"This is a video response to the video posted here: https://youtu.be/jddDwzA2pq0
The guy who posted the video keeps saying only one thing: the Siemens that he sells is completely changing its IMEI (with no restore option), while Samsung does not change its original IMEI. And he's right. But this dude just does not understand (or is hiding facts) that is not important whether the original IMEI is changed or not, being important only IMEI that the phone send to the network, and nothing else. Fact: on my XCell phone, IMEI change depends on several parameters, more than the ones that generate change IMEI on Siemens. Simple as that. XCell rules.
My XCell stealth phone will always keep its original IMEI, for legal purposes. This mean that you can any time restore original IMEI. Please note that in England (and probably many other countries), changing phone IMEI for good is prohibited by law. I can use my XCell stealth phone in a legal manner just because I can restore the original IMEI whenever I want.
As a short explanation, the IMEI that pops up on the phone screen when you dial *#06#, will be the same IMEI that the phone will use to connect to GSM network, and the same one that will be captured by an IMSI Catcher (in case you have enabled change IMEI function). The original IMEI will be kept on quarantine (inactive) until you will restore it by enabling "Stay original" function.
Any GSM Interceptor (IMSI Catcher) will capture IMEI off air and obviously not by dialing *#06# on the target phone. I hope that make sense for any of you.
You have to make difference between original IMEI (that is quarantined by the phone OS when you enable change IMEI function) and the IMEI sent by the phone to the network (and to the GSM Interceptors as well), which is a dynamic one and is not the same with the original IMEI.
One more thing: that dude is comparing a fake Samsung stealth stealth phone (that he probably sell as well) with a (he say) genuine Siemens stealth phone. Why doing that? Why comparing a totally different product with a fake one? Why compare his best selling product with a fake one? And what makes us confident that Siemens he sell is not a fake too, since he is having already a fake Samsung? Looks like a silly marketing strategy which raises legitimate questions regarding his competence in selling secure phones. And yes, why would you buy a secure phone from an GSM repair shop? Would you buy a racing car from a vehicle graveyard? Googling for JD Unlocking, I found out that is a simple repair shop. No joke.
Last but not least: I found some old ads on eBay saying that JD Unlocking is selling Samsung G600 stealth phone firmware. He sold fake Samsung stealth firmware few years ago as genuine stealth firmware, and just now is saying that Samsung stealth phones does not work? How comes that? What about people that bought the firmware or the phones from him, if now he say that are not working? And why trust him, now?
Please note that I do not sell stealth phones, software or related products. I'm just a simple stealth phone owner, using by chance a genuine XCell stealth phone, for two years so far. No problems whatsoever, unless you don't mind to use an old-fashioned phone (the positive reverse is that the phone go as unnoticed for untrained eye), even if the phone is unused. I believe that when it comes about security calls, the way that the phone looks is the last thing you are interested in. My phone has done a brilliant job in all these two years, which is why I found necessary to post this video."
The funny thing is that the conclusions reached by the person who posted this video are almost identical to ours. Here is how more and more people begin to be aware of counterfeit stealth phones.