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How to unlock Blackberry 8900, 9000, 9630, 8300, 8310, 8320, 8800, 8820

Here we have a procedure that most of us would have tried at least once or twice whilst owning a BlackBerry, which is of course unlocking.

Please bear in mind that this procedure will only work on GSM devices or World phones such as the 8830WE, BlackBerry Storm or the BlackBerry Tour. The most usual reason for people attempting or wanting to unlock their BlackBerry is switching to run on your own carrier another may well be if you are looking to sell it being unlocked will increase your potential customers.

Follows this quick and easy session to unlock your BlackBerry 8900, 9000, 9630, 8300, 8310, 8320, 8800, 8820. First you need an unlock code from your carrier or an unlocking company. The instructions are very easy to follow. If you want to try it out or find out more then simply visit crackberry.com

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4 thoughts on “How to unlock Blackberry 8900, 9000, 9630, 8300, 8310, 8320, 8800, 8820”

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    Ryan Frost says:

    Hey guys I just unlocked my Blackberry Bold 9700 from unlockgenie.com (http://unlockgenie.com/). I got the code very quick and it worked without any trouble. I like to share the instructions to all which came along with the unlock/MEP code hoping that this might help someone to unlock their phone.

    Instructions for unlocking Blackberry Bold 9700

    1. Remove the SIM card

    2. Power on the phone

    3. Turn off all Wireless Connections

    4. Go to Settings.

    5. Go to Options.

    6. Go to Advanced Options.

    7. Go to SIM card.

    8. Type the letters mepd (you will not see text appear on screen while typing).

    9. Now type mep2

    10. It will say "Enter Network MEP Code".

    11. Type in the unlock code ( 8 or 16 digits ), press in the trackball to confirm.

    12. If there is more than one code provided, type each one until the phone says 'Code Accepted'.

    13. Restart the phone (and re-enter SIM).

    14. Turn your Wireless Connections on again.

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