I reset my iPhone 5s yesterday because my fingerprint bottom is not working. It says that failed every time I was trying to put my print... Now that I reset my phone the fingerprint pass code do not appear in the setting.
I have tried the other day to change the phone security code from the standard 12345 to something else. However when I try to do that I get en "Code Error " on the phone. I would like to mention that the code was never changed and that this phone is brand new (less then 3 weeks old)I have tried in different way from the *#7780# and it asked me to put in the new code and I put 12345 and the I went to change it to something else I get the same "Code error".Also I have tried the *#7370# code which was supposed to reset it, however this failed also.
I know that with the BlackBerry you can rewrite the whole phone software, can the Ovi do the same thing?I have tried to call Nokia and ask for guidance, however they are saying that the CODE WAS CHANGED and that I have to remember the code, which is completly not true.
If i put the battery into my blackberry it turns on and looks normal until it has fully verified the software then the screen goes white and it says reset.. when i click reset it does the same again, and it won't connect ot the computer
I got my kid a new cell phone to replace an old VX8300. Before putting it away or giving it away I was going to wipe out all the old information and hopefully reset it to factory settings.Unfortunately it appears as though one of his friends changed the security code from the default last 4 of the cell number to something else without telling him. Very funny practical joke. Unfortunately my kid has no idea when this happened and his friend does not remember what he changed it to.
I tried every 4 digit combo I can think of and nothing worked. Verizon told me there was nothing they could do. They say they have no master code to reset it and they can't plug it in and reset it manually either.Is this true? Is this phone locked forever? I don't want to figure out what the old code was. I don't care to. All I want to do is to reset the entire thing. Is there no way to do this once that code is changed? If so then Verizon and LG should make that abundantly clear to people because the odds of someone changing that code and completely hosing their phone is not that low.
I have acquired the curve for work from a person who is now gone. I attempted to set up voicemail and personal greeting but I do not know the passcode. Is there anyway to get past that so that I can put in my own passcode and set up voicemail and greeting?
I have a sony Ericsson T303, and I don't know the unlock code for the handset. I spoke to SE on the phone and flashed the phone using their update software. They said if this doesn't reset it, I have to send it off to them which will cost me £25. I followed a number of instructions on internet to reset that code using XS++ software. But I don't think my phone is compatible with that, because after it tells me "port opened" it tells me "did not receive 0x5a, continuing.." and then basically everything ends there. Can anyone pleaaaaaaaase save me sending my phone off and spending that money, by telling me a simple way I can get round my handset code? I'm sure that can't be the only solution.