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Tuesday, 11 November 2008

OYSOISC: Easy HelloCarbide/installserver combo to hack Symbian S60 3rd ed. Feature Pack 1 phones and avoid Symbian Signed

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There are many ways to hack Symbian and set your phone free. OYSOISC is the newest kid on the block. It's a Python wrapper around HelloCarbide (to hack Symbian) and a modified installserver, which lets you install any Symbian program without having to deal with certificates or Symbian Signed.

Installing of CapsOnOff (to toggle platform security) or ROMPatcher (to toggle platform security and do many other things) is optional and can be done after OYSOISC has added the modified installserver to your phone.

OYSOISC has the same limitations as the original HelloCarbide hack: it doesn't work if your phone has the latest, hackproof firmware.

In addition, OYSOISC only works on Symbian S60 3rd ed. Feature Pack 1 phones: Nokia 5700 XpressMusic, 6110 Navigator, 6120 classic, 6121 classic, 6124 classic, 6290, E51, E90, N76, N81, N81 8GB, N82, N95, N95-3 NAM, and N95 8GB.

You need to have Python installed to make OYSOISC work.

OYSOISC for Symbian S60 v3 Feature Pack 1 phones
OYSOISC for Symbian S60 v3 Feature Pack 1 phones at Mobile Castle
Python (required to run OYSOISC)
Symbian hacking methods for Symbian S60 (all feature packs) and Symbian UIQ
ROMPatcher (to toggle the Symbian locks, and much more)


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

What's the point in posting these 'news' hacks, when all they are is repackaged old hacks. People really need to know when a NEW hack is availalb efor latest FP2 phones or newer firmwares that Nokai blocked this hack from

H@ck€® said...

Not everyone has new hackproof firmware.

This repackaged old hack makes it easier for people with old, hackable firmware to hack their phones.

Anonymous said...

THis program does not hack E90 v300 firmware. Actualy nothing changed..

We are still chained to symbian lords!