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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Restriction code for nokia 2630
hi im josh a mobile phone technician in cebu phils.may i help you? Friend your mobile phone is restricted in other sim rather than smart because the phone is set or locked to only one network wich is the SMART.in our term your phone is not openline. Friend to make your phone open line you need to go to SMART provider and ask to openline your phone.or you need to go to moble phone service center around you and they will do the job.i cant help you online coz it needs software and cable wires to do the unlocking.that would take a short time to unlock just about ten minutes so if you go you just wait your phone and donot leave it. thats all friend hope i helped you.good luck
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
SOURCE: I need a "Use manual"
You can download User manual for your Samsung Galaxy Ace Phone from here http://www.all-samsungphones.com/samsung-galaxy-ace-user-manual-download.html/
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Posted on Jun 30, 2011
I faced the same problem with my Samsung Ace S5830 that it keeps losing the network signal. I formatted the phone and still the same problem. I took the phone to the Samsung store and they opened the phone and cleaned it with some solution and i tried to use the phone for sometime and still the same. I was very frustrated with and unhappy with my phone as it is not even a month and it kept on losing the signal and sometimes would restart and would lose the battery charge. I tried doing this step( Settings>Wireless and Networks>Mobile Networks>Network Mode>Select either GSM or CDMA(Depends on the provider) By default, it would be selected as GSM/WCDMA(Auto Mode)
From Network Operators select the desired network and then restart the phone. Hope this would fix the problem.
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Posted on Aug 05, 2012
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