Question about Cell Phones
No they don't default to something after non-use. But your service provider can force a reset. You will have to contact them to do so.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Phone Security code forgotton
Here you are:
Switch on your phone without a SIM card.
Usually you should use code number 7.
If it does not work, try code 1. Different codes work on different phones.
Remember that you only have 5 tries.
After that you have to leave it to a unlock shop.
To enter the code:
1. Push #
2. Push * 3 times in one second. (p will show)
3. Push * 4 times in one second.(w will show)
4. Push * 2 times in one second(+ will show)
5. Enter the code from below.
6. Push * 2 times in one second.(+ will show)
7. Enter the code number
Now a message like "Sim restriction off" should be displayed. That means your phone is now unlocked.
Your code's are:
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
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Look through the manual for your particular model of router. Contained within should be the IP (Internet protocol) address for your router. Input this address into your Internet browser to access your router's security settings. The address will typically be something like 192.168.1.1
Enter the default user name and password for the router, which should also be in the instruction manual. If you have lost the manual, you can often obtain an electronic copy online at the manufacturer's website. Most default router passwords are something along the lines of "username: admin," "password: admin." Thus, try inputting "admin" as both the username and the password if you are having trouble locating your manual.
Navigate to the "wireless security" option from the Options menu that will appear in your Internet browser. There you will find the network security code listed under the WEP settings. Write the code down and keep it in a safe place. You can change the code every month if you feel it necessary to prevent people from attaining access to your network through sheer luck and persistence. Default settings are:
IP adddress: 192.168.1.1
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