Question about Cell Phones
Restriction codes are usually needed by branded phones. When a phone is branded to a particular network it usually only accepts simcards from the said network and therefore any other sim card which is inserted into the phone will not be recognised by the unit. When such situations arise the solution is usually to take the unit to an expert who uses specific software to decode the restriction code making use of the imei number and the phone make and model. You can only get this code when you refer the phone to an expert.
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Posted on May 18, 2011
Testimonial: "excellent. thanks for your direct answer. I didn.t change the Sim Card so what happened? anyhow I will find the solution. Thank you."
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