Question about Samsung SGH-e315
The phoe has a security password lock on it 4 to 8 digits
Hello there. This works on most Samsung phones I work on. Enter *2767*3855# (resets the eprom) enter *7465625*638*00000000*00000000# (unlocks the security setting and sets security code to 8 zeros) enter #7465625*638*00000000# (confirms security code changed to 8 zeros) Your security code is 8 zeros. To change the code, repeat the procedure replacing the string of 8 zeros with your security code. Happy hacking. If this does not work for your phone repost with your results and we can try other ways. Please rate me if this helps. Thanks for allowing me to serve you on Fixya.com
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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If you changed it and
forgot the security code please contacts your device dealer. They will provide
you the default security code so that you can use your phone.
This security lock
prevents thieves from being able to make use of stolen handsets that is why it
can only be unlocked by authorized device dealers.
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