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PIN 2 code is not a handset dependent, for you to get the Pin2 code of your handset try calling your Network Service Provider because that code is encrypted on your USIM or SIM card. 1234 is the default PIN and PIN2 code.
With that, it will not charge you, That is just the indicator that you do have EGPRS signal in your location. With Samsung handset, if your USIM or SIMCARD is activated for GPRS/EDGE/3G/HSPA it is not possible to remove the Signal indicator. Even if you will delete all the configuration settings in your handset.
- First check if your phone is charging at all when plugged in. - Switch the phone off and on (obviously not if it's switched off) - Take out the battery, put it back in (making sure it's charged), and try again - Take out the memory card (and restart) - If you can, check the memory card for errors. - Take out the usim and check what happens when you restart the phone without it. - If you can, check the usim in another 3usim-compatible phone.
With every step, make sure the contacts (sim/mem/batt) aren't covered in dust
If it's still not starting up, give the customer service centre and they should be able to help you further
Fixed:) Ok so I bought 2 extension handsets from different people off of Ebay, both new. First one wouldnt register or would say incorrect pin (0000). So I tried the second one, same thing. Here is what I did: When attempting registering, make sure the handset is physically on top of the main base station, IE charging. Start the registration process on the handset and press-hold (dont let go) the locate handset button instead of press and hold for 3 seconds (like the manual says to). If that didnt work, I removed the batteries and tried pressing and holding the same button for 3 seconds, then release. Wait 10 seconds, then press and hold for 3 seconds. Repeat. If the handset timed out and went back to the main unregistered instruction screen. I took the batteries out and tried again. It was a bit of trial and error but each cycle I removed the batteries to reset the handset. First extension handset took 20 minutes of head scratching, the second 2 minutes. Hope this helps someone. The build and sound quality on these units are great, the tech support....not so much.