Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3m Cellular Phone
I found a Motorola Razor v3 phone. It seems to work but when I try to use the bluetooth and other features it asks for codes which I do not have. I tried the 1234 and the 000000 but it still says invalid code. I think the owner of the phone must have set their own pass codes. I was able to reset the master reset of the phone but still nothing. Is there anyway to reset this so I can use the phone and all of its features? unlock codes
I dont know a whole lot about the razr yet but i like to hack thing and get them to do interesting things
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there are two programs for download that allow you to unlock hidden/locked features on your phones.
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Posted on Oct 31, 2008
Don't bother trying to use a device that was likely reported as lost or stolen; more likely than not you wouldn't be able to. In good conscience you wouldn't want to use a device anyway that someone else would have to pay for, right? Eventually the phone will be rendered inactive, in which case you might be able to activate it on your own account, unless it is on a "negative file," in which case it's as good as a paperweight. Unless you sell it to a recycling program online, such as a so-called "buyback" program.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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