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# 77079 10-Feb-2011 18:59
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Hey all , have got a OKTA Touch VOGU100 running 6.5 trying to connect it to telecom network , put in the ##778# code and then it asks for the unlock code - any idea what that might be?Telecom have no idea.

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  # 437941 10-Feb-2011 19:19
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1234
0000
1111
or the last 4 digits of your cell phone number. I always try these ones first.

[edit]: removed other hint because I think its against T&C's to post unlock codes? But these ones are just general knowledge for geeks.




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  # 437943 10-Feb-2011 19:24
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enahs77: Hey all , have got a OKTA Touch VOGU100 running 6.5 trying to connect it to telecom network , put in the ##778# code and then it asks for the unlock code - any idea what that might be?Telecom have no idea.



Unfortunately, the SPC could be anything depending on which ROM is installed; it's also against the FUG to request unlock codes of this sort etc.




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  # 437947 10-Feb-2011 19:27
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thanks but no luck ,tried them all is wonk even think about it but when i put in 6 didgits it thinks about it so guessing its 6 long?



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  # 437950 10-Feb-2011 19:32
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its ROM version 2.00.V12.ROM wwe and hardware version 0001, Any idea who would be best to get the number from ?

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  # 437975 10-Feb-2011 20:20
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Unfortunately not, as you'd need to find out which custom ROM was flashed, or contact the person you obtained it from to see if they know.




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  # 438119 11-Feb-2011 08:10
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If it's a CDMA Touch then you will need to take it into the Telecom store for them to get it working.  As they won't give you the SPC, and if it's not a telecom NZ phone you won't be able to register it in NZ on the CDMA network.




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  # 438128 11-Feb-2011 08:32
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If it's indeed branded as OKTA then it's New Zealand-originated. The fact you are running Windows Mobile 6.5 implies this is not the original ROM.

If you take to Telecom they will send away to reflash with an original ROM, so back to 6.1... And a bill since this is no longer under warranty.





 
 
 
 




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  # 438201 11-Feb-2011 10:10
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Its been used in NZ up to mid january but old owner says he never had a lock code on it, telecom store had no idea and also no luck with them on the phone either - someone must know what they are.They did the same for my other OKTA running 6.1.I thought it would just be standard programming number?

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