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Hai, Do you want network unlock? If yes, You can approach this site Theunlockspot.com . Here they send unlock code to your mail. So you can specify your mobile model, imei, network and country. Then they will help you to unlock your Samsung J700 mobile.
That's not an unlock code my friend, it just part of instruction set to unlock samsung phone. You must have samsung J700 network unlock code and you can get that from your network provider or buy from third party sites. But don't ever try free samsung unlock code since almost of them is just fake unlock code.
i used the code #*7337# to unlock my samsung sgh-150 and it did unlock but has changed my imei number to 000000000000 is there a way to get my old number back or reset it??? stu firstname.lastname@example.org i will give a small reward for the correct method
Hi friend, I am afraid that if you want to use the cellular phones you should get it unlocked in the UK. A locked phone will only recognize a SIM card from aparticular carrier. When you use a locked phone with a SIM from other carriers,you may not call or receive a call, may not receive or send msgs. So I think you can try an unlocked cellular phone, you can visit our website to get an unlocked cell phones,we are the professional seller for Drop shipping unlocked China cell phone. Good luck!
Hi, Been a UK phone (Unlocked) should not effect this, contact your provider in NZ and tell them you want your WAP and MMS settings sent to your phone, you could however go to there website and find out what number you can send a "Settings" txt to them, some providers do this automatically other manuelly and other the way I just mentioned. Good Luck!