90% of people coming to this blog comes to read how to unlock huawei modems http://www.ruchirablog.com/unlocking-huawei-hspa-modem-for-free/ that post is viral and I’m getting about 1000 views a day on that post.
So heres another unlock process! This time its windows mobile! Using this method you can easily unlock AT&T or any carrier locked Samsung Jack I637 , Samsung Epix I907 and Samsung Omnia I900
Traditionally to unlock those phones you need to get unlock code. If you are in USA AT&T will give you the code if you called them but for other countries its not possible. You can get unlock codes on ebay for about $1.50 and upwards but lets save it and go DIY,
- This wont work for Samsung Blackjack II I617
- It wont make harm to your phone but if it doesnt work 2 times dont try doing same 3rd time because it may lock you phone and may not be easily unlocked thereafter!
Power on your mobile phone without simcard and type *#7465625# on home screen. It will show the lock status. And its just for your information
In this method we need to fool the phone. I mean we need to enter a lock code to it so even if that already locked our lock will overwrite the old lock.
- From the Today or Home screen, type in *7465625*638*#
It will prompt you a dialog contain 3 boxes.
2. Enter the Mobile Network Code (MNC) in the 1st and 2nd field= 310410 Thats AT&Ts network code and it will be fine for all networks. When entering it you might only see asterisks but enter it correctly and it wont be a problem
3. In the last field, enter 12345678 Thats our unlock code! You are fooling your phone
4. Then press OK and it will tell you that sim lock is enabled!
Now here is the real unlocking part.
1. From the Home screen, type #7465625*638*#
2. Enter the unlock code we assigned earlier 12345678 and OK it.
Voila your phone is now unlocked
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