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Enter the last four digits of your phone number on your cell phone PIN screen. When setting up a cell phone PIN, the default number assigned is the last four digits of your cell phone number for most cell phones.
Enter 9999, and if that doesn't work try 1111. The number sequence 9999 and 1111 are other standard numbers assigned when choosing a cell phone PIN.
Shut off your cell phone, take off the back of your phone and pull out the battery. Record the IMEI number which is under the battery. Reinsert the battery and power on the phone. Enter the last 4 digits of the IMEI number on the PIN entry screen. The last 4 digits on your IMEI number can occasionally be the service providers preset PIN for the cell phone.
Call your service provider and request the PIN. You will have to prove you are a customer by stating your cell phone number, address and Social Security number.
Turn off your phone. Hold the keys "3," "*" and "Call" and switch the phone on. Hold the three buttons down until the word "Formatting..." appears on the screen. This should reset the phone lock code
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