I have missed the 24th preorder date and I was wondering if by any chance even 1 in million manage to get on hold of a payg iphone 4 (uk) from a carrier like orange, 3 etc. Is there a difference having an officially unlocked iphone from apple vs an ultrasn0w etc. unlock device?? (other than any ethical/moral issues ). Any specific stuff that I will not be able to perform with such an unlock?, any downsides like slowdowns (if it’s a 24/7 background running service etc) ?
I know that O2 official unlock iphones for $15, but I haven’t found any certain info on the other carriers. (note: the phone will not be used to UK at all, so some proposed actions from carriers like: “use the phone for 3 months with the carrier and then ask for an unlock” will not work in my case.)
I bought a used 9800 and wanted it unlocked for my network but at the shop they said ten attempts had been made to unlock at some point so the phone is locked to another network so i cant use it.Is there a fix for this.
I'm in Leicester(Lesta) UK. I have a weird problem with a Z3. I can't enter my pin to unlock phone, I can't enter digits on emergency number screen but I can get the camera to come up and take a photo. tried resetting and nothing. So the screen slides up to reveal keypad but I can't enter digits. Can't find anything on forums..
I'm going on 3 days, and about 20 hours trying to unlock this phone.. The only thing I could find was a 15 chapter essay on how to do it but the guy who wrote it obviously skipped a lot of things and uses all kinds of nerd lingo like "YOUR YOUR BBDM?I am wondering if their was any unlock versions written for people who dont have a degree in celluar phone prgramming
Upon Changing the SIM Card, I could not press the # key which was to be used as my PASSWARD to open the Device ( Blackberry Curve 8900 Titanium smartphone)I understood although the # key not appearing on the display but could be actually getting registered and I tried three attempts with my PASSWARD but each time got incorrect Passward message.Subsiquently I removed the SIM card and again tried to Unlock the device. THIS TIME GETTING THE # Key Preessed but now getting 7/10 Enter Passward message for unlocking the BB Device.
Basically my phone wont let me unlock the device because every time i try to enter my password, instead of stars * how my password is usually entered, it comes up with letters. I have entered blackberry on my device and im onto the 7th attempt but dont want to keep trying as its not working. I have try to hold down the alt button as my password is in numbers not letters but even typing in the numbers is not working. Has any1 had this problem and resolved it without losing there entire memory?
I bought a Atrix 2 from Moto online shop without subsidy, it's locked to AT&T network. I'm planning a long trip abroad, and would like to unlock the phone to use other carriers SIM card. But where can I get the unlock code or how to unlock the phone?
I bought a Verizon Blackberry storm 9530, but without the sim card. I was wondering if anyone can help me unlock this phone so i can used it with my t-mobile. I own a t-mobile phone that has a sim card.
Recently I have bought blackberry 9700 bold from O2 network in UK and it is blocked. Actually it is a contract mobile so they will not tell me the way how to unlock it until the contract finishes. So can any one tell me can i unlock it in free?
My device is locked my password will not unlock it. Asks to Enter "blackberry to continue. Which I do. Says Last Attempt! Information will be erased on failure! I select OK. Screen reads: Enter Password (Final Attempt): I enter password and it does not work.
If my phone is locked and I am using a pin number for security, the phone never asks me to input my pin number once I place the phone in the cardock. The phone wakes up, unlocks and goes to the car dock screen. This is a bit scary, if that is all a person has to do to gain access to a locked phone.
My galaxy s5 is locked , it is showing now alternative password option only, no finger print option...., i am not remembering alternative password because i am using only finger print.. how can i unlock my phone...
I can't seem unlock my device using fingerprint or backup password. The fingerprint animation isn't playing and doesn't recognise that I am swiping the home button.I have tried entering the backup password and it says I have entered it incorrectly when I am for certain entered it correctly.Changing keyboards doesn't fix this. Restarting the phone and removing the battery and SD card does not fix this.
I have previously registered for the Google Device Manager and have tried locking my phone, but that doesn't seem to work. Do I need to have an Internet connection or GPS on my phone to do that? If so, I can't connect to the internet or activate GPS due to it being locked. Is there any way around this?
I really don't want to factory reset my phone unless it's the only last option I have.And I have contacted Samsung support regarding this and am waiting for a reply. I will update if they have replied to my message.
I have made it further then most people some can't even get their computer to recognize the phone but anyways to my question. I have unicdma and cdma workshop. I cannot get the unlock code its say unknown. Can someone help me with this. I am and trying to flash cricket.
My galaxy s5 is locked , it is showing now alternative password option only, no figer print option...., i am not remembering alternative password because I am using only finger print.. how can i unlock my phone?
I'm trying to root Galaxy S6 G9200 HongKong Dual Sim edition with CF-Auto Root but it failed and showed:
Installation Failure You need to unlock your device to install a custom OS. For information about how to unlock, please refer to your device information at [URL].... Please press the power key to restart.
I have a nexus 5 running on android 6.0.1.I was trying to root it when I found that the 'Enable oem unlock' option present in the developer options is missing on my device.The nexus root toolkitv2.1.0 also failed to detect my device.