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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: unlock codes
here are set of code that you can apply and play with. You should have included the model of your cellphone but i'm hoping that this would help.
Code to lock keys. Press together *7
Note:  (pause) means the * key held in until box appears.
Select phone line - (use this to write things below the provider name):
   0 0 8  1 
Add phonebook to main menu:
   1 0 5  1 
Add messages to main menu:
   1 0 7  1 
Copy SIM memory (phonebook menu):
   1 0 8  1 
Eng Field options (main menu):
   1 1 3  1 
Slow (Frequency of search menu):
   1 0 1  1 
Medium (Frequency of search menu):
   1 0 2  1 
Fast (Frequency of search menu):
   1 0 3  1 
   1 1 9  1 
   # # #  1 
   0 0 4  1 
Unblocking using the "puk" number:
   0 0 5  1 
There are lots of similar codes exist. If you change the last number to 0 you can deactive that code. The 3 digit number at the middle are from 0 to 999. I put the most interesting codes. (EFR):Enhanced Full Rate Codec.
You can change GSM frequencies to 900/1800 by entering the enginnering model. Following the below steps:
enter menu and press 048263* quickly, then you will enter the secret engineering menu
input 10*0*3 for GSM 900
10*0*4 for GSM 1800
10*0*5 for GSM 1900
10*0*6 for dual band GSM 900/1800
10*0*7 for dual band GSM 850/1900
To add extra message space 4 your Motorola C350 C450 C550 or C650, press menu button, press 048263* quickly, then on the popup menu enter 47 press ok.press 50 and ok.press 1 ok.press 64 ok.press 1 ok.press 186 and ok.You will receive an extra 50 msgs memory space.Switch phone off and back on.(not tested)
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
these are the steps to remove a sim card from motorola RAZR
step 1. Turn off your cellular phone by pressing and holding the power key for two seconds.
Step 2. Remove the battery on the back of the phone by sliding it back and lifting gently.
Step 3. Identify the SIM card, which is under the battery area. A retention strap holds it in place. Don't stretch the retention strap. Slide the SIM card slowly back, up and out of the slot.
Step 4. You may now use the SIM card in another phone, or insert a new SIM card into the Motorola RAZR
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
This phone is CDMA, so it does not have any sim card slot as it has inbuilt system which is directly operated by the service provider.
No other service provider is compatible with this phone.
Posted on Jun 17, 2010
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