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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: network lock
UNLOCKED MY SAMSUNG C417, BUT NOW I KEEP GETTING A MESSAGE THAT STATES NETWORK UNAVAILABLE, WAP DISCONNECTED. WHY AM I NOW GETTING THAT MESSAGE AND HOW DO I FIX IT?
Posted on Feb 13, 2008
SOURCE: network lock
If you knew it was locked then you should know that you will need to pay to have it unlocked - unless you are 100% SURE that code that you have "seen" will work for your particular phone (they are randomly generated by Samsung and apply to one phone - i.e. one particular IMEI - only).
Look at this webpage for more info.
You could, however, try the following (which, in mid-September last year, worked for one very happy punter!):
First there is the temporary followed by the permanent (BOTH required, in order)...
Temporary - Enter the following on the keypad:
Let it reboot (restart) and then it's ready for the permanent code:
Then press ENTER followed by
You can then enter *#7465625# to check the locks....all locks should be inactive.
Here are all the locks...
network lock - inactive
subset lock - inactive
sp lock - inactive
cp lock - inactive
sim lock - inactive
activa lock - inactive
phone lock - inactive
auto network - inactive
auto subset lock - inactive
auto sp lock - inactive
auto cp lock - inactive
auto sim lock - inactive
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
SOURCE: Phone Freeze Samsung SGH - A401
I have unlocked phones and i think the best way to get your phone unlocked depending on the provider is with a simple unlock code.
Ther are sites like unlocktotalk.com and lockpop.com that offer codes a a goo price.
Most solutions the do a hardware unlock on the phone and replace the firmware with an exploited firmware just have to many problems and are very hard to accomplish. You will brick your phone if your not careful.
Taking the phone to an experienced tech would be wise, considering the cost of a new phone or a repair to fix a screwed up phone.
As for what to do with your phone now, if you want some help explain what you have done and maybe it can be reverse by someone who knows how.
Posted on May 24, 2009
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