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Vx8550 chocolate got a question how do you get into the programming screen to input the mdn and min?

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    can i change the software on my vx8550 so i can play windows based games on mu phone

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    HOW PROGRAM AND WHAT IS MDN

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Dial ##77647268550 [send]
(Program8550)

I don't see the specific settings your asking about but that's the programming code...

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The screen on my LG VX8550 (chocolate) doesn't work


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the screen is not the one that is faulty, but flex.

There is a flex the connects the screen with the phone board. This flex usually worns out as a result of constant open and close of the slide.

Once you have the flex replaced, your screen will display again.

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Manual Programming Code


To hand program the Motorola V3m Razr make sure you are at the main screen and type the following fairly quickly.
#073887*
then a new screen will come up asking for a security code.
Most of the time it will be 000000 but if it is not you will have to get it from your provider(Alltel, Verizon, Sprint, Cricket....etc..)
Then from there choose User Activation and then you will have 4 settings
MDN.....
MIN......
SID......
IMSI......

Your MDN is always going to be your current phone number.
Your MIN will sometimes be your phone number but not always. So while you are talking to your Wireless rep be sure to ask them for your MIN and SID
Your SID will be provided by your Wireless Rep.
Do not modify your IMSI
After you have entered these settings just press Done and then the End Call button to return to the main screen. Your phone will not powercycle and you can resume using the auto updated by dialing *2 for sprint or *228 for most other providers.

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take it to the service center and tell him to do the tripping or trip........my mobile is working with the same.........

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enter ##626# and hit send button. it will bring u to option to select nam1 or nam2, select nam1.. go to next screen, enter in the sdc code which is 000000, (6 zeros), enter or next screen, make sure that mid is same as ur cell number, go to next screen, it will show ur number again, next screen, will be sid and nid numbers... they are what they should be, go next screen, then i think there is option to be done, view, edit choose done, next screen then it will program by itself. powering on then off, bringing u back to same screen with the same window of initial programming needed, just go to enter code, and enter the last 4 of your cell number, and it will let u through,.. just remember to go back in to your phone options menu and change the nam setting in there back to nam1 also. then it will power off and on again. program should be complete... you can always also dial *228 and option 2 to reprogram your phone again to

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Forwarding a text


sorry its a no can do ....

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Someone gave me a the lg vx8550 and it is


you cannot use a verizon phone on an alltel plan. you have to switch over to verizon to make that phone work. i tried getting a chocolate to work on alltel too and they would not do it.

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How do I delete my phone number from Samsung u520


its very easy tell your provider to program your phone with any mdn and min your phone will b deleted he knows what MIN and MDN thank you

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Flashed from verison to cricket trying to program the mdn min into phone


  1. Turn on your phone using the red power/end button. While in the programming mode the [OK] key is used to save, the left soft key to [Exit] without saving and the right soft key [Back] to return to the previous step.
  2. Enter ##626* (##NAM*) for NAM Programming
  3. You will be prompted to ENTER SUBSIDY CODE
  4. Enter 333333 (3 six times)
  5. Press the [OK] button to select the MIN (Mobile Identification Number)
  6. Enter your new 10 digit Cricket MIN and press [OK]
  7. Press Navigation (arrow) down once to access the MDN (Mobile Directory Number/10 Digit Phone Number) and press [OK]
  8. Enter your new 10 digit Cricket MDN and press [OK]
  9. Press Navigation (arrow) down once to access the IMSI (do not change from IMSI_11_12=00)
  10. Press the Navigation (arrow) down key twice to access the CDMA System ID and press [OK]
  11. Enter the 1 to 5 digit CDMA System ID and press [OK]
  12. Press the red power/end button to exit.
  13. (mdn is your phone number min and cdma sytem id will be given by customer serv rep

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The screen has died. it is a common problem with the chocolates. take it to your local service provider's store and they will replace it

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