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got this off ebay for a pound so thought i'd share. worked on my e700 first time
Please follow these instructions to UNLOCK your Samsung mobile phones.
Remove Sim card, then replace battery and switch on your mobile
After switch on the phone (when you will get message Insert Sim)
your phone is Samsung D500 / E700 / X600 type in the code #*7337#
if above code doesn't work then please try *#8999*8378#
But if you have Samsung V200 / S300
then type *2767*7822573738#
If you have Samsung S500 / X100 or some older E700ís
then type *2767*688#
if you have Samsung A300 / A800
then type *2767*637#
Now your phone is unlocked (it will reset and should be unlocked for any network.Please remember do not try more than 5 times otherwise your phone will be stuck on that network and you will need to be unlocked with the aid of a cable
Now your phone is unlocked (it will reset and should be unlocked for any network.Please remember do not try more than 5 times otherwise your phone will be stuck on that network and you will need to be unlocked with the aid of a cable[/i][/size][/font][/color][/center][/center][/quote]
is that dont change sim cards more than 5 times, or dont punch the code in more than 5 times?
Just a warning to anyone thinking of giving their IMEI Number and credit card details to a company that you have probably never heard of that is allegedly based in "12 Mahilampoo Salai, Annamalai Nagar, Trichy - 620018, Tamil Nadu, India" after being "recommended" by someone who only has a single post and joined ScoobyNet just a few hours ago on Christmas day!!!!
Leave it until tomorrow, and think carefully about it when you are sober (or in my case, i'll be waiting until Sunday before being sober )
Merry Christmas everybody (and lets be careful out there)
Amazingly it is only recently that the altering/changing of IMEI numbers has become illegal! Home Secretary David Blunkett introduced a new law making re-programming IMEI numbers punishable by up to five years in jail.
...and if you think about it, which IMEI number are you going to change to? You will need to have one that it recognised by one of the airtime providers, and you will need one that isn't already in use otherwise you will be imitating someone else!
Just buy a PAYG from Asda for a tenner - far less hassle.