Question about LG enV3 VX9200 Cell Phone
When putting on a mobile device nornally there are two types of passwords which could be requested. One is the PIN code and the other is the phone code. It is very unlikely that your baby changed your code because before the code can be chaged the old code has to be input and there is no way the baby playing with the phone will be in the exact sequence of entering the previous code correctly and then changing it. Try to determine if the code which is being asked for is the pin code? if this is the case enter the code 3 times and the line will be blocked then you call your service provider and request for a PUK code.
If on the other hand it is the phone lock code refer your device to an expert for them to unlock with a software.
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Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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