CDMA phones can have two six-digit codes; A one-time service programming code (SPC), and the master subsidy lock (MSL). The SPC can be used to activate a brand new phone onto wireless service, and it works only one time. Not all wireless carriers use the SPC code. The SPC makes it possible for a consumer to purchase the phone anywhere, call up the provider’s toll-free number, and then activate the wireless phone from the directions given by the representative on the other end of the line. After the initial programming, the SPC is no longer valid. This method enables the initial field programming of the phone by the consumer, and now the wireless provider has the knowledge of the only working programming code for your phone for subsequent programming, which is the (MSL) master subsidy lock. Once the SPC has been used, the only working programming code for the phone is the MSL. This fact is important to note, because if the phone needs to be reprogrammed for any reason, the MSL must be used. These reasons may include a phone number change, a PRL update, or a firmware upgrade. To purchase directly follow the link below. Have any questions please email us at email@example.com
MSL=Master Subsidy Lock.
- Remove “Activation Required” from your phone.
- Gain access to the CDMA Service Edit Screen.
- Reprogram to work with different PCS CDMA carrier.
- Update firm ware.
- Change Phone Number
- PRL update
Items you will need:
1. Your Meid (dec) # 18 digit (Go to options. Scroll to status find MEID(dec)
2. Phone number programmed to phone.
Check out instructions:
After you purchase a unlock code with your debit or credit card through paypal service and you are at the check out page scroll down to the “Special Instructions” box. In the special instructions box provide us with your imei #, cell phone model, and the cell phone provider the phone is locked to. Thank you.