Entered random subsidy code and phone is useless now
I tried to download the software for Motorola L7 and in the process I was asked for the subsidy code. I didn't know what to enter so I entered 1234 and now i can't use the phone. Now the phone says:"contacto en servicio proveedor" (it was bought in Argentina) and I has become useless. Please help me.
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Hi to get the subsidy password visit prounlocking.com here they ask you the network name to which your mobile is locked and the imei number of your mobile .finally they send you codes to unlock your Motorola slvr l7 .
hi you can get the subsidy code from this site mobileunlocksolutions to unlock your motorola slvr l7 mobile .here they render the codes for all gsm mobile models .you can get the instructions about how to use the codes in your mobile from here mobileunlockguide here they provide the step by step process about how to use the codes once you entered the codes in your mobile as for the instructions given your mobile get unlocked and will be free to accept all network sim.
hi you can use codes to unlock the mobile you can get the codes from here mobileunlocksolutions here they ask the following details before providing the codes they are mobile model country and the provider to which the mobile is locked .you can get the instructions about how to use the codes in your mobile from here mobileunlockguide here they provide the step by step process about how to use the codes once you entered the codes in your mobile as for the instructions given your mobile get unlocked and will be free to accept all network sim.
The term Subsidy Password is used by Motorola and other handset manufacturers to refer to the 8-digit (or 16-digit code for newer phones such as the Motorola K1) unlock code necessary to remove the operator lock (also known as subsidy lock) from cell phones. This code is randomly assigned to individual cell phones by the OEM on request of the mobile service operator and prevents the use of a particular phone on a cellular network other than that to which the phone was originally sold.