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Topic # 4848 2-Sep-2005 12:55
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i got a sgh-d500 sent as a gift from uncle.He has used it in england with t-mobile network. i liv in nz, i tried using vodafone nz sim card with this fone i get the same msg evry time "network lock" i am supposed to put 8 digit keys in that. i tried some of your keys but didnt work. i cant use * and # buttons. i can only use 1-10 digit keys. is there any place in nz where i can unlock my phone for cheap prices. Please help.

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Reply # 19528 2-Sep-2005 13:03
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Welcome to Geekzone...

You have to use a code sent by the original network operator - in this case T-Mobile. If the phone is locked to a contract you may have to pay the contract before receiving this code.





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  Reply # 19577 3-Sep-2005 15:40
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Get new firmware flashed to the handset and that will fix the issue

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 19608 4-Sep-2005 14:00
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i dnt know how to flash the fone, i dont have the serial cable but i can get it where do i get the firmware from please help.

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Reply # 19609 4-Sep-2005 14:54
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try muppet on here he is in the know!!

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Reply # 19937 11-Sep-2005 03:36
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i can't find my network lock wa mst i do.

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  Reply # 19951 11-Sep-2005 14:12
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unlock it by flashing the firmware

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