HelloOX by bugb is a simple way to hack Symbian on phones with firmware that resists the old HelloCarbide method. With HelloOX you can install unsigned programs and give yourself full access to Symbian's system folders on your phone, so you can customise the way your mobile phone looks and behaves in ways that are impossible on locked down systems.
You used to have to sign and install HelloOX together with MapDrives, and remove the mapped drives that it created by rebooting your phone. ROMPatcher was also installed by default, which could cause problems on some Feature Pack 2 phones.
But not anymore. Hacking your phone with HelloOX is now a simple process with just one program that does it all for you. Sign, install, run, ready.
• HelloOX on the Symbian Freak forum (login/signup required)
• HelloOX 1.03 with extended installation guide
• List of phones firmware versions that can be hacked fully or partially
• All Symbian hacks indexed
MARCH 3, 2009 UPDATE
You can now patch installserver.exe on new firmware too, so you can install programs without having to sign them first.
MARCH 16, 2009 UPDATE
There's a special version of HelloOX with ROMPatcher for the Nokia N96.
JULY 27, 2009 UPDATE
There's a new version of HelloOX. HelloOX2 opens up phones that Nokia tried to lock down.
AUGUST 19, 2009 UPDATE
Improved version of HelloOX2
Friday, 13 February 2009