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Topic # 11183 8-Jan-2007 14:59
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Hey, just wondering if anyone knew, or if anyone knows where to find, an unlocking pin code for the Sanyo 8100?

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  Reply # 57231 8-Jan-2007 15:34
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indapie2000: Hey, just wondering if anyone knew, or if anyone knows where to find, an unlocking pin code for the Sanyo 8100?


Generally the Pin is the last four digits of the current programmed Mobile number cheers. If that however does not work I would suggest taking it to a Telecom dealer and they should be able to help.

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  Reply # 57233 8-Jan-2007 16:10
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As the last poster says the last 4 digits is the default pin, however if this does not work, then Telecom or a Dealer Store will need to send it to Telegistics, of which will incur a $25 fee. You may ask a dealer to reprogram the phone as this can reset the pin (if re nammed twice) but from memory this does not work on the 8100.

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Reply # 57234 8-Jan-2007 16:15
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works fine on 8100 as far as i can remember! :-)

just nam the phone with a new number (then back to old one if necessary), and bingo - your PIN is last four digits of phone number.

Get a Telecom dealer to do it for you, the codes arent allowed to be posted here.




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