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Thursday, April 21, 2011

How to Get UNLOCK Codes for Verizon, US Cellular, Sprint CDMA SPC MSL and blackberry Secret ## Dialing Codes

To get your SPC/MSL/CDMA UNLOCK/ code to reprogram, access hidden functions and menus, and extend the capabilities of your phone...

VERIZON - Verizon is defaulted to 000000

US Cellular - US Cellular is also defaulted to 00000

Sprint - Call Sprint (Caution! Read below)

To enter your secret code on your phone: ##

ex. enter: ##000000 for blackberry, ##000000# for HTC

For Sprint you must call sprint to access the phones. CAUTION: Do not attempt to download fraudulent programs claiming to be able to unlock your code! Sprint uses random numbers to generate their codes! These codes cannot be guessed so easily! It is impossible to determine what they might be because they are random! The only way would be to have a program to repeatedly guess numbers until it got it right, and that might brick your phone! Programs like UniCDMA, Hex Editor, CDMA workshop that claim to unlock your phone for a free download contain VIRUSES DO NOT DOWNLOAD THEM! People think they are cool if they can put a virus on your computer! They will attach it in the file and trick you into downloading it! Don't get tricked and have your virus software on always! These people did not make the viruses, they just think they are cool because they know how to attach them to a file and trick someone into getting it!

Solution: Call sprint and tell them you would like your reprogramming code. Ask them for the msl code. If your account is in good standing (I.e. no debt on the phone) they will most likely give it to you. If not try telling them an excuse like, "I am going to Cuba where there isn't normal diplomatic relations and Sprint/boost mobile/Virgin mobile does not offer service and the carrier needs my msl code to reprogram my phone to be able to use it there." This is called social engineering.

Part 2: Secret Codes

Most secret codes can be found online. The only possible exception would be blackberries. There doesn't seem to be a complete list of all the numbers, I believe I have collected most of them though.

The following secret code is available to all blackberry users, regardless of whether or not they have the msl/spc/CDMA unlock code: #4357*

Sprint/Boost Mobile/Virgin Mobile may give you two unlock codes, you can enter them both to do different things in the same ## format. It will bring up a list of data about your phone. Most of the data refers to how your phone receives and transmits signals or data. You can modify and change to make your phone do such things as: Go faster/higher data speed, get better coverage, expand or change your coverage to receive different cell towers/operators/carriers.

Here are some Blackberry codes that I know of:

I seem to have deleted my file by mistake. I will post them later when I get a chance.

Blackberry Dialing Codes:

• Name: Decibel meter.
• Description/purpose: Displays your signal strength in decibels, instead of bars.
• Process: Hold "Alt" and press "N", "M", "L", "L" (repeat to reverse the effect).


• Name: Address Book file verification.
• Description/purpose: Checks the data in your Address Book for inconsistencies.
• Process: In the Address Book, hold "Alt" and press "V", "A", "L", "D".


• Name: Address Book data structure rebuild.
• Description/purpose: Forces a data structure re-build in the Address Book...
• Process: In the Address Book, hold "Alt" and press "R", "B", "L", "D".


• Name: View source code.
• Description/purpose: Displays the source code of a Web page.
• Process: In the Browser, hold "Alt" and press "R", "B", "V", "S".


• Name: Help Me! menu.
• Description/purpose: Provides crucial technical information about your device, for when seeking technical support or help in forums...
• Process: Hold "Alt" and (left) "shift", then press "H".


• Name: IMEI display.
• Description/purpose: Displays your device's international mobile equipment identity (IMEI - your serial number) on-screen... Also works from all other GSM handsets.
• Process: Type "*", "#", "0", "6", "#" on the Home screen.


• Name: "Soft" reset.
• Description/purpose: Performs a "soft" reset of your device; the equivalent of doing a "battery pull" (ie. Removing the battery for a few seconds).
• Process: Press-and-hold "Alt", then press-and-hold (left) "shift", then press-and-hold "Del".


• Name: Event Log.
• Purpose: Displays event logs of all the system-level events that occur on your device...
• Process: Hold "Alt" and press "L", "G", "L", "G".

6 comments:

playnex said...

So... i went on my Sprint Blaberry 8330 and i typed in ##786 which opens up the part where you insert your MCL Code which is 6 digits.

When you call sprint, they will not be able to pull up your MCL code if your account is disabled.
So you will have to call Sprint Finance office and discuss with them a giant lie in order to optain your code.
Good luck and remeber to back up your stuff b4 doing this..

shohaibshaikh said...

dear friend,

i realy need your help i hope u will help me,

actually i brought verizon cdma 9330 to india to use it with reliance cdma carrier

but i can't able to activate my number

how can i find that this phone empty n it doesn't have any number in it

can i use this phone in india


i hope u will help me!


Regards,
your friend
shohaibshaikh@gmail.com

Yogesh said...

Dear All,

PLS help me,

actually i brought Sprint blackberry cdma
9330 from ebay to use it with reliance cdma
carrier

but i can't able to activate my number

i find that this phone have My number
0000009381 but this is not my number

i hope u will help me!


Regards,
vinoyogesh@gmail.com

Orlando Wilson said...

You can now get a free unlock code for your mobile phones when it has been locked by you or somebody.

Derek Staroba said...

Orlando wilson is a liar.

Rahul Mehlawat said...

I like your post

Mr. John Harrobin is the former Chief Marketing Officer of Verizon

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