Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3m Cellular Phone
Found 2 new verizon prepaid cell phones in a used care I bought but they are locked. Verizon said they hasd to be taken back to where they were purchased to get them unlocked but I dont know where that was as they were found in the car I bought. Can anyone help me get them unlocked so I can activate them? Thanks David
The default is always one of these code try them all the last four digits of the phonenumber last programmed in the phone aka your number or 9999,1234,4321,0000,1111 if none of those work you can go the retail store for a flash they hook it to the computer and push software to the phone to correct the issue it takes five mins and its free its a common issue for them to correct if you change your lock code from the default in the future always set up a dummy contact with it in there so that you can easily look it up also please vote for me I'm trying to work my way up to expert level and I cant without your vote please
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
You will just need 2 take them in 2 verizon to have the phone set up so u can get phone #. verizon don't use sem cards so u have got 2 use them and they make money.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
The only few reasons verizon can not activate a phone is 1. the device was reported lost stolen, 2. the device was on account that was turned off for non pay 3. the device was purchased as prepay and your trying to activate it on a postpay account first (meaning you just bought the prepaid and didnt activate it on prepaid first. Unfortunately Verizon Reps are supposed to not state the reason for not being able to activate them mostly because they dont want people attacking the person they got it from, but if all that is locked is the device itself meaning the phone has an option that says unlock then all you need to do is call verizon and tell them to do an ESN change which means changing your device, and do it like normal, they will ask you to activate it by dialing *228 which also resets the lock password to the last four of your number. Have a nice day.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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