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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: changed nam1 to nam2 on
Well by now you probably already solved this problem. This is for future references of anyone else who come across this. The steps are easy and simple.
1st, dial #43574357*
2nd, u should be at a device info menu. select system info.
3rd, your password is the last 4 digits of your MDN number.
now u can access your phone and change back to NAM1
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
SOURCE: cant unlock my phone
If you know your original lock code, take it in to your service provider, each code is diffrent and can only be programed manually, if you dont know your original lock code you will have to sacrific all info pics,mess,numbers, etc. by a reset... I can guide you through the steps to erase all if you lost your Unlock code, or switch back to nam1 if you know your lock code, ( when you switch back, if security is on automatic lock, password is required) intial programing code is not your Unlock code.
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
SOURCE: lock code for nam2 settings
Ok i sent an email to sumsung and i got this response
Thank you for your email. If you switched the NAM to NAM2 you will need to calculate the code. Listed below are the steps on how to do so:
1.Obtain the Hexadecimal ESN of the phone. The ESN should be printed on the sticker on the back of the phone, under the battery. The Hexadecimal ESN is the one with letters and numbers.
2.Open Windows calculator by going to Start -> Run -> type in "calc", then click OK
In the Calculator, click "View" then "Scientific".
3.Click on Hex and type in the Hex ESN
4.Click on Dec for the decimal conversion and use the last four digits for the code on the handset
5.Once the code is entered and the menu can be accessed, switch the NAM to NAM1
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
Dial *22899 and press SEND to program the phone.
after it has finished downloading the programming information, the phone will reset.
The Lock code will now be set to the last 4 digits of your phone number.
when you have finished, be sure to switch back to NAM1 and dial *22899 again to re-program it.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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