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msfiregreen919

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#11784 11-Feb-2007 17:52
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there is a site that generates codes to unlock phones. are these sites somekind of trick. meaning, that if i put in the number it ask for, are they going to bake a burnout or a steal some information?Wink

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#60440 11-Feb-2007 17:55
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Good question. Since you are asking it in the CDMA forums I'd say you don't need an unlock code, since CDMA operators do not connect phones from other networks.






 

 

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  #60442 11-Feb-2007 17:59
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i don't understand. the phone is a nokia 6100, i don't even know what a cdma is i just thought since i had a? about a phone i should ask there.Wink

 
 
 
 


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  #60444 11-Feb-2007 18:01
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i mean 6030 nokia

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  #60445 11-Feb-2007 18:14
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i have idea what forum this falls under. i don't know about comps or phones. that is why i came here, so i can be informed. if you know about this sort of thing please let me know. i don't want someone stealing my information or crating a burnout of my phone. it has nothing to do with changing carriers. i locked the phone so that i would not accidently dial and then forgot the code. now i can't use my phone.

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  #60446 11-Feb-2007 18:37
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every cellphone in existence i know of has a keyguard that doesnt require a PIN to deactivate to allow you to safeguard against accidental calls.

Are you sure its not this? Or did you actually use a 4 digit PIN to lock it? Is the phone locked, or is the SIM locked?







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  #60452 11-Feb-2007 19:04
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i put in 4 digits to lock it.

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  #60455 11-Feb-2007 19:10
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i was also trying to ask this about a sanyo because i got 1 from my boyfriend and he could not remember the code and phone was not in use for a while but i am not able to get to a store and when i called they told me i had to come into a store. so i got this suncom plan and a nokia phone that i locked and i was trying to put in a certain number but when i went to unlock it it said invalid. i tried a couple of numbers and none of them right. i don't know what hit.

 
 
 
 


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#60456 11-Feb-2007 19:14
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The easiest way to unlock a phone is contact the operator (Sprint, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile or AT&T/Cingular) directly, depending on your plan.

Check what operator you are using and contact them directly. They will probide instructions to unlock the phone or a repair agent that can do this for you.





 

 

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