Question about Kyocera Cell Phones
I purchased the phone used and have had it for 4 months. I apply $35 to it monthly with no problem. I put $30 on it today and it tells me I have no service. Its a Kyocera android version4.4.2 / mode # C6725 what do i do
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sony ericsson k800i
If its the phone lock code and you have forgotten it, only Sony Ericsson will be able to unlock the phones lock code. Have you tried the default code which is usually either '00000' or '00000000'? If you have changed it from original default, unfortunatley there is no master code available! It has to done by manufacturer.
If its your SIM pin that is unknown then make sure you have your mobile number and call your network provider for a PUK code. Once you have this enter any code and after 3 attempts it will lock sim and request PUK code. Enter this and it will prompt you to set new pin, and repeat to confirm. Done.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
locked code can read by a gadget like z3x samsung or nstpro ...and that gadget is found in a mobile care center near you ...but there is also a trick on that ,you did not spent even a single cents by doing this...
: power on unit (w/ or w/o sim)
: when enter lock code appear press end call, and SOS will appear
: dial 112 or any emergency number in your country
:when the operator speaks enter this number *2767*3855#
after that ,your phone will reboot and your phone lock is gone..
i hope it will help you ,thanks for trusting fixya
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
do a factory reset by turning your phone off then you hold the power button and volume down button together until you see a little android that means it factory reset
Posted on Jun 11, 2012
SOURCE: my service has worked fine for months and i had been using the 50 dollar a month unlimited prepaid plan. 2 weeks ago i changed my plan to the prepaid 30 a month 1500min/text plan instead to save a bit
Did you change phones? Sim cards? I am assuming you have the same phone, and they switched out the sim card (or maybe not?) when you changed plans.
Also, all 4G phones are also 3G and 2G phones, and they simply pick the best available. So if you lose 4G coverage, it will simply switch to the wider 3g network and when you're really remote, drop to 2G. This effects data speed primarily, there isn't any qualitative difference between them for voice and text.
It sounds like you might have something screwy with your sim card when the plan changed happened, I would call T-Mobile or visit a store and ask for a new sim card and be vocal about the poor reception after the plan change. Changing plans shouldn't normally effect reception, only changing phones/networks.
I myself experienced reception issues like yours, and the problem was a bad simcard. I'm sorry for the vague answers, but I think your best bet is to go to a T-Mobile store. They should replace the sim card free of charge.
Posted on Oct 20, 2012
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The Apple iPad 2 with Wi-Fi and 3G allows you to browse the Internet using a Wi-Fi connection or a cellular connection.
You can purchase an iPad with an internal Verizon 3G network card.
Verizon has several pay-as-you-go plans to choose from in order to activate their service. Verizon has 1 GB, 3 GB, 5GB and 10GB data plans with no contracts that can be activated within the iPad 2 device.
Power on your iPad.
Slide your finger across the iPad to unlock the device. Enter your passcode if applicable.
Tap "Settings," "Cellular Data," "View Account."
Enter your "First Name," "Last Name" and "Telephone Number."
Enter your email address and password. This creates an account on the Verizon network where you can view your data usage and make changes if applicable.
Tap one of the following plans: "1 GB data per month for $20," "3 GB data per month for $35," "5 GB data per month for $50" and "10 GB data per Month for $80."
Tap the applicable credit card for payment and billing. Credit cards available are the following: "Visa," "MasterCard," "Discover" and "Amex."
Enter your "Credit Card," "Name," "Expiration Date," "Security Code" and "Billing Address." Tap "Next" to continue.
Review the Terms of Service and tap "Agree."
Review Billing and credit card information and tap "Submit." Activation happens immediately and you can begin using your iPad via a cellular connection.
Hope this helps
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