How to Unlock a Sony Ericsson W910i

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How to Unlock a Sony Ericsson W910i
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Your Sony Ericsson W910i can be unlocked using a number of methods, and you can choose one that costs the least. You can purchase an unlock code, which has to be inserted into the phone; buy an unlock software, which you have to run from your computer while the phone is connected to the computer using a USB cable; or mail the phone to a specialised phone unlocking company.

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Use an unlock software for your Sony Ericsson W910i. You can purchase the software from GSM liberty for £13 as of 2010. Upon making the purchase, the software and instructions will be e-mailed to you. Basically, you have to connect the phone to the PC using the USB cable that came with the phone, then run the unlock software on the computer and follow the onscreen prompts to remove the network restriction.

  2. 2

    Use an unlock code purchased from website like Unlock All Cellular (will cost between £5.10 and £22.70 as of 2010). Upon making the purchase, the website will e-mail you the code. Power on the phone and press the left arrow key followed by the “*” key. Then press the left arrow key again and wait for the phone’s screen to read “Network.” Press “Select” and enter the unlock code when the screen reads, "Unlock (Net) 5" and "NCK." Your W910i will then display the message “Network unlocked” followed by “Insert SIM.”

  3. 3

    Send your phone by mail to an unlocking company like The Travel Insider. The company will unlock your phone for about £19 and will send it back within 24 hours after unlocking.

Tips and warnings

  • All the unlocking companies mentioned above provide a money-back guarantee. You can select any method according to your preference.

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