I have received three accessorory items for my new Motorola i phone, but items are wrong.
The i phone sold in Britain is the Model XT890, which I have. Items despatched and received, are for Model XT912 ??
My order number is 82532 / depatch note.
I want replacement as ordered, and to return wrong items.
Thankyou, Mr. Malcolm James.
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We can't help you with problems like this. We only provide information. You need to contact eBay or whomever you sold it through. If the buyer has closed the case, you have to assume they are happy. They may have THOUGHT they got the wrong item and then decided they did and are happy with the sale.
It may also be that they were trying to scam YOU by saying they got something else and thought better of it. You can report the phone you sold as stolen and have it permanently locked. They may have thought of this.
If he is the only one not receiving your messages, it could be you are on the block list or black list of his phone. If other people don't receive messages, it could be your provider is blocking you. Why? You have to ask the provider. Could be something is wrong with your phone, or something with paying your bill. we only can guess for the reason. Just try texting someone close to you. If this person receives your message, nothing is wrong with your phone or provider.
The term Subsidy Password is used by Motorola and other handset manufacturers to refer to the 8-digit (or 16-digit code for newer phones such as the Motorola K1) unlock code necessary to remove the operator lock (also known as subsidy lock) from cell phones. This code is randomly assigned to individual cell phones by the OEM on request of the mobile service operator and prevents the use of a particular phone on a cellular network other than that to which the phone was originally sold.
To get the Subsidy code You can reach here Mobileunlocksolutions.com enter the code correctly following the instructions below:
Warning : Do not enter any wrong unlock
codes on your Motorola W490 mobile phones. If you enter over a certain
amount of wrong unlock codes on your Motorola W490 mobile phone, your
phone may get hard locked and sometimes become unusable. 1 - Switch ON your Motorola W490 with a NOT ACCEPTED SIM Card,
2 - Phone will display "Enter Special Code",
3 - You can now enter the Unlock Code.
NOT ACCEPTED: We mean, to use a sim card from a network other than the network your Motorola W490 is locked to.
WARNING: If one of theses messages appear :
- "Contact Service Provider"
- "Tampert Alter"
- "Wait before enter special Code"
- "Contact Service'
If you can't get it to connect without trying to send something, then go to the item you want to send, and try to get them hooked up that way. You'll have to search for them, but hopefully it will work.
I had a Razr and it did this to us too and it would work for my sister and I this way.
Oh yes, I've had this problem before too. It's a service provider block. They make it so that you cannot send files to other phones so that they can make more money.
Some service providers do it, some don't.