Question about Cell Phones
For that you need certain software like netquin and also need to hack it.or simply get a permission from ur network to make it a private number.
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Sep 24, 2012 | Samsung Galaxy Cell Phones
Feb 13, 2012 | LG Cell Phones
NCK = Network lock
SPCK = Service provider corporate lock
SPK = Service provider lock
Code formats you may receive for Sony Ericsson models:
Wherever possible we'll try and send you just a single unlocking code to unlock your Sony Ericsson.
However for certain models we may need to send you more than one code, even if you don't use them all.
It would be a sting of codes as per this example:
CCK: 0984118391686835 or 0984118391686835
ESCK: 0000000000000000 or 0000000000000000
NCK: 4176979876474847 or 4176979876474847
NSCK: 3908320398047435 or 3908320398047435
PCK: 2061751224321908 or 2061751224321908
SPCK: 9960493992337231 or 9960493992337231
Note: The NCK (Network unlocking code) is the main and usually the only one you'll need.
- If you see the message 'NCK: (0)' or 'Not Allowed', this means the phone is hard-locked. The phone cannot be unlocked because there has been more than 5 wrong unlock attempts.
- If your Sony Ericsson has a Joystick, then you must press the DOWN Arrow instead of the LEFT Arrow. DOWN Arrow meaning Joystick downwards
May 30, 2011 | Sony Ericsson Cell Phones
You will need your IMEI
number, this can either be obtained by typing *#06# into your phone or
else can be found on the white label under the battery of your phone.
Your phone model, if your the
kinda person who doesn't know their phone model then you probably
shouldn't be doing this.
The name of the network your
phone is locked to.
Then you'll need to download one
of the following pieces of software, or possibly more than one. I would
personally recomend the top one, the others are becoming a little dated.
After feeding the data into one of the calculators they will generate a sequence of numbers that look something like:
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