Question about Sony Ericsson Z610i Cellular Phone
I bought z610i and I don't know how to lock it's keys. I thought it locks by pressing # and then the menu but it doesnt help. What should I do?
Okay, i understand that you have a Sony Ericsson Phone and hence would like to annotate to the above information that, you can lock the keys in these different ways:
1. Phone lock:
Protect your phone against
unauthorized use if it is stolen and the
SIM card is replaced. You can change
the phone lock code (0000) to any
four- to eight-digit personal code.
Automatic phone lock:
If the phone lock is set to automatic,
you do not need to enter your phone
lock code until a different SIM card is
inserted in the phone.
To set the phone lock:
1. Menu-->Settings -->the General tab
-->Security -->Locks -->Phone protection
-->Protection and select an alternative.
Enter the phone lock code -->OK.
2. Generally, the Sony Ericsson phones have the automatic keypad lock under the
General Tab--> Security...Check for that...
For more information on your phone, check for user guide of your phone
in the following website:
Hope this helped you....
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
If it is a flip phone, most flip phones dont offer the ability to lock the keys because they are thinking there isn't a need for that since the keys are hidden by the top of the phone, if it is a candybar phone usually the menu key and the * (star) key are used to lock and unlock your phones, if its a smart phone there may be some options in the settings. You didnt mention what brand your phone is based on the model number sounds like a samsung. you can go to samsungs website and research the model number and usually they have information on how to do everything you need with the phone. most cell phone carriers have this info too, you may have to dig threw the website a little though
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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