- 08-03-2004, 11:26 PM #11Junior Member
- 08-07-2004, 12:39 AM #12Newbie
thank you for that code it worked on my phone
- 08-11-2004, 07:29 PM #13Newbie
I tried #0111*00000000# to my X426 as well, my phone is now completely locked (only SOS call is allowed). Called Samsung, they said the pone must be sent for repairing.
If you know a solution to unlock the phone, please help.
If you are thinking to try this code to X426, please don't do it.
- 08-11-2004, 11:08 PM #14Junior Member
I may be able to help you. If you are still having problems, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send you a detailed message which will solve your problem completely, God willing
The code works for the X426 Firmware 1.7 but its quirky in the sense that you must not have resent anything before applying it. In other words if you applied it to a factory new phone on which you have not applied any samsung reset codes successfully, it works kike a charm.
But if you applied another code that resets its eeprom or some other major memory area then you need to do something else.
So please let me know and I will tell you and hopefully it will work. I say that because the same thing happened to me as well a few days ago and I was able to get past it.
PS. I tried to send you an email but it wouldn't allow me. I guess you have it blocked
- 08-11-2004, 11:10 PM #15Junior Member
ooops...I mean to say the code works on the X426 version 1.6 and perhaps on 1.7 as well (I think 1.6 if dor AT&T and 1.7 for the Cingular version of X426, both versions being the same in effect)
Any questions, please email me. or write here. I will periodically look up here and answer.
- 08-12-2004, 12:21 AM #16Newbie
I have a 1.6 Version and the code below worked with no issues !!!!
I must thank this forum for posting the soultion
- 08-12-2004, 07:28 AM #17
Ok, let me explain this. The reason it has said locked, return for servicing when using this code is that the phone has detected an innacurate password. This means that you have changed the password of your phone from the default 00000000 to some other set of numbers. If you use the stack reset code listed above (thanks for the good advice), it will give you a "second chance." There is also a complete reset code you may want to try, as returning the phone will allow them to know what you have tried to do. This code only works due to the fact that Samsung phones are programmed to allow you to use the password as an unlock code as long as the password has not been changed (telling the phone that it is no longer a factory set phone). So feel free to change any other settings, just reset the password to 0000000, do the code, then feel free to change it to any value. It ONLY has to be 00000000 during the unlock process. If there are any other problems, please direct your pms to me or email me at email@example.com
- 08-12-2004, 09:43 AM #18Junior Member
Like a few others, I tried to unlock an x426 with the 1.6 firmware and wound up with a very locked phone. The password was never changed from the default (00000000). I found a guy a few states away that says he can fix it but I'd rather not have to ship the phone. What is the complete reset code? Is it the *2767*FULL# that everyone says not to use?
- 08-12-2004, 09:47 AM #19
yeah. Make sure you take out your sim.
-EDIT- Unless you have a data cable, you will have to contact your service provider to return your phone from being locked. I am no longer in the process of helping this person, so pleaase do not post your email expecting an immediate response
Last edited by roswell108; 08-14-2004 at 04:49 AM.
- 08-12-2004, 09:53 AM #20Junior Member