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Here is a site that shows how to do this:

http://freeiphoner.com/att-blackberry-8800-sim-card-installation/

Posted on Jan 26, 2009

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IT SAY SIM LOCK AND ASKING THE CODE


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THIS IS THE TEMP UNLOCK CODE FOR A SAMSUNG PHONE
Do this at your own risk:
Instructions
Press *#06# and write down your IMEI
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Code 1: *2767*688 then your IMEI and then press #
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5. Now at your idle screen type in Code 2 (*0141#) and hit the call button.
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[/b]Instructions[/b]
Press *#06# and write down your IMEI
Unlock Codes
Code 1: *2767*688 then your IMEI and then press #
For example *2767*688352708000828246# (Everything before the / for C225)
Code 2: *0141#
Code 3: 00000000 (8 zero's)
Entering the Codes
1. Switch your phone off. Remove the original SIM card 2. Insert another SIM card from an alternative network. Power up your
phone. You should now see the "Wrong Card" message. 3. Type Code 1 into your phone, if this is entered correctly your
phone screen should now turn black and reboot itself. (C225 doesn't go
black but does reboot) 4. After the phone reboots the SIM card will be recognized and your
SIM will work. Be patient while your phone reboots and DO NOT press
any keys. At this point the phone is "Temporarily" unlocked. 5. Now at your idle screen type in Code 2 (*0141#) and hit the call button.
This should give you a message saying the phone is "Personalized". 6. Power off the phone and insert the original SIM, then power up.

7. At the SIM code prompt, it will ask you to enter a password. At
this stage enter Code 3.

8. After entering hit "OK" and your phone should complete initialization.

Your phone is now Permanently unlocked.

Another easy way is you put in a foreign sim put in the code *2767*2878# much easier and works just the same.


*2767*688 <your IMEI number>

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  • Enter PUK: These errors can occur if you have entered your SIM PIN three times incorrectly. If you receive this error message, please contact Customer Service for a PIN Unblocking Key (PUK) to restore access to your phone.
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