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How to Unlock Palm Pre Plus

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By Cellunlockernet8:02 pm July 12, 2010

This is guide on how to unlock your Palm Pre Plus to any GSM network.

Phones will often come locked to a certain carrier or network so you cannot switch SIM cards using the same phone.

You can unlock

Cingular / AT&T Palm Pre Plus

Orange UK Palm Pre Plus

T-Mobile UK Palm Pre Plus

Vodafone UK Palm Pre Plus

and all other carriers.

In order to unlock your mobile phone to any GSM network you will require a remote unlock code.

How to get an unlock code for Palm Pre Plus

Do a code look up to find out if your IMEI number is found.  We can 99% percent of the time help you free your phone.

You can get the unlock code from HERE

In order to unlock your phone, we require your IMEI number.  You can find this by pressing *#06# on your phone as if you are making phone call.

Your IMEI number is always 15-17 digits long.

Once you receive your Unlock Code from us by email, simply follow the instructions below and your phone will be free to use on any GSM network.

Palm Pre Plus Unlocking Instructions

1. Turn on phone with not allowed SIM card
2. Phone will ask for network unlock pin (referring to the unlock code).
3. Enter pin number once
4. Phone states SOS only calls – when you try to make a regular call it will ask for the network unlock pin again. At this point no matter how many times you put in the pin. It will state incorrect pin message.
5. Reboot phone with the same not allowed SIM card.
6. After reboot, it’s unlocked and never asked for the network unlock pin again.

  1. I’ve had my Pre because shortly right after launch and am glad to find (through this forum) that I can now set a ring tone on incoming text messages and can lookup by way of e-mails and such. Now is there any hope for an upcoming release by which I can seek my calendar? Would make my work significantly less difficult, discovering dates of last appointments. No other complaints, except that yesterday I was in and out of Sprint assistance (not unusual). I believe I had been roaming, and looked at my calendar. Anything in the calendar was one particular hour earlier than what I had input. The clock was 1 hour early as well. I had been frightened to death–then, when we got back into Sprint support yet again, anything was normalized. Has this happened to any person else?? Searching forward to answers, but please keep in mind, I’m no techie and speak English instead of technospeak.

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