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If you need MEP code from your locked Blackberry mobile phone try Google search.You can get lot of online unlocking service providers.IN the same way i found this site Mobileunlocksolutions.com Here you can get your MEP code through e-mail.So you can easily unlock your mobile within a day.
Maybe you can unlock your phone using blackberry 7290 unlock code, that code can be obtained from network provider or buy from blackberry unlock code seller on internet. Other way, you can bring your cellphone to mobile repair shop to get hard unlocked using cable unlock.
Support for Bluetooth headsets is the real innovation here. Though BlackBerry devices have packed in phones for years, holding them up to your head has always felt and looked awkward. Because the 7290 paired easily with our Logitech and Nokia Bluetooth headsets, that's now much less of an issue. Unfortunately, the 7290 doesn't support voice dialing, so you'll still have to pull out your BlackBerry in order to dial. There's also no support for the Bluetooth dial-up modem profile and no Bluetooth file transfer. Phone calls are clear, although there's no speakerphone.
The 7920 does not have a speakerphone.
I assume you are trying to use the Blackberry as a modem and connect to your computer to connect to the internet. It is possible. All you need is a data plan from your servcie provider and the desktop manager software. In case your CD that came with the device is unusable, you can freely download the software from your service provider's website. Once the software is downloaded, run it and connect your Blackberry to the computer and then set the modem settings as detailed in the link below:
It is unlikely you will find one, Having dealt with RIM it is my understanding that the unlock is not generated from the iemi but is hard wired in to the unit when built, the only way to unlock is to contact your current provider and pay for the code, given to them by rim