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  1. #1
    Ryan Shelton
    Guest
    Hi everyone.
    Just tried to unlock a 6210 using the code calculator i was sold but i
    understand that after 5 tries only a cable will unlock the phone?
    its currently locked to 02 so i put the imei number in etc etc and iv tried
    it 4 times but it says code error.
    Is there a code guranteed to work?
    How do people on ebay do it without their customers telling them 4 times the
    code doesnt work?
    Any help?
    Thanks
    Ryan





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  2. #2
    ROBERT STOKER
    Guest

    Re: unlocking a 6210

    The only way that I know of unlocking a phone is to drop it down to your
    local shop who will do it for 10

    However, all O2 and Bt Cellnet phones are unlocked! So there is no need.


    "Ryan Shelton" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi everyone.
    > Just tried to unlock a 6210 using the code calculator i was sold but i
    > understand that after 5 tries only a cable will unlock the phone?
    > its currently locked to 02 so i put the imei number in etc etc and iv

    tried
    > it 4 times but it says code error.
    > Is there a code guranteed to work?
    > How do people on ebay do it without their customers telling them 4 times

    the
    > code doesnt work?
    > Any help?
    > Thanks
    > Ryan
    >
    >






  3. #3

    Re: unlocking a 6210

    On Wed, 7 Apr 2004 13:32:51 +0000 (UTC), "ROBERT STOKER"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >The only way that I know of unlocking a phone is to drop it down to your
    >local shop who will do it for 10
    >
    >However, all O2 and Bt Cellnet phones are unlocked! So there is no need.
    >
    >

    AFAIK only contract phones are unlocked and even then certain SPs
    would lock them. Easiest unlock for a 6210 is cable as its DCT3.


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