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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I forgot unlock code
This worked for me Thank Oxzgen from omgili.com
OK... This is a little confusing and I didn't think it up (I wrote the part about HashCalc to adapt this method to the Juke). Here it goes:
Theres a number on the back of the phone: its 14 characters long... This is a MEID Hex code. It's not in the format you need to unlock your phone; you want ESN Hex which is 8 characters long. You need HashCalc (Free Program! Google it!) to convert it to ESN.
Pre.1) Open HashCalc
1) Set the [Data Format] (Drop-down box option at the top)
2) So you enter the 14 character code in the [Data] box.
3) Then make sure the box is checked next to the [SHA-1].
4) Then click [Calculate] at the bottom of the program.
5) Take the last 6 digits of the SHA-1 code.
6) Add 80 to the front of the code.
ie. Say the code was: 9a00297d20c0ef27c7afad981abbbad417045a64
Take the last 6 characters = 045a64
Add 80 to the front = 80045a64
This is the ESN Hex code I was talking about.
Now to convert the ESN Hex to your unlock code. I didn't make this part up...
7) Open your Windows Calculator (Sorry Mac Users!).
It's in Start Menu > All Programs > Accessories > Calculator
8) Set the calculator to Scientific Mode (in the view menu).
9) Then click the circle next to Hex to change to Hex mode.
10) Make sure your Hex mode is Qword (to the right of the Hex option)
11) Enter the 80****** code you created.
12) Change from Hex to Dec without clicking [=] or any other key.
13) The Lock Code is the last 4 digits of the Dec number.
Thats it! Theres your code. It worked with my Juke!
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
SOURCE: Can't unlock Samsung Hue?
samsung hue r500 and having problem when accidentally or curiously selected nam2.. after it powers off then on again by itself, it brings u to a little window (initial programming needed) and the enter code (password). as you will notice none of your 4 digit passwords will work, default wont work, u have to push the back or end call button to get away from the enter code window. enter ##626# and hit send button. it will bring u to option to select nam1 or nam2, select nam1.. go to next screen, enter in the sdc code which is 000000, (6 zeros), enter or next screen, make sure that mid is same as ur cell number, go to next screen, it will show ur number again, next screen, will be sid and nid numbers... they are what they should be, go next screen, then i think there is option to be done, view, edit choose done, next screen then it will program by itself. powering on then off, bringing u back to same screen with the same window of initial programming needed, just go to enter code, and enter the last 4 of your cell number, and it will let u through,.. just remember to go back in to your phone options menu and change the nam setting in there back to nam1 also. then it will power off and on again. program should be complete... you can always also dial *228 and option 2 to reprogram your phone again to make sure.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
SOURCE: i changed the NAM type
There can be many ways to Unlock your phone. As far as i know unlocking by codes is the simple and safe way. I will suggest the website Unlock-Zone.com which is doing good service and they were recommended highly in the cell phone forums.
I used them to unlock my cell phone. contacted them and within 30 mins i had my unlock code and my phone was unlocked.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
Go to the keypad, type #43574357* (this number should work) and select system info, and it will display your nam2 phone number on the first (top) row labeled "MDN." The last four numbers is your passcode.This solution ONLY works if you've accidentally set your phone to NAM2 (which means that you've reprogrammed your phone to a completely different phone number, and if you've set up a passcode, that too is changed). Once you've found out your new number and passcode, you are not yet finished, because your phone is still programmed to NAM2. To fix that, you must go to your "Phone settings" and find "NAM select." Then you select NAM1 (and your phone will restart again and prompt you with your OLD passcode, if you set up one). Your phone is now fully functioning again!
Posted on Dec 23, 2012
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