Question about Cell Phones
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
call your carrier. (at&t, verizon etc.) give them your imei number. you can find it under your phone battery on a sticker. it is 15 numbers long. call your carrier and give this code to a mobile customer care representative and they should give you a 8 digit subsidy unlock code. Then once you get your subsidy code power your phone off take the battery out along with the sim card, replace the battery but leave the sim card out and power the phone back on, then when it gets to the menu screen punch in #7465625*638* and after that last star put in the 8 digit subsidy code your carrier gave you and your phone should say network lock deactivated. hope this helps.
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