I bought my K700 2 years ago and gave it to my mom when I migrated here in the US. She has a new phone now and sent me the K700. The phone is asking for a phone lock code after turning it on. I tried 1234 and 0000, but these didn't work. I asked my mom if she knows it, she said she didn't reset any code on the phone and neither did she use any.
I intend to use a t-mobile sim. The phone, when I bought it, was not locked to any network. By the way, I bought it in the Philippines.
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Personal Unlocking Key available ONLY from your service provider. You MUST speak with them,who ever they are. The Key is Free and so is the call ... call them. Try to guess it more than 10 times and you will permanently damage your telephone.
If she tried to use it in I-tunes under her account and not yours, then I-tunes will lock the phone as a precaution. You have to deathorize the device from your account so that she can authorize it on her account. Please note that all the music/apps will be lost because they are tied to your account. Hope this helps
This is not something that you can find easily.Every phone has a unique code.what you can do is take your phone to a local mobile repair shop where you can get it unlocked.Just tell them that it is a network locked phone and you want to get it unlocked. It is chargeable n not free.I bought mine from London and I gave Rs.800 (about 10 pounds). Good Luck.
I am having a simuler problem. I bought my Razr V3 the 1st week of Dec of 2004. in less than 3 weeks I started having problems. I live in Western Okla. and Dobbson is my provider. When I bought my V3 Dobbson said that there was no insurance that I could buy to protect it but, that they use a compainy that for $35 will advance exchange a phone while the broken 1 is being fixed. The compainy sent me my new phone back 17-Jan-06. phone worked great! For about 4-6weeks that is. I called the repair compainy again and they told me that my waranty had expired. So I lived with the trouble I was having(check SIM)for almost 1 year. I found that by putting paper between the SIM card wire retainer & SIM the problem was deminished. Around the 1st of 2007 the phone started having more problems. Locking up, screen going blank (white), & turning itself off. I contacted the Dobbson and they gave me a new repair compainy to contact. I sent my Razr to them expecting to receive the phone back in working order. They received my phone on 6 Feb 07 and they sent it back on 7 feb 07 for the reason that my phone was out of warrenty. I went to motorola.com and put in my phones ID # and was told that the warrenty had expired on 2 Feb 07. Later I found out that the 1st and 2nd repair compainy were both the same compainy. The same compainy that had told me my phone was out of warrenty approximently 1 year earlyer. I have sent a letter to Motorola about this problem and that was over 2 weeks ago and havent heard anything from them (motorola). I also called the repair compainy and after not receaving any help from the lady that answered the phone so I ask to speak to the supervisor. I was transfer to the supervisors voice mail, so I left a message. And of course I have not received any communication from that supervisor eather. Don't know what else to do. Anybody haveing simuler problems? What did you do?