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please help unlock Nokia 3120b!

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by jengreg, Jun 13, 2006.

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  1. jengreg

    jengreg New Member

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    :mad: :( Hi all! Could someone please help me!!?? I have a nokia 3120b. I bought this 28th April 2006 in LA (USA) on the Cingular prepay network. I am now back in New Zealand and cannot register on my NZ vodafone sim card! Cingular say I am locked to theur network and are as helpful as a dead duck. Could someone possibly help me!!?? Many, many thanx in advance!! Cheers, Jen
     
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  2. Telekom

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    http://unlock.nokiafree.org/

    Use the DCT4 unlocker. If it was originally on the cingular network use that as the network. Disregard the stuff about GD1

    Use code #7 and that should open all the locks or use just code #1.

    And note: the 3120b is 850/1800/1900 so if you're attempting to use it on a 900 network such as Voda if they do not use 1800 the phone will be as good as a fancy paperweight. It appears that Voda is both 900 and 1800.
     
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    This board appears to be messed up. I get email notifications of articles like this that are almost four years old! This is not the first time either. The weird thing is that it says there was a response by someone who's not even the last poster to the thread!
     
  4. charlyee

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    The board is not messed up. You got the notification because someone had posted. That post and the post prior to that(which I am sure you got a notification for as well), was deleted for violation WA rules of Spam etc.

    If you don't see any new posts on a thread then it was deleted before you got there.

    Everything works the way it should.

    BlackBerry9700/5.0.0.405 Profile/MIDP-2.1 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/102
     
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  5. M in LA

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    And to add to what Charlyee said, unlock phone threads are frequent targets by spammers. Since it sounds like you are subscribed to a number of these threads (you've posted in), you will get what seems like "ghost" e-mails whenever a spammer has posted something (that a mod has deleted). We tend to fish these spammers out pretty quickly, which is why you find nothing here related to the e-mail notification you received.
     
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  6. M in LA

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    As this is an old thread and a target for unlocking site spammers, this thread is now closed.
     
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