Dagentooboy of XDA-Developers has stumbled upon the codes which are used to unlock the Samsung Galaxy S, and they are stored within a .BAK file on the handset itself. These codes are a snap to find, that all you require would be a hex editor and key the code right in whenever you insert a new SIM card. Those who have tried it claimed that both the Captivate and Vibrant were unlocked in under five minutes. Not only that, the T-Mobile version, the Vibrant, could run on AT&T’s 3G network using an AT&T SIM card. Best of all is, there is no need to root the device, and you can even re-lock the handset with said code. Could this seeming oversight be an Easter Egg that a mischevious Samsung employee decided to throw in?