Question about Cell Phones
It would be helpful to know the manufacture and model number. However most phones have a basic unlock code, if you did not change it once you received the phone. The top two ways most phone manufacturers use is four or five zeros in a row or the last four digits of your current cell number.
Another way to make sure you have the right code is to find your user manual. It will tell you what the lock code is and it will also tell you if you have changed it, what to do to reset it. If you do not have your phone manual, I would suggest visiting the manufacturer's website and look up your phone. There you should be able to find the user manual. Most manufacturers have put their phones user manual online because it is easily accessible and cheaper than adding a printed version in the box.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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