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|02-08-2013, 21:12||#2 (permalink)|
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Here is a generic method for most BlackBerry models
1. Go to Settings Menu, SIM card and press select
2. While holding down the 'Shift' key type 'MEPD'
3. You should now see five locking categories listed
4. While holding down the the SHIFT KEY, type 'MEP2'
5. Next, release the shift key.
6. You will now be prompted to enter the Network MEP code (stating how many unlocking attempts are left)
7. Enter the code
9. The device should now be unlocked
|02-16-2013, 13:15||#7 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2010
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hold alt button and press M-E-P-2
am a technician, i guarantee that option will work.............
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|08-07-2013, 09:25||#8 (permalink)|
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Just guide them properly : hold "Alt" button and while holding it,type M E P E ! And now the set will ask you for unlock code