I have a Motorola 120c (Tracfone) mobile phone that was given to me by a friend in Ohio. I currently live in Illinois. I was in the process of re-programming it with Tracfone to operate it in my local zip/ area code because I did not want to be charged for long distance calls. Upon receipt of this phone, I had reset the factory ''phone unlock code'' to another set of 4 numbers that were more personal to me. After an hours worth of reinitializing the phone with different reprogramming codes with the TracFone CS center, I was told to turn my phone off and back on again to reset the phone to whatever command code was last entered. After each time I turned my phone back on during this process, I had to unlock my keypad by entering in the 4 digit unlock code. After about 3 or 4 code entry commands I went to unlock my phone what seemed to be the for the final time and could not get my unlock code to be recognized by the phone. I keep receiving an ''Unlock Code Incorrect. Try Again'' message. It appears that the memory had been wiped clean and now I have a phone that I cannot unlock to operate. Is there some sort of master unlock code outside of the factory defaults, or a ''back door'' to get into this phone?
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