1. gmandisco's Avatar
    Or any blackberry phone.

    Can someone walk me through the steps on how to FIND the MEP network code for free, without calling a carrier.

    If the codes are phone specific (and there seem to be plenty of companys out there charging for it) then there should be a way i can find it myself....

    07-27-10 08:48 PM
  2. Motorcycle Mama's Avatar
    The codes are phone specific.

    If you are a Verizon customer and your account has been in good standing for the required amount of time, Verizon will give you the code for free.

    Otherwise, your options are to pay for one through one of the unlocking companies. (Go to the unlocking forum on CrackBerry to find them). Or you can look for and enter one of the contests that those companies run and try to win a code for free.

    But really, the codes are very inexpensive. Paying for one shouldn't be a big deal.
    07-28-10 05:54 AM
  3. gmandisco's Avatar


    I do not want to pay for it, nor call my carrier.

    if there are third-party individuals selling these codes, there has to be a keygen or crack or algorithm(because its imei specific). i would like to learn how to do this.

    not get directed to my carrier or a third party.
    plz read the post b4 just replying....

    does anyone know how to accomplish this?



    EDIT: i guess this means im in the wrong forum.... can a moderator move my post to the unlocking forum too? so its on both? thanks
    Last edited by gmandisco; 07-28-10 at 10:48 PM.
    07-28-10 10:44 PM
  4. Motorcycle Mama's Avatar
    Again, there are no keygens or cracks or algorithms that you can "learn how to do".

    And despite your condescending tone, I did read the post before "just replying".
    07-29-10 05:55 AM
  5. NJFP's Avatar
    Ok, so I'm still kinda new with BB's. Why would you want to unlock your phone? What does it accomplish? Please educate me.
    07-29-10 06:48 AM
  6. dirt619's Avatar
    they are a buck on ebay
    07-29-10 06:57 AM
  7. gmandisco's Avatar
    Motorcycle Mama: I am not trying to be condecending, there has to be a way to be able to figure it out...

    NJFP: unlocking the phone simply removes the carrier-specific programming of the phone.
    07-29-10 10:21 AM
  8. Motorcycle Mama's Avatar
    Ok. If there were a way to "be able to figure it out ...", this thread would be flooded with posts. People have been using BlackBerry devices for a long time.
    07-29-10 11:10 AM