Question about Samsung SGH-E900 Cellular Phone
Yeah, it is possible to use it wherever you want. All you need is to unlock it.
Please follow these instructions very carefully.
1. Turn off your phone, put in a SIM of a provider that it is not
locked to, and turn it back on.
2. At the wrong card message, type *#9998*3323#.
i.e ( star/hash/9998/star/3323/hash )
A message will pop up telling you to press exit, Press exit.
Choose malloc fail.
Your phone will reboot and your SIM will work.
3. Type *0141# and then hit call.
This will give you a message saying your phone is personalized.
4. Power down your phone and insert a SIM card other than the one that is in it.
Power back up your phone.
5. At the SIM code prompt type 00000000, (that is 8 zeroes.)
Your phone should now be unlocked
In newer phones it is possible to use this alterative to above Simply type in keypad #*7337#) With no sim in phone
Can reset phone & unlock.
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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