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samsung delve and blocked school computers? Answered


what it do world, im a newbie to this computer thing kinda, not really what i mean is s have finally graduated from point and download and just surfing around. now i want to learn script, and keylogging and wep but for now i will settle for the knowledge of how to unlock a alltel samsung delve so that i can put verizon wireless minutes on it i have read some of the posts here and alot of you guys are pretty good, if you could be of any help please do. also i have a friend who has aschool laptop and can not access this site and it would help her alot if you could tell me how to get passed that block. contact me at phenix203@live.com

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Re-design

8 years ago

Hey dude, your shift key must be broken. None of your sentences started with a capitol ((or al I can never remember) but at least I know I can't remember)). Your space bar is intermittent also. You should look into getting that fixed since believe it or not, there are some people on the internet and in life that will judge you by how you write and speak.

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CameronSSRe-design

Answer 8 years ago

*capital. Capitol always refers to the physical building, while capital refers to the head (since "head" is actually the root word) or most prominent of something, whether the most important city or the more prominent letter. Not trolling, just answering the question. :-)

The more you know...

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dkop1

8 years ago

Look for a program called ultrasurf. It can bypass most filtering used by schools. However, depending on how good your IT dept. is they may be able to trace it. You can also ping the IP of a website through command prompt, and use it's IP in the adress bar. This method works sometimes, but not at my school. My school is pretty tight on internet security. If somebody has a phone that works as a 3g hotspot, that is great to use to access internet from, since the school cannot put blocks on that. All of the methods here are legal, however they may be breaking the rules of your school. None of these can be used to hack (that I know of). They are simply so your friend can access instructables. I do not promote hacking in any way, but I strongly feel that most schools internet restrictions are ridiculous. I feel that they are, to some extent, depriving students of useful and safe information. (and entertainment, not that I would ever use these to play games...... )

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Kiteman

8 years ago

If you would like to PM me the website of your friend's school, and the name of the person in charge of the network or school laptops, I will be happy to contact them to persuade them to alter the filters to allow instructables through.

You will find, though, that nobody here will help anybody to bypass filters set by schools, collages or employers.

As for unlocking your Samsung, google is your friend, but most markets in the UK have at least one stall doing on-the-spot unlocking for a couple of pounds.

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rickharris

8 years ago

You seriously need a reality check young man at 24 you should be more responsible and able to understand and comply with the reason for limitations and restrictions.

If you find this hard the work place is going to be a very rocky place for you.

As for the rest see the IT manager if there is a problem that can be solved within the rules.

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frollard

8 years ago

I, nor anyone on the instructables community will aide you in learning to hack your school's network, or bypass its protections.

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AndyGadgetfrollard

Answer 8 years ago

 
Just a bit of advice - NEVER publish your e-mail address like that on a website as there are programs which look specifically for this (spam robots) and you will be bombarded with all sorts of junk.  I suggest you change this immediately.  Anyway, what's wrong with replies on the forum?