Question about Motorola Computers & Internet
All you need is to flash the phone.
Go to a repair man they will use the phone software to flash the phone but your contact will be lost.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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The Phone-Lock is a manually set code, this means that you or the previous owner set this code on the phone to prevent it from being stolen.
Consult the previous owner to get this code.
Second option is to have Samsung remove this code for you, but this option usually costs money.
SIM-lock can be removed by contacting the provider the phone is locked to.
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