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I know the normal way is to call the provider of the phone (network carrier) and ask them for it.
The alternative is to use a program to read the code on a Windows PC via a USB cable with appropriate drivers installed. There is a custom program called "LG SPC PROGRAM.exe". It is approximately 56kb in size. I found it on 4shared. Some antivirus software will report this software as being a virus/trojan. I always try to run unknow programs sandboxed so they cannot harm my computer. Google "sandboxie" for a windows sandboxing program.
Go to Settings > PC Connection > USB Mass Storage and make sure that it is checked. Connect your phone to your PC via usb cable or bluetooth. It should now apprear on your PC as a seperate removable drive such as drive E, F, G, etc. Open the drive and search for the folder that your music is stored. From there, u can rename the songs and even copy them to your multimedia and ringtones. When u are finished, just close the folder and disonnect the PC from your phone. The song files should be now named to what ever you named them as. Hope this helps :)
the lock code is the last 4 digits of your phone number (unless you previously changed it when you first got the phone). This is the default for all phones - again, unless you already manually changed it. If you did then you'll need to call customer service and they will reset your lock code. Pretty easy.