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Old 04-20-2008, 02:58 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey i'm really bad with images and stuff... can someone please resize these for a curve

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Old 04-20-2008, 07:06 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Is your screen 320x240
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Here are your images...

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ohhhh THANK YOU!!!!
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I see that you have a website that deals with unlocking BBs, how long would it take to unlock my 8700g on tmo???
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You can call TMobile and get it unlocked for free if you just tell them you're travelling out of the country and want to use prepaid sim cards while you're gone. It'll take about 24-48 hours to get the code. You have to be a customer for 90 days and your account must be in good standing.
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and if that doesnt work (what john said) then email me and we can get the ball rolling for the unlock code
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You can call TMobile and get it unlocked for free if you just tell them you're travelling out of the country and want to use prepaid sim cards while you're gone. It'll take about 24-48 hours to get the code. You have to be a customer for 90 days and your account must be in good standing.
I called Tmobile and they told me that I need to have a sim card other than my tmobile sim card in my BB when I use the unlock code. I haven't heard of this step in any of the instructions I've seen on this forum. Is this true? or will my tmo sim card work?
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Yes, you have to enter a non Tmo sim (AT&T, etc) and it will prompt you for the unlock code. borrow one for a minute if you can.
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Old 04-22-2008, 01:54 PM   #11 (permalink)
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you can any SIM card in the device while unlocking for the 8700
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Ust wanted to update that Tmo sent the unlock code within 24 hours. Good job tmo
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nice!
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