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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi. This isn't quite as serious as it seems. Firstly, try to get your Nephew to remember what he changed the code to, as he may remember in a few days time. Whatever you do, don't keep trying to guess the number, as although a security code gives you what seems like lots of attempts, the phone WiLL eventually become blocked. Firstly, if the phone is registered in your name, then you can ask the Network that the phone was originally on, how to reset the phone. Just explain the situation. They may be able to help. Only do this as a last resort though, as you will lose absolutely EVERYTHiNG that was on the phone since you got it. This includes Picture Messages, Games, Photos, Videos, and Music Files .. such as MP3s, EXCEPT what is already stored on your phone's memory card. Before you do the Reset, make sure you take the memory card out first, as the Reset could still format it, which would destroy all the files on it. Good Luck.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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