Question about Nokia N70 Cellular Phone
I found a N70 about a year and a half ago in our company parking lot. I advertised on our intranet and on the noticeboards for the owner to fetch it from me. i decided to use it myself today...but it has obviously been blacklisted or blocked by the service provider here in South africa. I looked at the other solutions offered, but am not able to access any security code screen. is there anyway to overide the blacklisting of the imei no?
The only legal way of having a phone unblacklisted is through the service provider.
You should probably hand it in to the police as it is most likely stolen.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
Hi im mark cp tech here in the phil...i have a suggestion to your problem...if you have a cp tech. friend go to him and ask him if he has a software overwriting IMEI.but thats illegal..i have a gadget here that i bought for about 30 thou pesos and it work it can overwrite IMEI...hope it help....
Posted on May 22, 2008
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