With ATT sim in phone, Power on & wait to initialize.
Then, press & hold the green key until the
"Enter Pin Screen".
Then, press red button 5 times until the exit is
Then press & hold the phonebook key til the
"unlock code screen". Press the phonebook key once then.
To enter the code you use the green & red keys to scroll
to the proper numbers to enter 6 digit code.
You scroll to the proper number and press the phonebook
key at the number you select until the entire code is entered.
Once done, you will scroll to the "done" and
press the phonebook key once.
Call AT&T at 1800-331-0500. Go To Technical. ask for unlock code for your phone. they will ask for the ime number. After they give you code ask for instructions on how to unlock. Be prepared to write down instructions because they won't send them to you.
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If you did not change the passcode you might try 1111 which is a standard passcode. If someone put a different passcode in, you are going to have problems. I am not familiar with your cellphone, but let me know if this works. Passcodes are usually hard to locate just for the reason they are placed on the phone. Let me know if this works for you. If so, please leave feedback for me. Viking
Your old Toshiba laptop most likely does not have a firefly port.
The only way to use your firefly device on the Toshibe is to purchase a firefly PCMCIA adapter card and plug it into the Toshiba's PCMCIA slot and install the card driver.
Please click on this link for details and prices for this adapter :- http://www.firewire-1394.com/cards-firewire-laptop-notebook-cardbus.htm
I am facing the same issue and does not seem to be a locking problem and firefly customer care has confirmed their phones are not network locked. However I did notice the issue could be due to different sim designs. The firefly sim design (the gold printed circuit at the back) seems to be larger than the airtel sim that I am trying to use on the firefly phone. I am planning to check with airtel if they can provide a sim of a different design.
What operating system are you using? Should work with XP and Vista. Go to windows explorer and click on C drive, click photos folder, select required photo, click and drag icon to the Firefly icon and release mouse button. File should be copied to jump drive.
1. is the firefly working on other computers?
2. are you trying to use it in corporate computer? plugging usb devices may be restricted by a network administrator to protect corporate data.
3. is your usb adapter working. have you tried to plug another usb device to the same usb port?
4. how old is your system.? your system may be using usb 1.1 and your firefly may be using 2.0.. if that's the case you may have problems using your device in the that computer.
5. check your bios to make sure usb support is enabled in *********** board.
6, are you able to see your removable storage device (firefly) in My computer? if you do. what message do you get when double clicking in the icon to go into your device.
Get to know the sister cars. The Suzuki Swift is almost completely identical to the Geo Metro and the Pontiac Firefly: the only differences were that the Metro and the Firefly were available in sedan form and the Swift wasn't. Also, no changes were made to any of these cars between 1995 and 1997. If you look for parts for any of these cars they will work.
Vehicles mentioned: 1995, 1996, 1997 Suzuki Swift 1995, 1996, 1997 Geo Metro 2/3dr 1995, 1996, 1997 Pontiac Firefly 2/3dr
In addition the only things that changed after 1997 were the bumpers and front turn signals (and that the Metro became a Chevy) so taillights for later Swifts/Metros/Fireflies should work as well.