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    Default Unlock Telus 9900?

    Anyone know how to unlock a telus 9900?
    The mep2/4 codes arent working

    I was told to use MEP reader to get the mep code but none of them are working


    has anyone succesfully unlocked a telus 9900

    and if so how?
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    Quote Originally Posted by arekieh View Post
    Anyone know how to unlock a telus 9900?

    The mep2/4 codes arent working



    I was told to use MEP reader to get the mep code but none of them are working





    has anyone succesfully unlocked a telus 9900



    and if so how?

    Yes we have. We can help you unlock it. Email us your imei and code given to sales@cellunlock.net and we will check it right away for you. We've been unlocking hundreds of 9900's from all carriers.
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    blackberrycodesource is where its at

    sent me a complimentary code and it worked.

    great guy thanks alot man
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    You are most welcome!

    Enjoy your Unlocked Bold 9900!


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    Great! Good job. Enjoy your unlocked 9900!
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    Quote Originally Posted by arekieh View Post
    Anyone know how to unlock a telus 9900?
    The mep2/4 codes arent working

    I was told to use MEP reader to get the mep code but none of them are working


    has anyone succesfully unlocked a telus 9900

    and if so how?
    Mep reader does not work on the new os 7 yet. To enter the code on a 9900 you need to hold alt and type m e p e or m e p s and it will prompt you for the code.
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    thanks alot for that post...
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    RIM trying to make it harder...but actually always so easy to unlock these Blackberrys!
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    9900 is no more difficult than 9700/9780 I noticed. My Telus had only network lock
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    Quote Originally Posted by costco1 View Post
    9900 is no more difficult than 9700/9780 I noticed. My Telus had only network lock
    Yes that's correct, it only has MEP2 lock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by costco1 View Post
    9900 is no more difficult than 9700/9780 I noticed. My Telus had only network lock
    Did you unlock it? I am thinking about unlocking my Telus 9900 but not sure if it is illegal with the three year contract and everything?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mss-ca View Post
    Did you unlock it? I am thinking about unlocking my Telus 9900 but not sure if it is illegal with the three year contract and everything?
    It's 100% legal to unlock your phone and will not void your warranty. Let us know if you need help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cellunlocknet View Post
    It's 100% legal to unlock your phone and will not void your warranty. Let us know if you need help.
    How do I get IMEI #? I tried the way I did with my 9700, but it seems to be not working? How do I do it?

    Thanks.
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    Unlocking blackberry phones is absolutely 100% legal, it just gives you freedom to choose any service provider across the world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mss-ca View Post
    How do I get IMEI #? I tried the way I did with my 9700, but it seems to be not working? How do I do it?

    Thanks.
    You can type *#06# or type "status" on the phone and then select Options/Device and Status Information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cellunlocknet View Post
    You can type *#06# or type "status" on the phone and then select Options/Device and Status Information.
    I did this and nothing shows up... Please help me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mss-ca View Post
    I did this and nothing shows up... Please help me.
    Go to Options/Device and Status Information, what do you see there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cellunlocknet View Post
    Go to Options/Device and Status Information, what do you see there?
    Got it... Thank you so much... You seems very knowledgeable on this... can I ask you a question... I have the following:

    SIM: Disable
    Network: Active
    Network Subnet: Disable
    Service Provider: Disable
    Corporate: Disable

    My question is if the network is active and the service provider is disable, what's that mean to me? I can use the phone with a different service provider without unlocking?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mss-ca View Post
    Got it... Thank you so much... You seems very knowledgeable on this... can I ask you a question... I have the following:

    SIM: Disable
    Network: Active
    Network Subnet: Disable
    Service Provider: Disable
    Corporate: Disable

    My question is if the network is active and the service provider is disable, what's that mean to me? I can use the phone with a different service provider without unlocking?
    You're welcome. Network Active means the phone is locked, so it won't work with another Service provider. Some carriers have 2 levels of lock but this is not the case which is why only Network (MEP2) is Active (Locked). Once unlocked you will be able to use with any other GSM provider.
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    It is 100% legal to unlock your cellphone and your warranty will not be void

    Copyright Office Ruling:
    "The underlying activity sought to be performed by the owner of the handset is to allow the handset to do what it was manufactured to do -- lawfully connect to any carrier. This is a noninfringing activity by the user"




    If you need to find your Blackberrys 15 digit IMEI# you can do it 3 ways:

    1) simply press *#06# on your phones keypad

    2) go to Options -> Status on your Blackberry

    3) Look at the sticker behind the phone under the battery.



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    Quote Originally Posted by mss-ca View Post
    Did you unlock it? I am thinking about unlocking my Telus 9900 but not sure if it is illegal with the three year contract and everything?
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    yes, "active" means it is currently locked to the network provider.
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    Default Thank You BlackBerrySourceCode

    James from BlackBerrySourceCode.com was really awesome in helping me get my Telus BlackBerry 9900 unlocked. He's 100% legit. The site instantly sends the code as soon as you buy and the response time for support was extremely fast (30 minutes or less). I had to go through 2 people before him to try to get my unlock code - everyone is giving the wrong codes.

    Thanks man!
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    Hi Brian,

    You are most welcome!

    Thanks for taking the time to leave feedback


    Enjoy your unlocked Bold 9900!


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    You must not have been very impressed with any of the companies you've used to unlock your Blackberry's since you've recommended 4 of them in your previous 6 posts.

    Marketing tip: Build ONE website, advertise said website and only said website to draw traffic. No point building 4 then advertising them all separately on the same forum and competing against yourself...

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    Yes Blackberry 9900 can be definitely unlocked. I have got my cousin's Blackberry 9900 got unlocked from www.Theunlockspot.com . This site provided very accurate code at an affordable cost. The unlocking process was very simple and easier. I think you can have a try here for accurate unlock code.
    Here are the steps for unlocking BB 9900,
    1 - Switch ON your Blackberry 9900 with your current network/service provider's SIM card.
    2 - Using the menu go to Settings Menu -> SIM card and press select.
    3 - While holding the SHIFT key, type mepd.(NOTE: You may not see any text appear on the screen while typing mepd)
    4 - You should now see the five locking categories listed.
    5 - While holding the SHIFT KEY, type mep2.(NOTE: You may not see any text appear on the screen while typing mep2).
    6 - Release the shift key.
    7 - You will now be prompted to enter the Network MEP code. (it will also state how many attempts left)
    8 - Enter the Unlock Code.
    9 - Enter Return/Enter.
    10 - The Blackberry 9900 should then be unlocked.
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    Hi guys I have received, by email, exactly 9 different codes from blackberry-unlocking.org for my 9900 Telus (it is my corporate phone) I have entered 4 of them to no avail and now I have 6 tries left. There is a PREFERRED, NEW SECURITY: SP, NCK: SP, and 4 "Other Codes".. Dont know which one is right!!!! (PREFERRED, NEW SEC, NCK, and the 1st other code did not work)
    Could someone help?
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