Question about Samsung SYNC SGH-A707 Cellular Phone
I just recently got this phone from a resale shop and there is a phone lock on it so i cant get into the phone at all please help me.
This type of lock is called a Subsidy block. Carriers have placed these locks to keep phones that were lost or stolen from being reactivated. If you have your receipt, you can call the carrier for the unlock code. However, they will require information, such as the IMEI code and SIM card # to determine if this phone has ever been reported lost or stolen. That said, you will not get the unlock code until that carrier completes their research (48-72 hrs). That is only if the phone is not lost or stolen.
Posted on Apr 27, 2008
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