1. Go to options, device settings, advanced system settings, simcard
2. Type in MEPD using the keyboard (nothing will show on screen)
3. Type in MEP, hold ALT and press 2, another screen pops up for the code
4. Enter the code, remember you ONLY have 10 chances to get it right
5. Press the enter key
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Sim locked BlackBerry devices have up to five locks on them which are:
- MEP1: SIM Unlock Code
- MEP2: NCK Code (Network Unlock code) <——–
- MEP3: Network Subset unlock Code
- MEP4: SP Code (Service Provider unlock code)
- MEP5: Corporate Unlock Code
These codes are 16 digits in length and the unlock code required to unlock your Blackberry phone is either the Network unlock code (MEP 2) or the Service Provider code (MEP4). Our Blackberry unlock code service will provide you will all MEP codes needed to unlock your phone.
How do I know which MEP unlock code is needed to unlock my Blackberry ?
As previously mentioned in 99.99% of cases unlocking a Blackberry phone requires either the MEP2 (Network) or MEP4 (Provider) code. If you would like to confirm which Blackberry unlock code your device requires , please do the following:
- Power phone on with SIM card (preferably SIM card from same provider phone is locked to this is not necessary however)
- Go to Manage Connections => Turn Off all connections
- Go to Options Menu => Advanced Options => SIM Card
- Press the Menu button , select Show Keyboard (landscape)
- In the SIM card menu type MEPD or MEPPD, or hold down the SHIFT key & type MEPD, then release Shift, (no text will appear on screen while typing)
- Unlocking level screen will appear
The unlocking level screen will show you the status of each lock with the words:
- Active: This lock is active and you require the respective Blackberry MEP unlock code to remove (unlock it).
- Disabled or In-Active : This lock is inactive (unlocked) and your device does not require the unlock code for this MEP lock
Important Note: On some devices you might see a Number next to the active/inactive status, this number informs you of the number of attempts you are allowed to enter the unlock code before your Blackberry phone stops accepting any unlock requests. It is therefore imperative that you use genuine and correct unlock codes when attempting to unlock your Blackberry phones as your number of attempts are limited and if your counter reaches 0 you will not be allowed to enter the codes again !