Question about Samsung SGH-A800 Cellular Phone
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: samsung Sgh-t629 password
call your service provider or take it into the store. they should be able to help...but try this first..... when you start up the phone and it says enter password..disconect the battery...as fast as you can...it can only be disconnected for less than a second..so do it really really fast. like the snap of your fingers fast. most phones are easy to do it with. but after you disconnect it and reconnect it in the split second..it should power up by its self..and your phone should be turned on and passed the password. only tried it on motorolas...but it worked on all of them. remember disconnect and connect as fast as you can...hope it works for you!
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
I found this off another site. I have tested this withy my D807 and it works.
1. If you have changed your phone password, change your password back to the default 8 zeros (00000000).
1a. NOTE (Modification here by my experience): Goto SETTINGS, SECURITY, then SIM LOCK and disable this before proceeding.
2. Put a SIM card that is from a network other than the one your phone is locked to (I used a TMOBILE card from my buddy Darin)
3. When Incorrect SIM (I got invalid card and there was a sim card graphic spinning) error comes up, type *#9998*3323#.
4. White screen will appear with an exit option. Press the right softkey. (I ended up pushing the down key to get a menu)
5. From the menu that appears, select the Malloc Fail option. This will reboot the phone and the normal service screens will appear.
6. Type *0141# and then press the green call key. "Personalization" or "Personalized" will appear.
7. Turn off your phone and put the original SIM back in.
8. Turn on your phone. You will receive a prompt to enter a password.
9. Type 8 zeros (00000000) (This is because the SIM LOCK Mentioned earlier gets switched back on)
10. Completed. You have now unlocked your phone.
Easy as pie. Now you have an UNLOCKED Samsung D807 =) worked on my brand new 2 day old Samsung D807 phone.
Oh also guys I called Cingular (on hold for 1 hour with these losers) and they told me there is no way to SAVE phonebook contacts from the phone to your sim card. Now this really pisses me off. So I did some searching and found out that with the studio software from samsung you are able to edit and move contacts from your phone to the sim and back. Or copy from the phone and put them on the sim card. Just thought you all should know as there is no menu option on the phone.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
Because the new sim is probably not programmed or not programmed to the carrier you are using and the phone is locked to a carrier. You can only use a sim for a different carrier on an unlocked phone. If you are replacing a Sim for the same carrier - it has to be programmed before you can use it. The sim contains all your carrier and account info - not the phone. The phone can be locked to only accept programmed sims from the carrier that sold you the phone.
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
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