Question about Samsung SGH-E370 Cellular Phone
1 network lock inactive
2 subset lock "
3 sp lock "
4 cp lock "
5 sim lock "
6 active lock "
7 auto network lock "
8auto suset lock "
9 auto sp lock "
10 auto cp lock "
11 auto sim lock "
12 phone lock "
Ok, so all the locks are off on the phone.
The imei code is valid no one has changed it.
Its possible that the phone has been reported stolen?
Posted on Apr 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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