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  1. #1
    The Supreme Enchanter
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    (Sprint) Sanyo SPC-5500: ##843461

    You type this number in and hit ok/menu. Then you can change the phone
    number and stuff. An easy way to get the lock out code is change your
    number (or get a new number or port a number over or tell the CS rep your
    phone won't work so they will try reprogramming it). The CS rep will give
    you it first to type into your phone. It is dependednt on model of the
    phone and carrier. Some web sites charge $15 or more for a lock code.

    If you have any, reply back to this thread and I will add them to the
    FAQ.






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  2. #2
    Scott Stephenson
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    Re: Master Lock codes: Sanyo SPC-5500: ##843461. Do you have any to add?????


    "The Supreme Enchanter" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > (Sprint) Sanyo SPC-5500: ##843461
    >
    > You type this number in and hit ok/menu. Then you can change the

    phone
    > number and stuff. An easy way to get the lock out code is change your
    > number (or get a new number or port a number over or tell the CS rep your
    > phone won't work so they will try reprogramming it). The CS rep will give
    > you it first to type into your phone. It is dependednt on model of the
    > phone and carrier. Some web sites charge $15 or more for a lock code.


    Nice to see that you advocate lying to circumvent controls in place for a
    reason. Fine, upstanding troll you are.

    >
    > If you have any, reply back to this thread and I will add them to the
    > FAQ.


    No you won't- you'll either ignore them or answer with a juvenile response.





  3. #3
    Bob Smith
    Guest

    Re: Master Lock codes: Sanyo SPC-5500: ##843461. Do you have any to add?????


    "The Supreme Enchanter" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > (Sprint) Sanyo SPC-5500: ##843461
    >
    > You type this number in and hit ok/menu. Then you can change the

    phone
    > number and stuff. An easy way to get the lock out code is change your
    > number (or get a new number or port a number over or tell the CS rep your
    > phone won't work so they will try reprogramming it). The CS rep will give
    > you it first to type into your phone. It is dependednt on model of the
    > phone and carrier. Some web sites charge $15 or more for a lock code.
    >
    > If you have any, reply back to this thread and I will add them to the
    > FAQ.


    Hey clueless ... that number you've cited above, is your own personal MSL
    for your phone ... and your phone only.

    Bob





  4. #4
    O/Siris
    Guest

    Re: Master Lock codes: Sanyo SPC-5500: ##843461. Do you have any to add?????

    In article <[email protected]>,=20
    [email protected] says...
    > (Sprint) Sanyo SPC-5500: ##843461
    >=20
    > You type this number in and hit ok/menu. Then you can change the pho=

    ne
    > number and stuff. An easy way to get the lock out code is change your
    > number (or get a new number or port a number over or tell the CS rep your
    > phone won't work so they will try reprogramming it). The CS rep will giv=

    e
    > you it first to type into your phone. It is dependednt on model of the
    > phone and carrier. Some web sites charge $15 or more for a lock code.
    >=20
    > If you have any, reply back to this thread and I will add them to the
    > FAQ.


    I'm confused about something. You posted previously the, via some as=20
    yet unknown algorithm, the MSl is tied to the ESN. So, if it's tied=20
    to the ESN, how can one MSL cover an entire model line?

    It doesn't, BTW, but that's what you just posted, in contradiction of=20
    your own information. I'm just wondering how you came to this=20
    conclusion.

    --=20
    R=D8=DF
    O/Siris
    I work for Sprint PCS
    I *don't* speak for them



  5. #5
    Cell merger
    Guest

    Re: Master Lock codes: Sanyo SPC-5500: ##843461. Do you have any to add?????

    (Sprint) Sanyo SPC-5500: ##843461

    Likely you just told the world the MSL for your phone and no other.



  6. #6
    TechGeek
    Guest

    Re: Master Lock codes: Sanyo SPC-5500: ##843461. Do you have any to add?????

    "The Supreme Enchanter" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > (Sprint) Sanyo SPC-5500: ##843461
    >


    Nope. Each Master Subsidy lock is specific to that paticular phone.

    There has been numerous attempts to see if there is a link to the MSL
    and the ESN, and for years no one has been able to find it.

    The ESNs are entered at the manufacturer's level, and are only
    supposed to be used internally (to prevent people from taking their
    phone to other providers and royally messing up their phone's
    programming).

    Also, just for fun, I tried your MSL on 3 phones, it didn't work on
    any of them (and yes, they were VM4500s).



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