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elsi Avatar
6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
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Please note - I accept NO responsibility for this SO YOU TRY IT AT YOUR OWN RISK.

You can unlock your phone by following these instructions properly. I have done and it DOES work!

Follow these simple instructions -

I have sometimes ended up in German Language but the phone was unlocked

How to change from German to English

Menu --> Settings (Last Icon - 3rd Row -- 3rd Column)--> Language ( 3rd Line ) --> Text Language(Line1 -- Change to English) & Input Mode (Line2 -- Change to English)

1. First do a CUSTOM reset: *2767*2878# (star 2767 star 2878 hash) and then turn off the phone.

2. Take out the battery and sim and put wrong network SIM and insert a HALF of it,ie half in and half out and slip the battery in behind it. This is important so it won't ask for network password and shows "Insert SIM" message.

3. Now put the battery ,and switch the phone on (phone shows "Insert SIM" message).

4. Without turning off the phone, push the sim fully in. At this stage the phone is still asking to "Insert SIM"

5. Make a FULL reset by typing: *2767*3855# (star 2767 star 3855 hash)

6. The phone should reboot working with "wrong" sim inside.

7. Make a Change the NCK password to 8 zeros by typing: *7465625*638*00000000*00000000#
(star 7465625 star 638 star 8zeros star 8zeros hash)

8. Now Disable network lock By typing: #7465625*638*00000000# (hash 7465625 star 638 star 8zeros hash)

9. You can check the unlock has worked by typing this in *#7465625# (star hash 7465625 hash) This gives you a menu that you can scroll through.

The only thing I would add to the above clear instructions is in step 4, what you need to do is with the phone on carefully lift the battery at the SIM end ensuring that you do not break the electrical contact with the phone at the other end. This gives you the bit of room to get a small flat headed screwdriver under the battery to push the half in SIM fully in.

Also on step 6: my phone took about 10 seconds to go from the full reset confirmation message to starting a reboot, so be a little patient between steps, it does not reboot instantaneously.
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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
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1 Like #1
Watch out for wiped all zeros IMEI'S and temporary unlock

spitroast
#2
LOL tried this myself works fine not temp unlock
(look again at step 8)

does not wipe the imei unlike the infamous #*7337#

but you wont know that cos your a professional unlocker :p ay?
#3
elsi
LOL tried this myself works fine not temp unlock
(look again at step 8)

does not wipe the imei unlike the infamous #*7337#

but you wont know that cos your a professional unlocker :p ay?
I know this cause i am a profeesional unlocker has you put it and i don't mess around with crap like this

spitroast
#4
i know you from simalert lol your posts would always crack me up
when someone would post something regarding free unlocking
you would start crying about how much you spend on unlock boxes lol.

still wearing glasses and spiky hair?
1 Like #5
elsi
i know you from simalert lol your posts would always crack me up
when someone would post something regarding free unlocking
you would start crying about how much you spend on unlock boxes lol.

still wearing glasses and spiky hair?
I never cry how much ive spent it's always invesments it just pee's me of many think that all mobiles can be unlocked for free rant over

spitroast
#6
Hi Elsi!

I have tried the info you gave and so far I can get to point 6 with the fone rebooting with the new sim in.

Once I get to the stage of changing the password by entering *7465625*638*00000000*00000000#
I am not able to enter any zero's after the 638* as this comes up with the - sign.

Are you able to give me some more details please on how to get round this??

Many thanks. :)

Sonnypon
#7
thankyou very much love this xxx worked like a dream xxx
#8
hi
i not getting any thing, can you explain little bit briefly from the first step pls....
#9
Hi, it worked until step 7, after I completed step 7 it said:
"INPUTS DO NOT MATCH"

What to do? :(
#10
Thanks works a treat.
#11
I also got 'Inputs do not match' after step 7. Anything I could be doing wrong?

T-Mobile UK Samsung E1120, changing to giffgaff network sim.
#12
works great at step 6
Step 7 wrong password does not unlock any more tips?
#13
It worked perfectly, nice post.

Thanks
#14
YES!!, it worked until step 7 Phone shows>>
"INPUTS DO NOT MATCH"
Why?
#15
:{step 8 does not work, and step 5 makes it only a temp unlock so pretty much useless
#16
I get "INPUTS DO NOT MATCH" after step 7. It's only a temporary unlock. Better than nothing anyway. Thank you
#17
I also get "INPUTS DO NOT MATCH" at step 7. When i check with step 9 it says "network lock - Active" and all the rest are inactive
#18
hi. have tried this unblock. at disabling network lock i got a 'wrong password' message.
step 9 - in the menu network lock is active. is this a prob?
#19
Wow^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Just wooooooooow
#20
timtom13
Wow^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Just wooooooooow


it worked?
#21
tried that but when i put the code in to disable the network lock (step 8) it says wrong code,can you help, tnx
#22
Hi, My mobile phone (Samsung E1120) is freezed. Could you please advise me how I can solve this problem.

Thanks
Reza
#23
i have unlocked mine but after i switched off the phone the phone says that networkcode and i type it and the phone says that phone freeze
#24
I also went all the way through it then got network lock active at the top of the scroll menu, is this right and whats the next step
#25
hi, worked fine until the password stage, can't get past this, any ideas? what happens is, it takes my sim, but when phoned is turned off and on again, you have to go through the whole procedure again.
#26
amazinggg............it worked, feeling lyk am an engenieerr ...lol:p
#27
yhhh this worked i am so happy yhhh<3
#28
Thanks for posting; but i'm another one of those pain in the ****,s, who can't get it working. I can use another sim temporarily; but when I turn off, it ask's for original sim.

Any Thoughts..

thank you
#29
Woohooo!!!
it actuaallyyyyyyyyy wooooooooooorks!!!
i am very hapy
#30
Thank you worked perfectly.
#31
That was amazing. It worked without me having to change any of the passwords, thanks x
#32
Thanks ver much - i was unable to unlock a phone which had been sold to me by orange as new but had messages on it.

Edited By: cuzzy on Nov 10, 2011 19:36
#33
hi else, steps number does no good, it says INPUTS DO NOT MATCH. Can you please advise this steps?
#34
how do step 4?
#35
Worked perfectly. I love the internet. Saved myself so much money over the years doing things myself i would have had to pay for before. Thanks man.
#36
spit roast
elsi
i know you from simalert lol your posts would always crack me up
when someone would post something regarding free unlocking
you would start crying about how much you spend on unlock boxes lol.

still wearing glasses and spiky hair?
I never cry how much ive spent it's always invesments it just pee's me of many think that all mobiles can be unlocked for free rant over

spitroast


I don't see why people think getting paid stupid quantities of profit for clicking a button is a god given right.

Most of the unlocking places where I live (i.e every one other than one) cannot even do basic repairs (Dunno how that is at all professional). Cannot even resolder a sdcard socket on (I managed it with a hairdryer and great difficulty but with the right solder station it would have been easy.)

Don't mind paying for people who make the software. (Or 100% profit on top of the direct costs) i.e max of €2 (For dcunlocker operation that costs one credit). £5 for a testpoint setool (+ 15$ for credits).

Unlock pretty much anything for £250 (ipmart including import duty pay less if you get it in bits).

I think what I have spent has paid for itself already. (Won't pay for dcunlocker rip off - the trick it uses for Huawei Android I think I can work out. (And release a free unlock method).
1 Like #37
unrandomsam
spit roast
elsi
i know you from simalert lol your posts would always crack me up
when someone would post something regarding free unlocking
you would start crying about how much you spend on unlock boxes lol.

still wearing glasses and spiky hair?
I never cry how much ive spent it's always invesments it just pee's me of many think that all mobiles can be unlocked for free rant over

spitroast


I don't see why people think getting paid stupid quantities of profit for clicking a button is a god given right.

Most of the unlocking places where I live (i.e every one other than one) cannot even do basic repairs (Dunno how that is at all professional). Cannot even resolder a sdcard socket on (I managed it with a hairdryer and great difficulty but with the right solder station it would have been easy.)

Don't mind paying for people who make the software. (Or 100% profit on top of the direct costs) i.e max of €2 (For dcunlocker operation that costs one credit). £5 for a testpoint setool (+ 15$ for credits).

Unlock pretty much anything for £250 (ipmart including import duty pay less if you get it in bits).

I think what I have spent has paid for itself already. (Won't pay for dcunlocker rip off - the trick it uses for Huawei Android I think I can work out. (And release a free unlock method).
LOL its not always that simply has clicking a button! ive invested thousends into and im not forcing you to go to me or any other unlocker

spitroast
#38
So the next time any tradesman charges me for doing work with tools he has had for years I can argue he is making too much profit on equipment and experience.
I've invested in SE and Samsung Unlocker, total of £200. The SE is carp but the sammie one works great. However I do see it as an investment purely for my use but if it was used to turn a profit in a 'professional' capacity I would charge for the job.
People only get miffed because many older phone could be done for free and you can jail break things like iPhones for free.
#39
This worked a treat, although it sounded wacky at first - especially the bit about the SIM half-in, and then pushing it fully in with the battery still connected - but I followed the hint about using the screwdriver to push in the sim card - and voila! Magic.
#40
Hi,

An old lady in my village had one of these phones that came up with "phone locked". Searched and found this thread.

I literally pulled out the sim and did the steps 1 to 7 and step 9 and then powered off the phone and pushed in the sim and powered on again. It worked.

Thank you. This lady was distraught that she thought she had locked her phone and lost her credit. Her daughter (38 year old!) had played with it and could not remember how she had locked it! This solved everything - Huge thanks.

Ian.

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