Saturday, January 19, 2008
Blackberry 8800 Unlock Code Input - How To Unlock Blackberry 8800 Pearl by Remote Code
At time of this writing, Blackberry 8800 Pearl is one of the latest Smartphone PDAs unleashed by Research In Motion; the creators of the infamous Blackberry revolution. The procedure to input unlock code in Blackberry Pearl is somewhat different from some other unlock code instructions I have written. The primary difference is that in this case, you must have a SIM card in the device to complete the unlock steps. That SIM card can be active or inactive and does not have to be one from a different network. Follow the steps below to unlock your Blackberry. I am assuming that you already have the unlock code with you. Go to settings menu and click on Options . From here, select Advanced Options and then SIM Card . Type MPED using your Blackberry s keyboard. Please note that you will not see any text appear as you type MPED. Next, type MEP then Alt button, and then 2 on your Blackberry keyboard. Again keep in mind that you will not see any text appear as you type MPED. Now you should be presented with a prompt which should read Enter Network MEP Code . Type in the unlock code you received from your unlocking service provider and press the track wheel or jog dial to confirm. Granted the unlock code is correct, your phone should now be unlocked. Once your phone is unlocked, you are now free to use any network s SIM card and it should work fine. I must point out that there have been reports of a partial unlock where the device gets unlocked for certain networks, but does not get unlocked for others. In that case it may be a good idea to perform the unlock using a USB cable and software. I found that UnlockACell.com provides remote unlock by code services at a discount prices. On the other hand if you are interested in phone unlocking by software method, the website UnlockSoftwares.com has effective and late model phone unlocking softwares at reasonable prices. For cellular phone ringtones, wallpapers, or for simply wapping to other mobile phones I found WapDaddy.com to be a great resource.