Question about Samsung E2210 Cell Phone
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No, a hard reset will not solve your problem. The phone will remain locked. The only way to get it unlocked now is with a master unlock code. Simply call your cellular service provider and request Tech Support assistance.
Tech support will verify that you are the owner of the phone and then will provide you with a master unlock code which you'll enter on the keypad of your phone. This will unlock your phone. When you enter your new PIN make sure it's one you'll remember.
Do not attempt to purchase unlock codes from the Internet or eBay to unlock it. These unlock codes will not work. You'll just need to contact Tech Support to assist you.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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