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The term Subsidy Password is used by Motorola and other handset manufacturers to refer to the 8-digit (or 16-digit code for newer phones such as the Motorola K1) unlock code necessary to remove the operator lock (also known as subsidy lock) from cell phones. This code is randomly assigned to individual cell phones by the OEM on request of the mobile service operator and prevents the use of a particular phone on a cellular network other than that to which the phone was originally sold.
To get the Subsidy code You can reach here Mobileunlocksolutions.com enter the code correctly following the instructions below:
Warning : Do not enter any wrong unlock
codes on your Motorola W490 mobile phones. If you enter over a certain
amount of wrong unlock codes on your Motorola W490 mobile phone, your
phone may get hard locked and sometimes become unusable. 1 - Switch ON your Motorola W490 with a NOT ACCEPTED SIM Card,
2 - Phone will display "Enter Special Code",
3 - You can now enter the Unlock Code.
NOT ACCEPTED: We mean, to use a sim card from a network other than the network your Motorola W490 is locked to.
WARNING: If one of theses messages appear :
- "Contact Service Provider"
- "Tampert Alter"
- "Wait before enter special Code"
- "Contact Service'
The term Subsidy Password is used by Motorola and other handset manufacturers to refer to the 8-digit (or 16-digit code for newer phones such as the Motorola K1) unlock code necessary to remove the operator lock (also known as subsidy lock) from cell phones. You specified your phone is LG,LG Phone ask for Unlock code,but subsidy password request from a Motorola Phone,Ok you can get the Motorola Subsidy Password at Onlinegsmunlock and Unlock the Phone,You need to specify the network it locked now and Country,mobile Phone model....
When you place a new or a existing SIM card from another phone provider into your mobile phone and it asks for a Security code then :- This phone is locked to the original mobile phone provider. You need to contact this mobile provider to ask for the unlock code (security code) for this phone. You need to provide proof of ownership etc and the phone's unique IMEI number which is located inside the phone under the battery. They use this number to generate the unlock code for your phone. They should provide you with instructions on how to enter this code into the phone. Once you unlock the phone, then you can insert a new SIM card in this phone or sign up with another phone provider using this phone.
You could ring the phone provider and ask for the unlock security code because you are going overseas and wish to use your phone with a prepaid SIM card from another country. This maybe a free service. The other way to get your phone unlock is to use a phone unlocking company on the Internet, they usually charge a couple of Dollars for their services.Use Google and search for "Security unlocking code” companies in your area.
The subsidy password you are looking for is specific to your phone, you
cannot simply use a password that worked for somebody else. The best
way to avoid paying Cingular for this password is to unlock your Motorola V220 by downloading software that will circument the need for the subsidy password. This can be found at http://www.cell-unlock.com or at http://www.gsm-unlock.com/unlock/unlock-motorola.html (Cheaper)
A subsidy password is an unlock code. Phones are usually locked to the original carrier and a subsidy password must be entered to use a different carriers SIM card. Its safest to obtain this from the original carrier. There are a lot of websites out there that can help you inlock the phone as well. Just be careful. If the wrong unlock code or subsidy password is entered too many times the phone will be locked to the original carrier permanently.