Windows Mobile 6 for S621

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Following up my article on "HTC S621 (HTC Excalibur) - available from Rogers", I picked a unit up today.

And to my surprise, it was SIM unlocked. I put in my Fido card and it worked like a charm.

On another note, T-Mobile has leaked Windows Mobile 6 and it is possible to install it on Rogers S621. While I take no responsibility, if you brick your phone, the details are as follows:

1. CID unlock your device. I used They work fast and reliable, best $40 spent.

2. Download the ROM -

3. Follow the instructions at:

One difference from the above list I had, when I ran the unlocker for the last time, the phone went to white screen, but the unlock failed. Right after that, I re-run the dash unlocker and voila, it is all good now :)

Time to play with my WM6 Smartphone...

Posted 5/3/2007 3:00:00 AM @ 22:11:00 | Smartphones/Pocket PC


Update: T-Mobile released the official ROM at

The file is identical to leaked ROM, so either use this or above link.

Posted by Sems on 5/4/2007 3:00:00 AM

i got rogers htc s621. i just wana app unlock. if some one can help me please.any help is really appreciated!!!
if i can unlock both sim and application thats gona be great!!

Posted by jeet (email) on 5/30/2007 3:00:00 AM

Unless Rogers has changed sth in last few weeks, their S621 is SIM unlocked (I used it with a Fido SIM, right after I bought the unit.

As for application unlocking the unit, I used the following steps:

1. Run HTC Unlock.
2. Run SDAUnlock
3. Run HTC Unlock one last time.

This proved to be fully app unlocking the unit. The files are at:


Posted by Sems on 5/31/2007 3:00:00 AM

I can't get the links above to work.
I've tried downloading off T-Mobiles site but your need a valid T-Mobile number to get in.

Does anyone have a link to the working download?

Posted by kevin (email) on 8/24/2007 3:00:00 AM

Just tried the Rapidshare link, worked like a charm.

Posted by Sems on 8/24/2007 3:00:00 AM

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