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Motorola V120 c

I have just bought a V120c and need to reprogram to a different phone number, the instructions I received with the phone were: first to call cricket to activate, then-to program new number hit very fast the following keys in order MENU 073887*, enter security code "*****",scroll down to user activation and hit select, select NAM1,then enter new number. Ihave tried this several times and several different ways, I get ,no short cut available, or get nothing, can you HELP????? I have already paid for activation.

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I have the same problem- Yesterday I bought my second hand and the phone number wasnt programmed into the phone either. Try doing it like this 74663# press menu and press menu again it should bring up the user activation

Posted on Mar 10, 2008

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