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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your cell phone may be locked to a particular cell phoneprovider and in this case it needs to be unlocked to use with a different cellphone service provider. To get the security code/restriction code to unlock thecell phone from the current cell phone provider so you can use the SIM cardwith a different phone provider, Please click on this link and follow myinstructions :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r4049238-unlock_cell_phone If your phone provider does not help you then this WEB siteit provides security codes for a small price. http://www.mobileunlockstore.com/?gclid=CKDb2_y2558CFSlJagodxBkDHw Try this WEB sites - http://www.unlock-free.com http://www.unlock-zone.com/
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
Hello, you can't simple change your old sim card with new sim card from another mobile provider without unlocking your phone first. You can request LG 900G unlock code from tracfrone and you must pay some bucks (up to $80) and wait for a couple of weeks before you get that unlock code. If you on tight budget or you want to saving up your money, you can buy lg unlock code from third party sites and you don't need to wait until a couple weeks to get that code. Just in a few minutes.
Posted on Sep 03, 2011
Jailbreaking in IOS is rooting in Android. You root the Precedent (gain access to the root login) by using rtto at http://codegeekbbs.com/samsung.php Just follow the directions you'll find in the file. Just read the Readme.txt file.
Unlocking is making the phone run on other carriers' towers - and you can't do that with a CDMA phone without pretty much rebuilding the phone. (CDMA phones don't have SIM cards, only GSM phones do - the technology is different.)
Posted on Feb 07, 2012
It is best to get in touch with your service provider in case the bandwidth is not supported by the phone which is not mentioned by you.
Also check the SIM on another phone to confirm and vice versa.
Posted on Jun 27, 2012
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