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the pasword may have ben sent to your email acouunt. whats the last thing you remember or try something that you havent yet.write down what you have tryed and if they diddent work croos them out and circle the one that worked and save the papper
try using a number combo that will be easy for you to remember then put it in your phones phone book under a name like a nickname or something so it's easy for you to get to but snoopy people will look past then you'll always be able to find it easy as 123
No, you can't bypass that screen. The only way is get new HTC Touch Diamond unlock code and remember don't try to put wrong code again and again it will cause your phone in hard locked state. Go find new HTC unlock code then put that code in your phones. I hope my answer can help you, thank you.
I think your right password is not the right one for your phone. Try remember your password again, and if still not the correct one you can try to type wrong password 10 times to unlock blackberry curve 8300, your phone will be unlocked. But you will lose all your data after your blackberry unlocked and you can setup new password again and don't forget that password again :D
I think you have correct lg ku990 unlock code and your phone already unlocked. So the problem is not about lg unlock code but about your lg system. Try to reset your phone to default factory reset see it works or not. If still not working reflash your phone.
if the password was assigned by a BES server, you could ask the exchange admin to send a new password to the device.
if its a personal phone, and just using BIS (internet based email) then you are out of luck.
you have to misstype the password 10 times and wipe the handset to get back into it. remember though that this sets it to operator defaults and you will lose your saved mail items, and anything not saved to the memory card. ie: all device memory is cleared.
the dumb thing is that text messages are by default saved to the device memory, so you will lose those. and probably contacts if they arent saved to your mail account contact list.
I think all you can do it reset the device to disable the password completely. If you enter the password ten times incorrectly it will ask if you want to do a complete reset.
THIS WILL DELETE ALL YOUR PERSONAL DATA.
If you can, back up your device using the Blackberry Desktop Manager application before doing a reset. Then you can re-load all your personal data after the reset, instead of having to type it all in again.