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Hi,you can unlock your mobile by unlock codes and you didn't
mention about your provider and country..i unlocked my mobile by codes
from here simpleunlocking
and my provider is UK orange..you can too try but see to that whether
your country and provider is listed..because for some service only codes
are available..check with that and if your country's provider is listed
then get codes and unlock your blackberry..
Hello. Begin by removing the battery from the black berry for 5 minutes. This will reset your black berry to factory settings and may well solve your problem. If it does not, you will have to take your blackberry into a phone store. Joe
The first thing you can try is to wipe the applications and operating system from the device. This will result in lost information, but at this point you won't be able to get any data from it anyway because it isn't turning on. You can follow the steps in the links below. This requires you to wipe the applications, then release the operating system back on to the device:
Like you being with T-mobile, I bought a cingular phone off ebay that wasn't unlock. My sims didn't work either. My network just said call Cingular which is now AT&T and they gave me the MEP code to unlock it. Beware, you need to confirm all of your information from your network before they will help you.