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resetting the lock code is usually as easy as calling your carriers customer service i have had this happen to me because my 3 year old was playing with my phone and put his own lock code in. what they will have you do will not erase anything that you have on the phone and if they try to say it will then ask for another representative because then they dont what they are talking about.
Even though the Samsung X830 does offer Java support, one can't download and install new Java applications on the phone - only the pre-installed Java applications will work on the phone. It is therefore (because MXit is a Java application) unfortunately not possible to make a version of MXit for the Samsung X830.
Samsung South Africa have updated their website and now no longer list Java support as one of the X830's features (previously incorrectly listed). This further confirms that the Samsung X830 doesn't offer Java support: