Most phones have a master password such as 12345, 1111, etc... that can be used to unlock your phone. If you have the manual for your phone look in there. Another thing you can do is call your cell phone provider, and talk to the support about the problem. Last option could be to go find a cellphone repair place like World of Wireless that can undo the code by connecting it to their computers.
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