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I have a motorola i335 that Ive been trying to get unlocked.  I asked motorola and they say talk to my provider.  I call my current provider and they say talk to the provider  the phone from.  So that leads me to Sprint.  As usual there idiots and no one knows what the other one is doing even up to manager level so I recite the legal proceeding from the law case won that demands them to provide unlock codes and of course I get more run arrounds.  Making people cooperate these days just isnt enough.  You have to make them cooperate and then spell every detail out in black or white so they will not find some loop hole to keep you running around in circles.  Anyways with that said if anyone can tell me how to unlock this phone and get it to work on a tmobile network I would be gratful and willing to award 500pts.

Thx

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"Google is your Friend"
;-)

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=unlock+i335&aq=f&oq=

;-)

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But ultimately you need to talk to whoever the new provider will be.

At least they will have a vested interest in getting the phone activated.

Offering anything more would cross the line of "Hacking", which is not allowed on this site.

;-)

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Hi Jeff,

     Thanks for the links however Ive seen those before.  There all asking for money to give me the code to get into my phone?  Thats like calling a lock smith to get into my own house?  Im hoping someone out there has the key or solution so that I can bypass any expenditures.  And I do have one question about that hacking comment.  Why can I find soutions on how to by pass windows log in screens and bios log ins when hacking is not allowed on here? Just a theoretical question?

Thanks,

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Some of these types of questions either:
1. Slip through the system and are not noticed
2. Or are on the edge of what would be considerd a "Hack".

In your case we have no idea if this phone is rightfully yours.
?
I have never had this issue with any phone that I have owned.

Can I ask how you phone came to be "Locked"?

Did you contact your new provider?
Again, if anyone can legally unlock the phone, it will be them.

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Perhaps if you would refer to my first post and read it in its entirety most of your questions would be answered.  And whos to say when you give someone a windows hack that there pc is rightfully theres?  I suppose debating symantecs with you will get us nowhere however if anyone has a real solution to this problem I would love to hear it.

Thanks again,

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