Question about Cell Phones
Easy 12 step to unlock your phone:
1. Hit the menu button
2. Scroll to and select the Manage Connections icon.
3. Select Turn All Connections Off.
4. Press the red End key.
5. Scroll to and select the Settings icon
6. Scroll to and select the Options icon
7. Scroll to and select Advanced Options
8. Scroll to and select SIM Card
9. Enter MEPD
Note: When Typing in MEPD the letters will not appear on the screen. This step opens up the personalization on the device. Notice under Network, it will say Active.
10. Enter MEP2 (For "2?, press the ALT key then 2)
Note: When Typing in MEP2 the letters will not appear on the screen.
Notice the Enter Network MEP code box.
11. Enter the Unlock code (This is a 16 digit code)
12. Press the Trackball or Enter key (once one of these keys is pressed the device should display "Code Accepted.")
The phone has been successfully Subsidy Unlocked is you see in the display next to Network Disabled
*The 16 digit code can be obtained by calling your Mobile Operator's Technical Support and give the representative the IMEI number. In exchange they will give you the Subsidy Unlock Code.
Not all Mobile Operators give away the unlocking code though! alternatively, you can try unlocking providers - check this one here
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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