Tip & How-To about BMW 535

Have you ever locked your car keys inside the car?


Well the solution come here : (this may work for all type of cars)


If you have remote control car lock system in your keychain (Very Common These Days), you are saved !

Just call some one at home at his/her cell phone and ask for the duplicate keys to someone at home.
Now, as usual the key chain of duplicate key would also be having the remote control, so ask the person at home to press the unlock key on the remote.
While the person press the unlock key hold your mobile phone about a 10-12 inches from the car door.
The unlock signal will travel on the cell phone network and your car will be unlocked !

Note: On some networks the trick may not work!

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