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How to unlock your Blackberry 9520 - Using the unlocking codes

 

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What is needed?

To unlock your 9520 from it's current network you need an 'unlocking code' that is unique to your mobile.

On correctly entering this code your phone will be unrestricted and allow you to use any mobile network in any country.

We can supply you with this unlocking code, for more info, please click the green 'Order ...' bar to the right to reveal the list of networks.


How to enter the unlock code.

We aim to provide accurate instructions with every unlocking code and continually review them for accuracy.Please bare in mind, some menus you need to access were originally intended for phone engineers, hence they may seem a little strange.

Please have a look at our FAQ's for more help & see just some of the benefits to unlocking your mobile.

Please read these instructions thoroughly before you try to enter the unlock code.

There maybe more than one option available to unlock your 9520 and on some occasions you may need to enter more than one code.

Unlocking instructions

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Below is a list of United Kingdom networks we can unlock your Blackberry 9520 from.
To order your network unlock online now, click the link next to the appropriate mobile network your
phone is currently locked to.
 
  Networks  Price  Approx Delivery  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from 3 Hutchinson$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Asda Mobile$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from British Telecom (BT)$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Cable & Wireless / Sure Mobile$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Cable & Wireless Guernsey$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Cloud9$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Dot Mobile$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from EE$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Fresh Mobile$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from IKEA Family Mobile$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Jersey Telecom (Wave)$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Jersey Telenet$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Lebara Mobile$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from LycaMobile$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Manx Telecom$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from MCom$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Nomi Mobile$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from O2$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Orange$40.2210 daysOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Railtrack$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Sainsburys$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from T-Mobile$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Talkmobile$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Telaware$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Tesco Mobile$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Three$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Unknown$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Vectone Mobile$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Virgin$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Virgin Mobile$8.215 minutesOrder  
   Unlock Blackberry 9520 from Vodafone$57.465 daysOrder  
 


Blackberry 9520





How to enter the Unlocking Code for a BlackBerry Model

General Information about the BlackBerry unlocking codes

When you receive your code it will be in one of two formats (depending on your model)

1: A single string of 4 or 5 long numbers or
2: Again a string of numbers, but with some identifying letters between them (EG MEP/NCK etc)

If you receive format 1, then these are simply 4 or 5 codes that need to be tried. (So when you are asked to enter the unlocking code, you need to try each one, starting with the 1st).

If you receive format 2, then please refer to the table below for your code.

Here's an example of how your code will break down:


TypeExampleMEP
IMEI: 351238034369xxx n/a
SIM Code: 6123343501466xxx MEP1
NCK Code: 7123039679046xxx MEP2
Subset Code: 123211566752xxx MEP3
Prov Code: 8261232688272xxx MEP4
Corp Code: 3851231232390xxx MEP5




Note: BlackBerry in 90% of countries will only require the MEP2 code
We suggest you copy codes to a notepad and enter them very carefully.


Please make sure the wireless mode is turned off before attempting to unlock your Blackberry phone

Instructions For Blackberry With
Full Keyboards
Instructions For Blackberry With
Small Keyboards
Instructions For Blackberry With
Touch Screen Keyboards
Full Keyboard Blackberry Small Keyboard Blackberry Touch Screen Keyboard Blackberry
1. Insert any SIM card
2 From the menu go to Settings
3. Next Advanced Settings
4. Next SIM card
5. Type 'M E P D' (this will display the active lock)
6. Type 'M E P', then next hold down the Alt key and press 2 (See image)
7. Next you're prompted for the Network MEP code (it will also state how many attempts are left)
8. Enter the code
9. Press tracker ball/Return/Enter to accept
10. The device should now be unlocked
(When entering MEP etc, you may have hold caps down on some models)
1. Insert any SIM card
2. From the menu go to Settings
3. Next Advanced Settings
4. Next SIM card
5. Type 'M E P P D' (this will display the active locks on your phone)
6. Type 'M E P P', then next hold down the Alt key and press 2 (See image)
7. Next you'll be prompted for the Network MEP code (it will also state how many attempts left)
8. Enter the code
9. Press tracker ball/Return/Enter to accept
10. The device should now be unlocked
(When entering MEP etc, you may have hold caps down on some models)
1. Insert any SIM card
2. From the menu go to Settings
3. Next Advanced Settings
4. Next SIM card
5. Press the Blackberry button and show keypad
6. Hint: turn phone on it side to show a full keypad (See image)
7. Type 'M E P D' (this will display the active lock)
8. key in 'M E P 2' (pressing the number button to get 2)
9. Next you're prompted for the Network MEP code (it will also state how many attempts left)
10. Enter the code
11. Press Return/Enter
12. The device should now be unlocked
(When entering MEP etc, you may have hold caps down on some models)




Generic Method for most BlackBerry models

1. Go to Settings Menu, SIM card and press select
2. While holding down the 'Shift' key type 'MEPD'
3. You should now see five locking categories listed
4. While holding down the the SHIFT KEY, type 'MEP2'
5. Next, release the shift key.
6. You will now be prompted to enter the Network MEP code (stating how many unlocking attempts are left)
7. Enter the code
8. Return/Enter
9. The device should now be unlocked

Blackberry Z10 Input Instructions

Go to Settings > Security and Privacy > SIM Card
Scroll down to Phone Network Lock, and tap the Unlock Network button
Enter your 8 digit unlock code, and hit OK
Phone now unlocked.

 

9105 Input Instructions

9105 are a strange breed when it comes to entering unlock codes
there are 2 keypad types and one doesnt have an alt button.
what to try first is put a sim in that it wont take and it may simply ask you for the code.

If not then follow this guide:
Put a different network sim card
Turn on the phone completely
Now turn OFF all conection(wifi,mobile etc)
Now go to Settings Then Advance Setting Now Go to Sim Card
Now Enter MEEP2
Simply Enter MEEP on keypad and for entering 2 follow these steps

The 9105 doesn’t have an ALT key, however you can put it into ALT mode. To activate ALT mode you must do the following: Press the right side Volume keys in the following sequence: up, down, up, down, up. The Alt icon should display in the top left corner of the screen. Note: If you press the Shift key it disables the ALT mode so it’s impossible to enter ALT-SHIFT-H.
Now Enter code ALL DONE



Please Note:

Each unsuccessful unlock attempt (EG entering the code incorrectly) will delay the next attempt by 10 seconds, and so on.
You are limited to 255 attempts before the phone is permanently blocked.

NOTE: On some phones you are limited to only 10 attempts

To unblock a phone, it must be taken to a RIM Blackberry Service centre. In the meantime there will be no outgoing calls including emergency calls.



FAQ:

Question: My phone asks to enter a PIN number
Answer: For SIM cards with PIN ENABLED you will be required to enter a PIN. This is not the unlocking code that has just been provided. For information concerning the PIN, PIN2, PUK and PUK2 codes for a SIM card please read the manual that came with your phone. This is NOT a handset unlocking difficulty.

Question: My handset displays a different message to what is shown when I insert a Non Vodafone Australia SIM card.
Answer: The most common message the phone will display is 'Invalid SIM card'. Because each handset may have a different variation in software there is no common message. If your handset displays a different message it is recommended to move onto the next step. Note: Faulty SIM Cards - The handset may also display messages indicating the SIM you are using to unlock the handset is faulty, it could display 'Insert SIM' 'Bad Card', 'Card Error' or 'Card Rejected', confirm the SIM card is correctly inserted, the gold area downwards and the cut of the corner matches correctly. You will need a working Non Vodafone SIM card to unlock the handset.