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It all started When i clicked on the switch to NAM 2 mode. Then it said restarting and now all it says is initial programming needed. also when i click the ok button it says to enter the lock code but my regular lock code isnt workin and i already tried resetting it but it wont reset. My ph a samsung messanger

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    i have the same exact problem plz help

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    i have a samsung sway and this is driving me insane and i cant get anything from the damn website because everything has to be sent in a txt and i havent set my account completely up online

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Http://www.fixya.com/support/t1532515-changed_samsung_juke
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