Question about Samsung Blackjack SGH-I607 Smartphone
Rajkumar I am sending this message bacause my railway call letter come today(chnnai). And come another letter Head constable(Ministrial).
Date of Railway 20/09/08
Date of (HC) 16/09/08
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
of course there is always a risk when unlocking your phone that you will loose all data... HOWEVER!!! the sim will not be affected and neither will the memory card if you just do a manual reboot yourself. this is what i had to do. plus you can connect the phone to a computer and take off the music and pictures that were stored to the phone even while it's locked, but you do unfortunately loose all contacts, texts, and emails that were stored to your phone.
this is how to do a manual reboot (which i think was definitely the best solution in this scenario):
hold down the top part of the circle (the thing that turns in the middle of the phone not the button in the center of that) while pressing the power button when the phone is in the off position. obviously to get a locked phone into the off position you have to remove the battery while the phone is still on (but you've already figured that out). when you turn the phone back on it will ask you if you want to do the manual reboot, and then it will also ask you if you are ok with the fact that it will return all setting back to the way the phone was when it came from the manufacturer... to these questions you must answer yes or the phone will just turn right back off and you will have done nothing.
IF YOU ARE SCARED that you're going to loose the data on the memory card when you do this (you wont, but just in case) you can remove the memory card, however the sim must be in the phone when you do this
hope this helps... :)
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
the only way to do it is to call att and tell them your situation and they will help you because they have to have your iemi number from you phone hope this was helpful:)
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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