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Sanyo S-1 MSL Anyone??

Discussion in 'Sprint Forum' started by Hatchetman41527, May 15, 2009.

  1. Hatchetman41527

    Hatchetman41527 Junior Member
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    Hi,

    Looking for the MSL for the sanyo S-1. I have alltel, but need a working phone, and this is the only one I have.

    If anyone can help, it would be awesome.
     
  2. Hatchetman41527

    Hatchetman41527 Junior Member
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    Hi all,

    No replies yet?

    Maybe I can clarify a little on what I am looking for.


    I have a sprint branded Sanyo S-1. I use Alltel currently, and have damaged my palm beyond repair. So, I need the MSL (Master Subsidy Lock) code to unlock the S-1 to ber setup for Alltel service.

    I have done this before with other Sprint phones with no problems whatsoever.

    If there is a Sprint guru on here willing to help me out, please PM me or email me.

    Thanks

    EDIT: Personal E-Mails are not allowed.
     
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  3. AnthroMatt

    AnthroMatt Big Meanie
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    You can always try calling Sprint to ask if they will give it to you. Without having an account with them I suspect that might be tough.

    If you have a data cable and the S1 is compatible with bitpim you could also get your MSL that way.
     
  4. nightvoyager

    nightvoyager New Member

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    MSL's are phone dependent. They are all unique to the phone....
     
  5. Telscape

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    Let me see, if I can help, please provide the Dec. ESN#.
     

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