Question about Samsung SGH-t219 Cellular Phone
Hi, I recently brought my Samsung T219 (US T-Mobile) to india and put in a freshly bought sim card. The phone displayed the expected "Wrong simcard" message, so I searched online and found the codes to input that would unlock the phone (amd remove all locks for the phone - network, sim lock, etc etc). I did that, and now the phone is unlocked. However, when I turn on the phone with the new sim card, It recognizes the carrier (Airtel) for about 30 seconds, and then it stops, and displays "searching" with a decreasing/increasing reception meter. When i went to the network settings, I found that the phone has deteted at least one network, but it cannot acess any of them. I tried putting an already active sim card (from another phone) into the slot and it would not work, saying simply that "only emergency calls can be made from the phone." Considering that I desperately need the phone in 2 days, I would really appreciate any help that might ameliorate this issue.
I tried ALLLLLLLLLLLLl the codes for the samsung SGH T729 andddddddddddddddddddddddddd finally after fifty million codes entered....i am a genius JK.....
place the sim card you are using in the phone and enter this code "#7465625*638*39887090#" after a minute turn the phone ON ...btw i have at&t and unlocked a t-mobile phone all for free thanks to debbie :)
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
Codes are individual to IMEI. If you are able to pick up signal using the unlock code you found then you did it properly. I would suggest you contact the carrier for the SIM card that you bought. They may have activated a defective SIM that is not connecting preoperly.
Posted on Jan 24, 2008
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Posted on Jul 21, 2009
This is the code to unlock the phone if u didnt use this u didnt do it right i recievded this from tmobile them selves #7465625*638*39887090#
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
If you are trying to use a SIM card in your phone and
getting a message like "Enter Subsidy Code", "Incorrect SIM
Card", "SIM not provisioned" , "Emergency Calls Only" or similar messages, then you need
an unlock code for your mobile phone. You can get Samsung SGH-T219 Unlock Code from the
network provider, they will provide a code with easy to follow instructions on how to unlock your phone. You may check Samsung Unlock Code
site, they can open up all networks for you where you want to use your phone. Once your phone is unlock, it will work with any networks worldwide without sticking to one network only.
Hope this is helpful.
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