- 01-11-10, 09:49 AM #2
Dawn dish soap works pretty well. j/k
I don't think there is a way to clean the ESN. Once its been disabled by Verizon, I think its done. You can try calling them to find out for sure though.
- 01-11-10, 10:01 AM #4
Are you sure the ESN is disabled, or are you just trying to unlock the phone to work on your carrier? After re-reading your post, I'm not sure I understand now.
If the ESN was disabled, due to the phone reported lost/stolen, then its toast. If the ESN is still good, but your wanting to unlock it, there is a ton of information here on that subject. Just do a search for unlocking a 9550.
Hope that answers the question.
- 01-11-10, 03:06 PM #6
Actually, I thought that even with a blacklisted ESN he can connect to a GSM network. GSM carriers couldn't verify an ESN number if they wanted to.
I do know you can't 'unban' an ESN. I've heard stories of someone reporting a lost phone to VZW only to find it again and not be able to use due to blacklisted ESN
- 01-11-10, 05:46 PM #7
- 01-11-10, 09:09 PM #9
As long as you or anybody else have never reported your S2 as stolen or lost, you can sell it with a clean ESN.
- 01-11-10, 09:24 PM #11
I guess the discussion is really moot anyway, seeing as how the OP never came back for his answer, anyway.
Oh well....so other than that, how's everyone been? Good, I hope.
- CrackBerry User
01-11-10, 09:33 PM #12
- 29 Posts
Well don't forget about the guy who simply doesn't pay his bill and sells the phone. I got burnt like that a few months ago. However I was able to get it running on tmobile prepay. Just no pin number or push emails. Should of called the Provider first and checked it.