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Samsung Juke resetting: "Power Cycle" leaves phone useless STILL

I was advised to reset my phone to its original factory settings for music stuff, went to do it in options, and was told to enter "*228-SEND" after the phone's "power cycle" was complete. (This came up on the Juke screen). SO after entering my security code again, it started power cycling at noon. ("Verizon Wireless" logo blinking on and off, cant use phone). It's 9pm now and its still doing it, occasionally appearing to turn off completely. I need my phone and don't know what is going on HELP!! thanks

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  • Anonymous Feb 14, 2009

    Same problem only my juke won't turn on it just says verizon wireless on it.

  • Anonymous Apr 27, 2009

    IT wont even let me use my password... did yours still work?

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The default is always one of these code try them all the last four digits of the phonenumber last programmed in the phone aka your number or 9999,1234,4321,0000,1111 if none of those work you can go the retail store for a flash they hook it to the computer and push software to the phone to correct the issue it takes five mins and its free its a common issue for them to correct if you change your lock code from the default in the future always set up a dummy contact with it in there so that you can easily look it up also please vote for me I'm trying to work my way up to expert level and I cant without your vote please

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