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I have a sansumg SGH C276, and put some number on code for loock, and now i dont remember that number, how can i leberate the cel phone again...

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This is full reset of samsung call hard reset... but all data of your device much be reset.like number,message,image,etc. same as you new phone..

here the code:
*2767*3855# - FULL E2P RESET
*2767*2878# - CUSTOM E2P RESET

Posted on Mar 24, 2011

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SECURITY CODE:

If you are talking about the security lock code to enter into the phone then once it is lost nothing can be done except flashing the mobile . Because if anybody can give the security code created then who ever who steals your phone can get into it and get your valuable information.

So as safety precaution to avoid that they have designed it such that if you forget the security lock you have to reset the mobile memory by flashing the mobile at an authorized service center.So while flashing the mobile all the data in the mobile memory will be lost and you can again start using the mobile.

Posted on Mar 24, 2011

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