Question about AT&T LG CU515 Cell Phone - Black
My friend ... your friend loaned you her phone not she borrowed you her phone ... Since she 'forgot' the security code ... a number that is normally used EVERY TIME you receive or make a call ... which makes this question look suspicious ... you will probably have to have your service provider perform a hard reset on the telephone. You will probably have to prove ownership to have them do this for you. There is no one on earth that can guess the secret security code your friend put on her telephone if she can not remember it. Normally, the default code is the last 4 digits of the telephone number ... I am guessing you have already tried this number?
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Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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