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A Story about how T-Mobile ****** up my S105

Discussion in 'SAMSUNG' started by newsbyteens, Dec 7, 2002.

  1. newsbyteens

    newsbyteens Junior Member
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    A Story about how T-Mobile F U C K E D up my S105

    Well, I am traveling to Europe next week and I needed to get my phone unlocked, I requested the code, and I never got it... So I called in again and asked why I didnt get it, so the rep went and got it for me and walked me through step by step... Now of course she has to give me the wrong code and probably fries my phone, but now the only thing I can do is make SOS calls and my phone displays Phone Locked Return For Servicing... so now I have to wait for a new phone... Does anyone know how to fix this?

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  2. Sniffher

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    Ask the customer service rep for Level 2 support.

    What needs to be done is a sequence need to be entered followed by the correct service provider unlock code. This will get you going.

    The sequence code aKa secret codes is just a way for you to be able to access the unlock menu/option - nothing else.

    Even though the phone says locked... it will respond when it see the right sequence.

    Hope this helps.... hack and share the sequence with all of us, if it works.

    EXAMPLE NOT FOR S100 or S105 for SGH600

    *#06# -> Show IMEI
    *#9999# -> Show Software Version
    *#0837# -> Show Software Version (instructions)
    *#0001# -> Show Serial Parameters
    *#9125# -> Activates the smiley when charging.

    *#9998*228# -> Battery status (capacity, voltage, temperature)
    *#9998*246# -> Program status
    *#9998*289# -> Change Alarm Buzzer Frequency
    *#9998*324# -> Debug screens
    *#9998*364# -> Watchdog
    *#9998*377# -> EEPROM Error Stack - Use side keys to select values. Cancel and ok.
    *#9998*427# -> Trace Watchdog
    *#9998*523# -> Change LCD contrast - Only with version G60RL01W
    *#9998*544# -> Jig detect
    *#9998*636# -> Memory status
    *#9998*746# -> SIM File Size
    *#9998*778# -> SIM Service Table
    *#9998*785# -> RTK (Run Time Kernel) errors - if ok then phn is reset, info is put in memory error. *#9998*786# -> Run, Last UP, Last DOWN
    *#9998*837# -> Software Version
    *#9998*842# -> Test Vibrator - Flash the screenligth during 10 seconds and vibration activated.
    *#9998*862# -> Vocoder Reg - Normal, Earphone or carkit can be selected
    *#9998*872# -> Diag
    *#9998*947# -> Reset On Fatal Error
    *#9998*999# -> Last/Chk
     

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