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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1-Remove sim card and tap emergency or From the standby screen
2-Select Dialing Button
3-Dial "3845#*500#" (you will then be in the engineering menu)
Your password should now be removed.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
Make sure the phone is on so that you can enter the appropriate code. The unlock code is *#865625#.
The phone needs to be on for you to enter the appropriate code. You will need to keep the SIM card in the phone so that it recognizes the phone's unlock code. Enter *#865625#. The screen will then ask you if you want to continue. Select yes.
You need to enter the code a second time. So basically, just repeat the first steps mentioned to enter the unlock code given above. Once the code has been entered a second time the screen should read that the 'Network Unlock is Deactivated'. The code and the unlock work for the GSM network, meaning that if you want to use the phone with a different service provider you are now able to.
Sometimes one does not want to unlock the phone for GSM network use, but because the keypad is locked. If you have locked the keypad and this is what you want to unlock try the last four digits of the phone number. This is often the default code for the number pad. If that number is unsuccessful consider what you might have personally used as a four digit pin. Most of us use the same number that belongs to our ATM or other device that requires a four digit pin.
If the code provided in the first steps is not the correct one, you may want to look for a sixteen digit code on the back of your phone. It may be on the battery or just behind the battery. It tends to look like a barcode. Sometimes companies use this code as the locking mechanism for the GSM network. Tolearn more you can see our unlock-any-lg
Posted on Apr 17, 2012
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