Question about Cell Phones
You can try the default password which should be the last 4 digits of your telephone number.
You may want to inquire of your service provider additional guidance for this problem.
Telephone passwords are pretty secure ... if the default doesnt work and if the carrier doesnt have a magic wand, you will probably have to hard reset your phone.
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