS like I suspected until someone proves it, rather see it debunked quickly and authoritatively....you guys know me, I was more than willing to brick my [crap] to check, like always.
     
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    Just so people understand WHY it can't work. S3 bootloader is NOTHING like the Bionic bootloader. If this were a RAZR unlock then we'd be talking. The s3 has a 1.5 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Processor. That has NOTHING AT ALL to do with the Ti OMAP processor that recent Moto phones use. So no, this couldn't have ever worked.
     
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    I just tried it also it says...that was easy and shows bootloader unlocked...weird must be a glitch in program.
     
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    Well, you gotta think they never expected anyone to be foolish enough to run it on a non-VZW S3, let alone a completely different phone altogether. LOL :)
     
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    Rebooted to clockwork recov fasboot and stock recovery and booted up fine definitely a glitch.
     
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    Also wanted to give you praise samurai you have dine sone amazing work for the android community.
     
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    Thanks. The glitch is that it probably doesn't have a lot of error checking in it. And what little it does have is most likely looking for how the S3 responds...not how a bionic would respond. :D
     
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    Yeah that makes perfect sense.
     
  11. altspeed

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    7.0 X ten to the 28th (a seven with 28 zeros) is the number of processor/years on a sequoyah class supercomputer to crack 128 bit encryption if you assume luck and throw worst case probabilities out the window. Seven sequoyahs for every human that has ever lived running a pentillion (billion squared) years. The moto has a 256 bit encryption bootloader. Moto releases a tool, a friendly ballsy developer at moto leaks a tool, or it NEVER happens.
     
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    That's assuming you believe that our retail versions CAN be unlocked in the first place. And give what I've read in the last couple days, I don't.
     
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    Would love to read what you are talking about. Do you have a web address or something?
     
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    There's not a compiled reading list for that, no. Search for OMAP e-fuse and you'll find enough of what you're looking for to realize why things aren't good for us Bionic users.
     
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    Lol i think ur math is off that fastest supercomputer on earth has a processor with 10.51 pentiflop an can do if lucky 1000 combinations a second so it would take it 1 billion billion yrs to crack the 128 bit encryption a 256 would take 10x56 yrs to crack lol an if every person had 10 of these supercomputers it would take 7x24 yrs to crack a 128 bit encryption
     
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