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Re: Blackberry Locked Up
Looks like you either forgot your password or not typing the password in correctly. I have done that many times - I found when using the multiple character keybord i was typing the wrong character. Double check what you are actually typing in.
So, the message means the device will reset as in it will wipe all the data to standard settings after 6 attempts.
Just a protection system on BB's. Your device will perfectly fine once your device resets and you can enter a new password :o) but you will loose all the data like emails/txts/calender/notes from the device.
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Your question is not clear. Is this BlackBerry a regular using one or a new one. Did you try inserting different SIM to it. Does the same message gets displayed for all the SIM. I think your mobile must be locked to any particular network. That is why it displays invalid SIM when any new network SIM is inserted in it. You must find out to which network has your mobile been locked to. Then get the unlock code from www.Mobileunlocksolutions.com . You need not worry about the unlocking process. You can get the complete unlocking instructions from www.Mobileunlockguide.com for free.