Get your IMEI code, call your provider for it's location. Advise that
you will be traveling out of the country and you need your phone
unlocked. As long as you are a customer in good standing and your bill
is up to date, you will be given an unlock code specific only to your
phone NOT any other phone of the same type.
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Hello thanks for using Fixya Type #*7337# or try this to hard reset *2767*3855# It will ask you to confirm, Press ok & if ask phone code then Default phone lock code for samsung if it did'not changed before then it is 00000000 (eight zero's) Note:
Remember one things hard reset will deletes all your messages, all
contacts, photos, notes etc in the phone memory.Your phone is like a new
phone. So better is first save all your data and then restore it
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Have you tried zeros? You can possibly try six zero's or even four zero's, depending on the limit of numbers the device will allow. However, if you manually changed the lock code, the default code will not work. Some handsets require the last four numbers of the # attached to the device. Give that a try too. I'm sorry your having trouble with your wireless carrier. Hope this information can be somewhat beneficial.