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Topic # 6370 19-Jan-2006 19:46
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Hi, just recieved new phone from overseas currently locked to the 3 Network. Any ideas how to unlock it or where to look? USB Cable came with phone but my PC isnt recognising it when I connect it.... possibly faulty.

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  Reply # 26793 20-Jan-2006 12:00
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At the moment if you unlock a Moto V980 it will be converted to V975. And no updates yet on putting the V980 software into it again. Cheers!

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  Reply # 26794 20-Jan-2006 12:07
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There is a company called Mutal mobile or something like this on K Road and also Mt Eden Road they are very good with Motorola Handsets.


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 26799 20-Jan-2006 12:59
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Thanks guys. Is there anything wrong with it converting to a V975? Will it still be able to do the stuff I thought I was getting with the V980? eg: 3g, pxt etc.... I have found someone on Trademe that said they can unlock it for $40, shall I check it out more before I get it done? I just want to be able to put my old Sim2 in and go.

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  Reply # 26806 20-Jan-2006 14:17
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With V975 you can still do video calling, wap and pxt. But not Mobile TV, Streaming on Voda Live! (which eats a lot of $$$ of course). Haven't checked those people on TradeMe.

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