I just replaced a lost cingular Razr with an unlocked t-mobile Razr. Interesting how it's programmed differently, but the loud beep on the side key is driving me mad. I'm referring to the key used to change ring style. I tried going into settings turning key volume off, which works for every key except the side button. I'm about to return the phone for this sole reason. Anyone in the knowhow?
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hi to purchase subsidy unlock code for Motorola razr v3 mobile from Cingular visit prounlocking.com .here they ask you the imei number of your mobile .finally they send you codes to unlock your mobile.
I had an opposite problem. Cingular to T-mobile. Called cingular and they refused to give me the code. I called T-mobile and since it wasn't their phone they couldn't unlock it, but said they would have been more than happy too if it was. Call T-Mobile 1-800-937-8997, and ask them if they could give you the subsidy code. If they don't you will have to get an unlock program called MotoBlaze, it costs $20, but works! You will also need a mini usb cable for the phone. If all goes well (and will), you than will need to call Cingular and have them link MMS Messaging and Medianet to your phone. Hope this helps.
The way yo can tell if it's unlocked it's by installing two different types of SIM cards, let's say one from Cingular/ATT and then one for T-Mobile, if they both work...then it's unlocked. They might have not unlocked it properly. Let me know I can try to help