Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3
NETWORK UNLOCK CODE:
You can unlock it by flashing your mobile if your mobile is a CDMA mobile...
The procedure for flashing your mobile is in the link below
It has an video explanation.
If your mobile is not an CDMA mobile , you can get the network unlock code(NUC) by just contacting the current network provider customer caredepartment.It is free of cost.
Therestrictioncodecan be got from your old service provider..This restriction code iskeptto prevent someone who stole themobile from using it withanotherprovider...
They will have a security check done with your date of birth etc..to verify whether you are the exact owner of the phone..
After that they will provide you the restriction code to unlock it and use it with another service provider..
It is all free of cost donot pay anyone for this seeing some advertisement over internet . That is all fake ads.
The above proceudre works and you can verify that by seeing the rating of an happy customer here..
Posted on May 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My friend gave me a razor to unlock last night that he just bought from a long time user on Cingular network. Since I unlocked without trouble I thought I would help someone out. Basically you need to flash one software into your phone, then you need to run another program and unlock it. Here is how I did it. Download and install EMULE, a free program. Run EMULE and select edonkey network only and forget KAD network during setup. Don't upload with emule in chunks as I believe it takes more processing power from the PC. Now run EMULE and click Connect. After it connects search for a program called P2K.EASY.TOOL. It will be around 6.2MB file. Extract all the files and look for a file called P2K_Easy_Tool_v39 and extract this also. Next, you need to get the program called RSD Lite 3.0. Again get this file by searching emule for this and downloading. Then install the program by double clicking on .msi or right click and click install. Now get the program Motorola_Unlocker_2005.zip. This can be found quicker at themotoguide.com/unlocking.php. This file may not be necessary or this step! CHARGE the phone to full charge. I forgot two more file are needed! You'll need to USB drivers for the phone. The ones I used were v3_drivers.exe (search yahoo) and always click continue anyways. Finally, you will need bl_826-828_to_07d0_ for_V3_by_Archy.V2.shx (no space between 07d0_for_) and this file can be gotten at themotoguide.com/unlocking.php. If you attempt to communicate with the phone it may want to install drivers and you may have to do the operation again. When installing drivers, just specify the folder where you extracted USB drivers. Now lets get started. Plug the phone into USB cable and turn on. Run the program called RSD Lite 3.0 and then it should say connected and show your phones IMEI #. If not, you could restart phone, but press # and * with one hand then start up. Now it should say in RSD LIte 3.0 something different. You can leave it like that or restart phone and then you should definitely see IMEI #. Now click on FILE in RSD Lite 3.0 and search for the file bl_826-828_to_07d0_for_V3_by_Archy.V2.sh… and click OK. Now lets downgrade the bootloader, click START. Wait tell it is done and finished at 100%. Don't even mess with the computer during this time or any cables. Turn phone off and hold down * and # on phone again and turn phone on into Flash mode again. It should say 07d0 now or be a blank screen, which is fine. Now run the program Motorola_Unlocker_2005, click send to phone. It will do something and your phone will reboot. If it is unlocked then you are done. If it didn't work as mine didn't with this step then turn phone off for third time. Again boot up in flash mode by holding down both * and # and turn on with other hand. It will be in flash mode with black screen. Now run the program called P2K_Easy_Tool_v39.exe and there is one other file in this folder called winscard.dll. Click on LOCKS and then select your phone model. Now select Unlock SP. Click on DO SELECTED JOBS. It should show the status above and will do some work, then reboot phone do some more work and power off, I remember. That is it turn it on and you are done. Lets sum this up on what is needed. EMULE, P2K.EASY.TOOL, RSD Lite 3.0, Motorola_Unlocker_2005.zip, bl_826-828_to_07d0_ for_V3_by_Archy.V2.shx. You could probably skip the Motorola_Unlocker_2005.zip step. If for some reason you destroy your phone! You have a 80% chance of recovering it by going to www.themotoguide.com/downloadfirmware.ph… and getting one of these three files, extracting it. Then flash it into your phone with RSD LITE 3.0. Do not do any of these steps if it is illegal in your country or you don't deserve to use your phone yet or buy talk time from a network!!
Hoped it Help.....
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
The V3m is a CDMA phone, so it will be limited as to where it works internationally. Most countries use GSM technology, and the two are not compatible. Best advice is to go to a website like verizonwireless.com (CDMA carrier) and search international CDMA roaming (not GSM). If they don't offer CDMA international roaming in the country that you are going to, you will need to get an unlocked GSM phone.
Best advice at that point is to activate it with a carrier in the country that you are going to if you are going to use it mostly for local calls. If you want to use it as a way for people to keep in touch with you from the states, you can get a local number from a GSM carrier like ATT or TMobile. ATT has a waiting period for international roaming, so check with either carrier for clarification about that.
Hope that helps some.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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