Question about Cell Phones
If you have locked yourself out of your samsung cell phonedue to switching to nam2 with the lock on powerup option on, here isyour solution. open the back of your cell phone. there should be ahexidecimal number printed on there(behind the battery) it will be abunch of letters and numbers. its the last number printed. meaning it'son the bottom. open up your windows calculator. you know the one youwould use to help you with math. go to settings or view and switch toscientific. after that make sure you check the little circle that says"hex" after you have imput the number switch the calculator to "dec"for the decimal conversion of the number you have just put in. the lastfour of this number will be your password for your phone. i swear thisworks on any samsung phone. i locked myself out of my 740. it workstrust me if you don't believe me here is the website i got the infoit's the samsung tech support page
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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