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E2p reset hi my mate recentley reseted my e2p and now my imei number is set to all zeros and i cant seem to get any service any where

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  • tankmc90 May 23, 2008

    its a samsung g600 please help me

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Changeing the imei number is illegal.

your phone is a nice paper weight right now.
What brand and model is your phone I might be able to help you even thought..

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this happens all the time with samsungs. i went to tmobile.com/forums and found some info to fix mine when i forgot mine as well lol. the problem is it will reset your password and all your other information as well :(

A phone lock or security code on most Samsung handsets can be overridden by performing a full reset on the device. This will set the security codes on the handset back to the default eight zero's (00000000).


Important: This reset restores the original factory settings and will erase all downloaded content, including ringtones, images, programs, and contacts stored in the internal memory. It does not erase data stored on the SIM card or memory card (if available). Make sure you have backed up contacts, calendar appointments, and other data before continuing.


1. Power off the handset

2. Remove the battery

3. Remove the SIM card

4. Reinsert battery ONLY

5. Turn handset on

6. At the Insert SIM prompt screen enter the following code: *2767*2878#

NOTE: If using a handset that was released after July 2009 use this code: *2767*3855#

7. The handset should display E2P custom reset

8. Power off handset

9. Reinsert SIM card

10. Power on handset

11. The phone should be unlocked

NOTE: If you didn't get a E2P custom reset or a Full reset message on the handset your Samsung model may need an MCK code. You will have to call technical support for this code. Please have your IMEI number ready to expedite the process for this code. Your IMEI number is located on a label on the back of the phone,under the battery.

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My sister forgot the password to her phone


im sorry about that! the problem is all your info will be lost. you need to enter the following steps which will reset your code, but will also reset your phone and information. i found this at t-mobile.com/forums.

A phone lock or security code on most Samsung handsets can be overridden by performing a full reset on the device. This will set the security codes on the handset back to the default eight zero's (00000000).


Important: This reset restores the original factory settings and will erase all downloaded content, including ringtones, images, programs, and contacts stored in the internal memory. It does not erase data stored on the SIM card or memory card (if available). Make sure you have backed up contacts, calendar appointments, and other data before continuing.


1. Power off the handset

2. Remove the battery

3. Remove the SIM card

4. Reinsert battery ONLY

5. Turn handset on

6. At the Insert SIM prompt screen enter the following code: *2767*2878#

NOTE: If using a handset that was released after July 2009 use this code: *2767*3855#

7. The handset should display E2P custom reset

8. Power off handset

9. Reinsert SIM card

10. Power on handset

11. The phone should be unlocked

NOTE: If you didn't get a E2P custom reset or a Full reset message on the handset your Samsung model may need an MCK code. You will have to call technical support for this code. Please have your IMEI number ready to expedite the process for this code. Your IMEI number is located on a label on the back of the phone,under the battery.

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I have tried calling *22899 to unlock my samsung schu350 and it didnt work it locked automatically when its turned on how do i unlock it


i found some great info but it will automatically delete all your info as well. i found this at t-mobile.com/forums but its universal on all samsungs

A phone lock or security code on most Samsung handsets can be overridden by performing a full reset on the device. This will set the security codes on the handset back to the default eight zero's (00000000).


Important: This reset restores the original factory settings and will erase all downloaded content, including ringtones, images, programs, and contacts stored in the internal memory. It does not erase data stored on the SIM card or memory card (if available). Make sure you have backed up contacts, calendar appointments, and other data before continuing.


1. Power off the handset

2. Remove the battery

3. Remove the SIM card

4. Reinsert battery ONLY

5. Turn handset on

6. At the Insert SIM prompt screen enter the following code: *2767*2878#

NOTE: If using a handset that was released after July 2009 use this code: *2767*3855#

7. The handset should display E2P custom reset

8. Power off handset

9. Reinsert SIM card

10. Power on handset

11. The phone should be unlocked

NOTE: If you didn't get a E2P custom reset or a Full reset message on the handset your Samsung model may need an MCK code. You will have to call technical support for this code. Please have your IMEI number ready to expedite the process for this code. Your IMEI number is located on a label on the back of the phone,under the battery.

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I have a samsung solstice SGH A887 and i bought the phone and it already had a security code set On it and i can't figure out what my security code is. i tried everything.


no worries it happens alot infact it happened to me on my samsung as well lol! its a quick fix but it will delete all your info:( i found the info at tmobile.com/forums but its universal on ALL samsungs!

f your Samsung handset has a security code or phone lock on it follow these steps to disable the code.


NOTE: This code is not used for Subsidy unlocks, Application Locks or PUK (PIN) code lock outs. Call Customer care for these.


A phone lock or security code on most Samsung handsets can be overridden by performing a full reset on the device. This will set the security codes on the handset back to the default eight zero's (00000000).


Important: This reset restores the original factory settings and will erase all downloaded content, including ringtones, images, programs, and contacts stored in the internal memory. It does not erase data stored on the SIM card or memory card (if available). Make sure you have backed up contacts, calendar appointments, and other data before continuing.


1. Power off the handset

2. Remove the battery

3. Remove the SIM card

4. Reinsert battery ONLY

5. Turn handset on

6. At the Insert SIM prompt screen enter the following code: *2767*2878#

NOTE: If using a handset that was released after July 2009 use this code: *2767*3855#

7. The handset should display E2P custom reset

8. Power off handset

9. Reinsert SIM card

10. Power on handset

11. The phone should be unlocked

NOTE: If you didn't get a E2P custom reset or a Full reset message on the handset your Samsung model may need an MCK code. You will have to call technical support for this code. Please have your IMEI number ready to expedite the process for this code. Your IMEI number is located on a label on the back of the phone,under the battery.

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Factory reset


#*7337# = EEPROM Reset (Unlock and Resets Wap Settings) #*7673# = Sleep mode RESET
*2767*3855# = E2P Full Reset
*2767*2878# = E2P Custom Reset
*2767*927# = E2P Wap Reset
*2767*226372# = E2P Camera Reset
*2767*73738927# = WAP Settings Reset

Try at your own risk .. i can't guarantee !!!

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You could try go to the phone service provider that you wish to use.
They may be able to assist you.

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okay what you can do....is eprom it by pressing *2767*2878#.....this will also blank all data you had save on the phone.

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Hi,

Master Reset / Codes

*2767*3855# - FULL E2P RESET
*2767*2878# - CUSTOM E2P RESET
#*7337# - UNLOCK
*2767*688# - UNLOCK
*#0523# - CONTRAST
*#9998*523# - CONTRAST
*#8999*8378# - Service Menu

Use with caution. Good luck!

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