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  1. #1
    Drew
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    I own a 6215i which I bought off Ebay, however, it has a user password lock
    on it. I tried the normal default passwords (1234, 1111, ect). Could the
    people at Verizon do it even though the phone wasn't orginally registered to
    me?





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  2. #2
    Richard Colton
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    Re: Password Problem


    "Drew" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >I own a 6215i which I bought off Ebay, however, it has a user password lock
    >on it. I tried the normal default passwords (1234, 1111, ect). Could the
    >people at Verizon do it even though the phone wasn't orginally registered
    >to me?


    Neither of those are Nokia default codes. Try 12345, or find an independent
    unlocker who can reset it for you.

    --
    <<< Unlock Your Phone's Potential >>>
    <<< www.uselessinfo.org.uk >>>
    <<< www.thephonelocker.co.uk >>>
    <<< www.gsm-solutions.co.uk >>>





  3. #3
    Drew
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    Re: Password Problem

    I was loking around and all the ones i could find asked for the IMEI code.
    I'm unable to get it (by pressing *#06#) because it's locked




    > Neither of those are Nokia default codes. Try 12345, or find an
    > independent unlocker who can reset it for you.
    >
    > --
    > <<< Unlock Your Phone's Potential >>>
    > <<< www.uselessinfo.org.uk >>>
    > <<< www.thephonelocker.co.uk >>>
    > <<< www.gsm-solutions.co.uk >>>
    >






  4. #4
    J.O. Aho
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    Re: Password Problem

    Drew wrote:
    > I own a 6215i which I bought off Ebay, however, it has a user password lock
    > on it. I tried the normal default passwords (1234, 1111, ect). Could the
    > people at Verizon do it even though the phone wasn't orginally registered to
    > me?


    Did you ask the seller?


    //Aho



  5. #5
    Drew
    Guest

    Re: Password Problem


    he wont reply to my emails. Ive tried to get in touch with him for a week.
    I'm thinking I will take it to the Verizon place and see if there is service
    still on it.. if there is, I may have to wait for it to run out before they
    can do anything. If the service already is canceled on it, I don't see why
    they couldn't do it


    > Did you ask the seller?
    >
    >
    > //Aho






  6. #6
    Me
    Guest

    Re: Password Problem

    "Drew" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >I was loking around and all the ones i could find asked for the IMEI code.
    >I'm unable to get it (by pressing *#06#) because it's locked
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >> Neither of those are Nokia default codes. Try 12345, or find an
    >> independent unlocker who can reset it for you.
    >>
    >> --
    >> <<< Unlock Your Phone's Potential >>>
    >> <<< www.uselessinfo.org.uk >>>
    >> <<< www.thephonelocker.co.uk >>>
    >> <<< www.gsm-solutions.co.uk >>>
    >>

    >

    Verizon phones are CDMA, GSM/UMTS phones only have an IMEI. You don't need
    to look for SIM lock codes.





  7. #7
    Drew
    Guest

    Re: Password Problem

    Can anyone point me to someone who can unlock it? I've looked and only have
    found GSM unlockers. I just need a user password reset



    > Verizon phones are CDMA, GSM/UMTS phones only have an IMEI. You don't need
    > to look for SIM lock codes.
    >






  8. #8

    Re: Password Problem

    On Sat, 25 Nov 2006 12:10:33 -0600, "Drew" <[email protected]> wrote this
    with the utmost thought:

    >
    >he wont reply to my emails. Ive tried to get in touch with him for a week.
    >I'm thinking I will take it to the Verizon place and see if there is service
    >still on it.. if there is, I may have to wait for it to run out before they
    >can do anything. If the service already is canceled on it, I don't see why
    >they couldn't do it
    >
    >
    >> Did you ask the seller?
    >>
    >>


    Have you bought a stolen/lost 'phone that's been offloaded onto you?

    Have a look under the battery for the IMEI and email that to Verizon and see
    what response you get.




  9. #9
    Drew
    Guest

    Re: Password Problem

    They are alot of nubers under there. How many digits should it be? Should it
    start/end with anything?



    > Have a look under the battery for the IMEI and email that to Verizon and
    > see
    > what response you get.
    >






  10. #10

    Re: Password Problem

    On Sat, 25 Nov 2006 19:45:59 -0600, "Drew" <[email protected]> wrote this
    with the utmost thought:

    >They are alot of numbers under there. How many digits should it be? Should it
    >start/end with anything?
    >
    >
    >
    >> Have a look under the battery for the IMEI and email that to Verizon and
    >> see
    >> what response you get.
    >>

    >


    Strangely enough, the 'phones I've just looked at all start IMEI : and then
    the number of 15 or 16 digits. I'd be suspicious if that numbers missing
    though there are genuine reasons for it not being there.




  11. #11
    Me
    Guest

    Re: Password Problem

    <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On Sat, 25 Nov 2006 19:45:59 -0600, "Drew" <[email protected]> wrote this
    > with the utmost thought:
    >
    >>They are alot of numbers under there. How many digits should it be? Should
    >>it
    >>start/end with anything?
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>> Have a look under the battery for the IMEI and email that to Verizon and
    >>> see
    >>> what response you get.
    >>>

    >>

    >
    > Strangely enough, the 'phones I've just looked at all start IMEI : and
    > then
    > the number of 15 or 16 digits. I'd be suspicious if that numbers missing
    > though there are genuine reasons for it not being there.
    >

    And the phones you've looked at include CDMA (or Japanese JDC or US TDMA)
    phones? Surely all have some sort of a serial number but not all have an
    IMEI.





  12. #12

    Re: Password Problem

    On Mon, 27 Nov 2006 06:01:19 GMT, "Me" <[email protected]> wrote this with the
    utmost thought:

    ><[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >> On Sat, 25 Nov 2006 19:45:59 -0600, "Drew" <[email protected]> wrote this
    >> with the utmost thought:
    >>
    >>>They are alot of numbers under there. How many digits should it be? Should
    >>>it
    >>>start/end with anything?
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>> Have a look under the battery for the IMEI and email that to Verizon and
    >>>> see
    >>>> what response you get.
    >>>>
    >>>

    >>
    >> Strangely enough, the 'phones I've just looked at all start IMEI : and
    >> then
    >> the number of 15 or 16 digits. I'd be suspicious if that numbers missing
    >> though there are genuine reasons for it not being there.
    >>

    >And the phones you've looked at include CDMA (or Japanese JDC or US TDMA)
    >phones? Surely all have some sort of a serial number but not all have an
    >IMEI.
    >

    Okay I should have added ESN as it's a US 'phone and not GSM. Presumably
    the ESN prefixes the number. At least I've tried to give the guy a pointer
    as why his 'phone might not work.




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