How to Enter Unlock Codes on Blackberry Devices

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There are 2 methods to enter your unlock codes for blackberry devices, first is by inserting a SIM CARD from another carrier the other is unlock the hidden menu for unlocking, the later will be divided into two types as unlocking a touch screen blackberry differs.

Method 1

—-Using a SIM CARD of another carrier—-

1. Insert a SIM CARD from any other carrier apart from the carrier it is locked to, when you switch your device on you will be prompted for a MEP code.

2. Now type in the unlock code you have received free from the page Unlock Your Blackberry Free
and press the enter key, now if all goes well you should see a message that code accepted or sometime you will just be taken to the home screen.

3. Now that you are on the home screen means your device has been successfully unlocked but you still have to do something, now remove the battery and replace it and when it comes up you should get reception from the SIM CARD now.

Method 2 (a)

—-Unlocking via the Hidden Unlock Menu—-

For non touch screen devices like BlackBerry 83xx, 88xx, 8900, 9000, 96xx and 9700 etc

Using this method you dont have to insert a SIM CARD from another carrier, you can unlock with same SIM CARD inside.

1. First you MUST make sure you have a SIM CARD inside and also turned off all network connections (goto Manage connections and click ALL OFF)

2. From the home screen, go to Options > Advanced Options > SIM Card for older devices and goto Options >Device >Advanced System Settings >SIM CARD.

3. Now under the SIM CARD menu type mepd (note: you will not see anything while typing it) this will display the lock status of your device, if you see enable or active then your device is locked really if all the listed items shows disabled then your device is already unlocked.

4. If your device is locked, meaning you saw enable or active against the network above then type mep2 (just like you type mepd, you will not see anything while typing, type mep and press alt key to type number then type 2)

5. A box will prompt up asking you for Network MEP Code, just type the unlock code you have received on our page Unlock Your Blackberry Free and press confirm, you should see code accepted.

6. Restart your device by removing and placing back the battery and remember to go turn on back your connections.

Method 2 (b)

—-Unlocking via the Hidden Unlock Menu for Touch screen devices—-

For touch screen devices like BlackBerry Torch 9860, Torch 9850, Curve 9380 etc

1. First you MUST make sure you have a SIM CARD inside and also turned off all network connections (goto Manage connections and click ALL OFF)

2. From the home screen, go to Options > Advanced Options > SIM Card for older devices and goto Options >Device >Advanced System Settings >SIM CARD.

3. Press the Blackberry  menu key and click “Show Keyboard”

4. Now type in mepd, note you will not see anything while typing it

5. Now type mep2 you can achieve this by typing mep and pressing the ALT key then type 2

6. Now you should get a box asking for network unlock code, type in your unlock code which you have gotten and select confirm.

7. You should get code accepted, now remove and insert your battery to restart it and remember to go back and turn on your connections.

NOTE: if you have a BlackBerry Pearl the same method 2(a) will work but on instead of typing mepd you will type meppd

 

How to Enter Unlock Code For Blackberry Z10, Q10, Q5 etc

1. Goto to settings>security and privacy>SIM CARD

2. Press the unlock button on SIM CARD page

3. You will be prompted to enter network unlock code, just type it in and confirm it

4. Your device should now show unlocked under network on the phone network lock sub-menu in the SIM CARD menu

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