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Unlocking Instructions For Blackberry Devices

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* With the provided Unlock codes, if you are receivng "Code Error", DO NOT WORRY! proceed to the end of the page to the "Trouble Shooting" section on how to proceed.

* DO NOT use all of the attempts to enter the Unlock code otherwise your phone will be Hardlocked (MEP 0), Contact us First if you have less than 5 tries left to enter the Unlock Code.

* Video proof will be required if code does not work, it's a good idea to film it so we can help trouble shoot what the problem is. We may also offer you a discount off your original purchase amount if you can provide us with a video of successfully unlocking your device.

There are Multiple Unlock Codes Above, which One is it?

If you only received 1 Unlock Code, Don't worry about this part, use the code provided above. Or if the Unlock Codes above contain the words "Preferred" OR "Other Codes" try using those codes first.

* Unlock Code is Normally the NCK Code or MEP2 code.
The MEP2 Code is the Second Set of Number! MEP4 is the Fourth Set of Numbers!

Example1:

PREFFERED: 7071668832302203 <== Service Provider SP (MEP4) Try Second

NEW SECURITY:
SP: 3577191861413791 <== Service Provider SP (MEP4) Try Second
, 69932996
NCK: 35791282 <== Network Unlock Code (MEP2) Try First If Fido/Rogers
SP: 96963757 -
Other Codes: 2337738431225892, 0995509325779312, 8609157840196960, 5532259220901536


NOTE: PLEASE TRY THE 3 HIGHIGHTED CODES ONLY ONCE IF IT DOESNT WORK PLEASE CONTACT US. YOU ONLY ALLOWED TO ENTER THE CODE 10 TIMES
Example1:

SIM Code ...: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.......... MEP1
NCK Code ...: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX .......... MEP2 <== Network Unlock Code (MEP2)
Subset Code : XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX .......... MEP3
Prov Code ..: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX .......... MEP4 <== Service Provider Code (MEP4), if required only
Corp Code ..: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX .......... MEP5

OR

..... SIM Code ...: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.......... MEP1 NCK Code ...: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.......... MEP2 Subset Code : XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.......... MEP3 Prov Code ..: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.......... MEP4 Corp Code ..: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.......... MEP5

* Some Blackberry phones need the Prov Code or MEP4 (Service Provider) code, normally Telus, Koodo, and Bell Blackberrys.



How to Enter the Unlock Code into my Blackberry?

How to Enter Unlock Codes on BlackBerry (Most Models)

  1. Start the phone on with a Non accepted simcard in the phone
  2. On the main menu, Go to settings
  3. Go to advanced options, then simcard
  4. Type MEPD (you can't see anything typed on your screen)
  5. Type in MEP, hold ALT and press 2, another screen pops up for the code
  6. Input the 8 or 16 digit Unlock code sent to you, it will say "Code Accepted"
  7. Phone is now unlocked
OR
  1. Go to options, device settings, advanced system settings, simcard
  2. Type in MEPD using the keyboard (nothing will show on screen)
  3. Type in MEP, hold ALT and press 2, another screen pops up for the code
  4. Enter the code, remember you ONLY have 10 chances to get it right
  5. Press the enter key
OR
  1. Start the phone on with a Non accepted simcard in the phone
  2. Phone will display Sim Unlock Code is Needed to Use the phone proceed?
  3. Click yes, and input the 8 or 16 digit Unlock code sent to you
  4. Phone is now unlocked

Alternative Blackberry Code Input Instructions

How to Enter Unlock Codes on BlackBerry Bold 9900/9930, 9850/9860, 9360/9370/9380

  1. Start the phone on with a Non accepted simcard in the phone
  2. Phone will display Sim Unlock Code is Needed to Use the phone proceed?
  3. Click yes, and input the 8 or 16 digit Unlock code sent to you
  4. Phone is now unlocked

How to Enter Unlock Codes on BlackBerry Bold 9700, Curve 8520,83xx

  1. Start the phone on with a Non accepted simcard in the phone
  2. On the main menu, Go to settings
  3. Go to advanced options
  4. Type MEPD (you can't see anything typed on your screen)
  5. Type in MEP, hold ALT and press 2, another screen pops up for the code
  6. Input the 8 or 16 digit Unlock code sent to you, it will say "Code Accepted"
  7. Phone is now unlocked

How to Enter Unlock Codes on BlackBerry Torch 9800/9810, Bold 9780, Curve 93xx

  1. Go to options, device settings, advanced system settings, simcard
  2. Type in MEPD using the keyboard (nothing will show on screen)
  3. Type in MEP, hold ALT and press 2, another screen pops up for the code
  4. Enter the code, remember you ONLY have 10 chances to get it right
  5. Press the enter key

How to Enter Unlock Codes on BlackBerry Storm 9550/9530, Tour 9630, Bold 9650

  1. Need a Non accepted SIM card inserted into the phone (any simcard not from the original carrier)
  2. Go to Options, then Mobile Network Settings, Technology, change it to GSM/UMTS
  3. Go to Settings Menu, Options, Advanced Options and then SIM Card
  4. Hit the menu button and select show keyboard
  5. Type in mepd using the keyboard (nothing will show on screen)
  6. Type in mep2 another screen pops up for the code
  7. Enter the code, remember you ONLY have 10 chances to get it right
  8. Press the enter key
  9. A message will appear saying code accepted
  10. Turn device off, insert SIM of your choice if have not done so already
  11. Turn the phone back on, you should be able to make calls

How to Enter Unlock Codes on BlackBerry Pearl 91xx - 81xx

  1. Start the phone on with a Non accepted simcard in the phone, and Go to settings
  2. On the main menu, Go to settings
  3. Go to advanced options
  4. Type MEPPD (you can't see anything typed on your screen)
  5. Type in MEPP, hold ALT and press 2, another screen pops up for the code
  6. Input the 8 or 16 digit Unlock code sent to you, it will say "Code Accepted"
  7. Phone is now unlocked

How to Enter Unlock Codes on BlackBerry CDMA Devices (SPC / MSL Code)

  1. From the mainscreen of the BlackBerry, press the green call button to enter the phone
  2. Type in ##MSLCODE then the green talk button (ie: ##123456 Green talk button)
  3. In the CDMA service edit screen, delete the number in the first row (000000xxxx) and replace it with your current phone number
  4. Press the menu key and choose save
  5. The device will re-boot
  6. When the device re-boots, Activation Required will be gone and the active carrier name will now appear

How do I know my Phone is Fully Unlocked?

On your phone, go to "Simcard", press "MEPD". You will see: SIM: Disabled
Network: Disabled / Inactive
Network Subset: Disabled
Service Provider: Disabled
Corporate: Disabled

*If everything is disabled or inactive, your phone is fully unlocked

---------- Trouble Shooting ----------

"Code Error" What do I do?

Please DO NOT WORRY!

  1. Go to options and then status, and check IMEI number with decimals included
  2. Find us your phone's PRD number (on the back of the phone looks like PRD-XXXXX-XXX)

*Please reply to this email with the 2 information requested, we will respond ASAP
OR
Get us your Blackberry Phone's Information:
To find your Phone's MEP we have two methods of getting this:
MEP method 1 ( easiest, but will require a datacable for this)
Please download this software and reply back with the information that is produced from the software

  1. Download the logger —> http://www.mediafire.com/?jixdxfbmytd
  2. Connect your Blackberry to computer using original USB cable
  3. Start BB-Server Blackberry Logger and click Read Blackberry Handset Info
  4. You will see your phone's information from the Logger

Copy and paste the information and reply back to us.

My Phone displays "MEP 0" What is this?

This means your phone is hardlocked and has no more attempts to Unlock your device. At this point there are no alternatives to unlock this device.

I can make Calls and Text but I'm not getting Internet Service.

In this case you will need to adjust what's called the APN settings. The APN settings vary depending on the service provider you are trying to use. Please contact your service provider and they can assist you setting this up. There is no separate unlock for data or internet. If you can call or text, your phone's network is fully unlocked. Also keep in mind, if your phone cannot use BBM, or other Blackberry services, Black devices need a special "Blackberry Dataplan" which you can get from your service provider.

My Phone is asking for the "PUK" or "Security Pin" or "Password"

If your phone is asking for one of the above, it is the Simcard personal password or phone security password NOT the Network Lock which we provide for you. You can contact your service provider for this. Once you bypass this, you can use the Network Unlock Code provided by us.

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