I have a Verizon 700wx phone all i wanted to know how do i reset the internet. before i use to go online it was dialing 777 it still does that but now theres some other numbers in front of it. i tried to manage the existing account and i didnt get that far. if you can tell me how to reset my internet, or i have to reset the phone to factory default to make the internet work or something thank you
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If you have a Motorola Droid, I'm assuming you're with Verizon. If you're with Verizon, the only instance where I could see you needing a code is if you have setup your Google account with their new 2-step account verification system. If that's the case, you'll need to log into your Google account online, https://www.google.com/accounts/ManageAccount, click on "Using 2-step verification", then click on "manage application specific passwords". There you'll create a password just for your Droid.
I think back years ago for what I paid for full landline phone service, dial-up for Internet, limited cell service and cable service.
Even though it feels like a lot of $$$, these days, I am getting so much more for my $$$ (not to say that it's inexpensive).
I have Verizon service, also and have the "works" with my Blackberry, including data and VZNavigator. But, I have dropped my landline service (really don't need it anymore) and do have cable service (I use Comcast) and Verizon DSL.
Altogether, I think I'm paying about the same as years ago with higher technology, portability and convenience.
My advice to you is this: really evaluate what you need, rather than what you want. Compare providers side by side with your needs in mind.
The phone's ESN is still associated with that other person. Verizon will generally have you wait until it expires (note: this could take months). There is nothing you can do on the phone itself to clear that out. Check with Verizon to see if they may be able to help or give you more info (like how long you'll have to wait). Call from a different phone so they can run the tests to that cell phone if needed.
access your account online and block all of those things in your plan options, or you can call verizon wireless and tell them all the things that you listed here and they will have your phone block them
Flashing a device is something the provider/manufacturer has to do. Some programs online will do it but these charge a fee as well. If you do not need the internet you should be able to call Verizon and have the phone unlocked so long as you have not breached your contract with the. This will allow you to use a Cricket SIM, assuming they use SIM cards.
delete the association that is currently in your z4 and completely reinstall the pair. if you have z4 manual it will show how to do it. Here is an excellent video on youtube on how it's done. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8blfYhM0CpU