Discussion in 'Samsung discussion' started by eliku, Nov 2, 2007.
porto35 you are the man. your code is working for me. thanks my man
will this code work for me? i have a436 and i heard that 436 and 437 are the same- just that 437 is at&t and 436 are rogers?
is this correct?
if not then do u know the unlock code for a436- samsung?
Good Morning everyone, I have a Samsung A437 and I have forgotten my password. I normally don't use a password on this phone since it's only for home and not my office. I have spaced out and can't remember the password and I can't use my work cell phone to make personal calls. Is there a master password reset option I can do with this phone? Or am I totaly screwed. Any suggestion and or help would be greatly appreciated. I am departing for my bussiness trip soon and I can't call back to my friends and family until I unlock the darn thing. My wife thinks I am doing it on purpose, but no one wants to be locked out of their own phone "ON PURPOSE". Thanks everyone.
Put Non Accepted Sim
*2767*3855# let it reboot(restart)
now its ready for permanent.
Now its Permanent Unlock ....
What is a "non accepted" sim card? where do I get one of those?
Non accepted sim card is the sim card does not belong to who carry the service for your samsung phone. For example if your samsung is AT&T phone, you have to put whatever sim card dos not belong to AT&T
By the way my nick is porto35 not proto35, but thanks anyway to put my name in your thread
dragon2k8: Did you set the password yourself. if you did, give me some time to see what I can do. A437 is fairly new and I don't see any firmware available right now. If you bought your phone from AT&T in US, you just go and buy $10.00 prepaid card for the phone and call AT&T requesting them to help you resetting your phone.
hey porto35 i was able to unlock the sgh436 also with ur unlocking code- i guess both the phones are the same. thanks pal
Yes I bought the phone myself and I locked it myself. My wife thinks I am doing it on purpose so I can't use my phone roflmao. I would like not to have to go to AT&T and give them more money but if that's your advice, Roger that!. I don't have any other sims cards in my home from other providers. Also, in your code are the (*) used as separators or do I have to use the star buttons??? I am hoping that I can just use the master reset password code that someone will provide and dishes would be done and I can finally make everyone happy again. So I am just basically standing by for more assistance. Thanks for everything.
just key exactly from the instruction. * is the key *. Hope that you can master reset ur phone. I've never tried it (and I do not want to) I don't know that you can reset or not. But requesting AT&T reset is the surely way.
Thanks again for all this help, time is running out for me , So can I just use your reset code without finding another sim chip? There was a sim chip I think that came with the phone when I originally bought it. Can I use that SIM chip and use that code and unlock the Phone?
Sure you can
I mean with another sim?. You cannot unlock by using AT&T SIM. You do not know anybody (friend, neighbor, co worker...) to borrow the SIM (Tmobile...)for 5 minutes to unlock ur phone.
If I put T-Mobile "active" sim card in, in order to unlock my Samsung SGH A437 phone. Will it kill my SIM card? Will My Tmobile sim card still work with my Tmobile phone?
I followed your instruction and ALMOST got it. All locks are inactive EXCEPT Network lock:
5. AND THEN *#7465625# to check the locks....all locks are inactive...these are all the locks...
network lock - active
subset lock - inactive
sp lock - inactive
cp lock - inactive
sim lock - inactive
activa lock - inactive
phone lock - inactive
auto network - inactive
auto subset lock - inactive
auto sp lock - inactive
auto cp lock - inactive
no it will not kill ur sim card. and yes u can use that sim card again with ur tmobile phone
I just unlocked my Samsung A437 today with the codes provided. Works like a charm. THANKS SO MUCH!!
UR welcome I like ur nick hehe
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