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Default 28th October 2010, 11:21 PM

u need to dump the eeprom

either long way
ie remove tsop and read it then edit
or u can clone
also there is a dif between xm and sirius
xm i do belive is boardscan
and sirius is jtag

now clone work's just fine.. 1 paid sub multi user's

To hack
u need
a=ssid
b=rid
c=serial #
d=hash method
a good dump of unit
and then the proper editor's
linux is best for this task

before u ask me
please look in the linux fourm's
theres a wack of info on it

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Default 29th October 2010, 06:07 AM

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Is there anyone here interested in pursuing this?
Let's see... this thread has been read 32,734 times so far and who knows how many times http://id-discussions.com/forum/showthread.php?t=51417 has been read. Me thinks there might be a bit of interest in this.
  
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Default 30th October 2010, 05:44 AM

Well I am very curious to learn more about this. I have a Sirius SPR2 but don't know where to start. I bought this model because I am aware of one that has been wide open for over 3 years.
  
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Default S50 - 28th December 2012, 11:35 AM

I have a Sirius S50 that some how became permenatly activated. I have not paid for it in years. But the other day my battery ran down and after I boosted my truck back up, the radio never started again. Is there a way I can clone my ESN to another S50 to get sirius back. I be willing to share with a person who can tell me how.
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I have the fix, and its simple soldiered part
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Default I have the fix, and its simple soldiered part - 24th February 2013, 09:32 PM

Ok many of you have wondered forever it seems for the fix for this pinging of the Sat radios, ok its real simple, Sirius XM uses a ping pong kinda like a Sub pinging a boat to shoot at, ok so they "Sirius XM", ping you and they receive the pong, so my friends and I at the University love to listen to ours fav music, we took a few of these things apart and had they running on the scopes etc... Finally yesterday we found the problem, there is a simple jumper on board all the Sat radio's that needs to be soldiered over, so now when you have a trial version it never runs out ever, because they "Sirius XM", only gets to send you the ping which has all the radio you ever wanted, the pong never returns, so they "Sirius XM", never will know your listening.

So if you'd like our little fix ok, you can say I am full of beans you can say whatever you like, but this fix works great, and its too simple too do.

Let me know what you think, Sat Radio forever...

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Default 24th February 2013, 09:54 PM

i am game for this
  
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Default 25th February 2013, 01:29 PM

also too am I


ok more details

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Default 26th February 2013, 12:03 AM

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Ok many of you have wondered forever it seems for the fix for this pinging of the Sat radios, ok its real simple, Sirius XM uses a ping pong kinda like a Sub pinging a boat to shoot at, ok so they "Sirius XM", ping you and they receive the pong, so my friends and I at the University love to listen to ours fav music, we took a few of these things apart and had they running on the scopes etc... Finally yesterday we found the problem, there is a simple jumper on board all the Sat radio's that needs to be soldiered over, so now when you have a trial version it never runs out ever, because they "Sirius XM", only gets to send you the ping which has all the radio you ever wanted, the pong never returns, so they "Sirius XM", never will know your listening.

So if you'd like our little fix ok, you can say I am full of beans you can say whatever you like, but this fix works great, and its too simple too do.

Let me know what you think, Sat Radio forever...

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I'll call your BS...Sirius radio does not call back!

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Default 12th August 2013, 02:22 AM

I want to see what this mod is, can't you just post it?
  
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Default 12th August 2013, 10:27 PM

you know Tim289 go some where else with your ********....


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