1. wiggy1's Avatar
    I looked around and didn't seem to find a satisfactory answer. I appologize in advance if I was just too dense to understand what I was reading. Applying a manual unlock is a bit new to me

    So my question is, if I unlock the Torch (or any phone for that matter) when I use the built in security wipe function (not a carrier or computer utility), will I have to unlock the phone again? I am talking about having the phone reset back to factory settings and the onboard storage reformatted such as you would do when going to sell the phone.

    Thanks.
    04-02-11 12:35 PM
  2. gbsn's Avatar
    Unlock is permanent.

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    04-02-11 12:36 PM
  3. wiggy1's Avatar
    That was fast, thanks.

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    04-02-11 12:42 PM
  4. tbrenn's Avatar
    Unlock is permanent, but I always hang onto my MEP2 and MEP4 codes, just in case...

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    04-02-11 02:23 PM
  5. dochouse7's Avatar
    +1. The unlock is permanent. The only way to re-lock it is with the use of some special software the carriers have. Regardless of what you do to the phone, the lock will remain off.

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    04-02-11 03:54 PM
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