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Yes, just type any password until your phone asking PUK code. PUK code is a unique number to unlock your phone if you forget your password. With puk code you can unlock motorola L6 from old password and you can setup new password, but please pay attention when you entering that code don't make mistake for many times. It will not make your motorola unlocked and your sim card also locked.
Try to go into your account and ask for a new password and type in your email address when they ask for it and they will send you a new password that will allow you to get back in to your email from there you can change your password again.
There will be a link in your email that you click on and it will take you strait to your account where you then have to type in the temporary password
Hope this helps.
Hi the problem you are having is due to you changing network all you now need to do is contact your new service provider and ask them to send you all the new settings to your phone ask them to send you interenet and all the mms settings, they will send you these for free but you will need to contact them and ask them to do this. once these are sent to your phone, they are sent via text message, your phone will then ask you to save these settings you just then ok it and it will then update your phone to the new correct settings.
let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
your SIM card is VOID meaning it does not work any longer. That means you must contact your service provider, and they will have to send you a new SIM card. This happened to me once before, and it was a pain. :-( Anyways I did'nt get charged for the new SIM card though.
Hope this what you were looking for, and next time just remember not to enter the PUK code too many times without knowing the code, contact your provider first hand. Hope this helps