Question about Cell Phones
Depending on the phone, there are different solutions for this. If you are trying to access the phone itself, like, say, an iPhone, there is usually a fix where you can answer a call and that will let you access the phone itself to change these codes. Androids do the same thing, but they use a different lock style, so I assume you are using something else. But really it depends on the phone. Could you tell us the make and model?
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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