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hi guys, any help will be appreciated got a sony erricons c905, and its just gone boom, phone is not getting any signal so now its useless, however the phone is unlocked, i did this with the aerix … Read More
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
hi guys, any help will be appreciated

got a sony erricons c905, and its just gone boom, phone is not getting any signal so now its useless, however the phone is unlocked, i did this with the aerix unlocked posted on this site a while ago

anyone know if its possible to lock the phone again? reason being i know unlocking a phone will not break it ( its been done for 2 months besides, not recently when the problem has occured ) however who i bought it off ( dodgy company ) will not take it back unlocked as they have said any unlocking is tampering with the phone, any way of locking it back so i can send it back to them to fix? or is it not possible?
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
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#1
not sure if restore to factory settigs would help???
#2
Not sure you can now on a sony ericsson. They say that, just to put you off doing it. Sure they wont know or check.
#3
You mean changing the IMEI? its not possible with a M2 handset,plus what happens when you try and make a call and what does it say on the screen

spitroast
#4
Friend had a sony ericsson unlocked,was working perfectly then they updated the firmware from SE site and phone relocked
#5
They got theirs unlocked by a shop,it was a w350,the seus relocked it as you've said,so that should work for OP
#6
cheers lads, updated the firmware a few times before and it didnt lock it again, will look into this seus thing :)
#7
swafe
cheers lads, updated the firmware a few times before and it didnt lock it again, will look into this seus thing :)


seus is SE update service :?

And less of the lads lol :thumbsup:
#8
oh dear haha

updated it over the air, trying the update program now via cable :0
#9
spit roast
You mean changing the IMEI?

spitroast


Hmmm,I'm still trying to figure out where this theory came into it :roll: Thought there may have been a response earlier :roll:
#10
ok, so sues DOESNT lock the phone

but it seems to have fixed it, so cant complain too much

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