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My Samsung r-410 nam has been switched to nam2 and it restarted its self and now it keeps saying initial programming needed and it keeps asking for a 4 digit lock code and i have entered everything and it is not working. I switched the NAM to NAM2 and now it is lock and won't ulock unless I have a 4 number code.

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Switch it back i have the same phone its so easy a baby can do it

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http://ars.samsung.com/customer/usa/jsp/faqs/faqs_view.jsp?isARS=Y&SITE_ID=22&AT_ID=87077&ARS_ID=9833651

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I can not guarantee this Punksk8er but, i did the same thing with my phone by switching the battery with my mother's and I ended up with the initial programming needed sign. This is how i fixed it...


Go to...
>Menu
Select the option...
>Settings
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>Phone Settings
Then Select the option...
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There you will see the options
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Mine was on NAM2 and i switched it to NAM1.
The system restarted and the error "initial Programing needed" went away.

I am no phone expert or anything so I don't really understand how it works but i hope this helps you out dude.

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