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How to unlock my phone because i don't rmember my lock code

My phone was stolen and i just got it back and can't get in to it because it is locked

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  • jason ray Nov 02, 2007

    i for got the lock code

  • ameda Nov 03, 2007

    My Siemens A62 orange phone is locked because i forgot the code. I have not even used the phone

  • Anonymous Jun 03, 2008

    pleaseeee

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Plse tell me how to unlock

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