BK from NT* Card

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Hi,

Is it possible to get the BK from an original NTHELL card? I have acquired a 4010 box with the original card (or can you get the BK from the engineers menu for this box?).

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ok if you can unlock the card m8.....

think you need to read some more of the tut's to get a bit more

understanding m8............
 

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Hey,

I'll check them out, just wanted confirmation that it was possible.

Thanks

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kimhthwy1958 said:
you'll need a t911 modded and apheonix programmer or similar m8 hope this helps
depends what's the version of the card. If it's not been in the feed for a while it might not need unlocking or it can be unlocked by software and pheonix programmer without the need of moded t911.
 

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testprn said:
Hi,
Is it possible to get the BK from an original NTHELL card? I have acquired a 4010 box with the original card (or can you get the BK from the engineers menu for this box?).
Thanks
TESTPRN
Don't rely on getting the BK off a card (rev a82 or B0C) especially if the subscription been cancelled on it
If this is just a one off box don't bother with a glitcher, just jtag the box to get the bk and then write either a Atmega or tit2 card .........
 

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Do you know what the card version is? If it's B0C then you'll def. need a t911 to open the card. If you're just doing a one off (and providing you can solder) it would be cheaper to buy a jtag to get the BK off a 4010
 

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The Card is BOC, looks like a t911 is the way to go.

thanks

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