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Are you too old to hear this? Try the “Silent Ringtone”

In GSM on June 19, 2007 at 8:53 am

I heard about this on the radio today: a “silent ringtone” which apparantly only the under 30’s can hear. It’s supposed to sound like a very high pitched phone ringing noise (personally, I can’t hear the phone ringing, but I can hear an awful high pitched noise!).

This “ringtone” is used as a deterrent to unwanted youth presence in places such as car parks and shopping centres in the UK.

You can download and listen to it for free here:

Download the “Silent Ringtone” (MP3 Format)

I’m told this may be a good ringtone for those in school who don’t want their teachers to know they have a phone in class! Let me know what (if anything) you can hear.

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Free online unlocking and security mastercodes on site!

In Announcements, GSM, Tools on March 28, 2007 at 4:35 am

Now you can unlock your Nokia handset for free here on Kunoichi.info! Also, if you hve lost/forgotten your Nokia security code, you can generate a Master Code online to get you up and running again.

Unlock/Security Mastercodes found here

I will post more links and tools in this section shortly. Hope you enjoy these free tools 😉

Unlocking Nokia 6630/6680/N-Series etc.

In GSM on February 20, 2007 at 4:50 pm

EDIT: Some BB5/N-series handsets can now be unlocked using free software. Read the full article here!

I’ve had many queries asking how to unlock these handsets, so after doing a bit of research I’ve decided to post what I know about it.
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Download free applications, games, music and more for your mobile phone

In GSM, Information, Internet on February 17, 2007 at 11:02 am

Mobango is the best site I have yet found for free mobile applications, games, music, videos, etc.
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Nokia N80 SMS/Slow Menus Fix

In GSM on November 1, 2006 at 10:15 am

Just a quick note for any of you out there experiencing problems with the Nokia N80 handset. Although it is a great phone, many N80 owners find the menus to be slow, and SMS sending to be ridiculously slow! This is actually a software problem (despite these pesky operators who tell you it is a network problem!!), and thankfully Nokia have released a patch which you can download here:

N80 Software Patch

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Free unlocking software for your mobile phone

In GSM on October 27, 2006 at 9:52 am

Why pay someone else to unlock your mobile phone when you can do it yourself for free? Here are a few links to some free unlock software available online.
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Now you can encrypt your sms!

In Cryptography, GSM, Privacy on September 14, 2006 at 1:27 pm

We all know it can be important to encrypt your private communications. Now you can even encrypt your private sms messages!
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Download the Hacker’s Guide to GSM Phones

In GSM, Hacking on August 31, 2006 at 12:40 pm

The Hacker’s Guide to GSM Phones by protonigger is a great read for those interested in exploiting GSM technology. Although quite dated now, it gives a great overview of GSM technology, including information about sim cards and an explaination of how mobile phones actually work.
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Send “Masked” SMS!

In GSM on June 27, 2006 at 12:48 pm

Masked SMS can appear to come from any sender, in alphanumerical form (e.g: 666, 555555555, 1234567890, “Kunoichi” or “kun01c4i”), and can be quite useful for pranks, or if you want replies to be sent to your own phone.
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How to “Unlock” Mobile Phones

In GSM, Hacking on May 30, 2006 at 12:42 pm

Most mobile phone handsets are “locked” to a particular network. That is, they are programmed only to work with the sim card they were originaly sold with. This can be frustratin if you wish to change your service provider! Of course, there are many retail outlets who can “unlock” your handset to accept all sim cards for a fee. But it is usually cheaper (and more useful) to be able to do this for yourelf!
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