Depends on the phone. Some only require * and back, where others demand a four pass code. Go to the website of the cell phone provider and view the questions about the phone. Chances are someone has asked the same question before.
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hi it will be helpful for me to guide you if you had specified the type of lock in your mobile .if it is security lock then unlock it using default codes like 0000 or 1234 to reset your mobile .if it is network lock then unlock it using codes .to get codes visit http://www.unlock-free.com/ here they generate codes to unlock mobile at free of cost.
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