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This phone is very old. I would recommend either replacing the battery or buying a new one.

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Hi if you've locked your phone through entering an incorrect pin number 3 times then you need a Puk code, Ring your service provider and they will give you the FREE Puk code.....

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How to Keep the Same Number to Another New TracFone By Karen Kramer eHow Contributor dfab0ea0-859e-40e7-b8db-71a67ca9f2f2.small.jpg Karen Kramer Follow Save 8 Shares & Saves fotolia_1094058_xs.jpgFotolia.com">girl talking on cell phone image by Tammy Mobley from <a href='http://www.fotolia.com'>Fotolia.com</a> According to TracFone's website, TracFone's simple "No Contract" service has made it the largest prepaid cell phone service in America and the fourth largest cell phone company in the world. Their convenient, no-fuss service and cheap phones also make it easy to upgrade your cell phone and keep the same phone number without losing your prepaid minutes.
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  • Open the battery compartment on your new TracFone and install the new battery by lining up the connectors and snapping in place. Replace the battery cover.
  • Plug your new phone into a standard wall outlet using the A/C charger cord that came with your new phone. Press the "ON" button or the red phone icon button to turn on your new phone.
  • Look at the screen to see if there is a signal icon, insuring you are receiving a signal. You can complete your number transfer online without receiving a signal. However, it will not be reflected on your new phone until you are in an area that receives a signal.
  • Turn on your computer and go to www.tracfone.com. Click on the green "Activate" button.
  • Click on the "Transfer Number" button under the "Activate/Reactivate" tab. Click on the "Existing TracFone Customer" button. Click on the "Activate my TracFone with a number transferred from another TracFone" option.
  • Click on the picture that represents your new TracFone to select that model. Hit the "Enter" key. Click on the picture that represents your old Tracfone to select that model. Hit the "Enter" key.
  • Click on the "Menu" button on your new TracFone. Click on the "PrePaid" section of your new TracFone and scroll to the "Serial Number" button. Click on "Serial Number." Type in the new phone serial number in the form on your computer screen. Some Tracfones may call the serial number ESN, IMEI or MEID numbers. Type in a nickname for your new phone.
  • Click on the "Menu" button on your old TracFone. Click on the "PrePaid" section of your old TracFone and scroll to the "Serial Number" button. Click on "Serial Number". Type in the old phone serial number in the form on your computer screen. Type in your TracFone number. Click on the "Submit" button.
  • Click on the "Menu" button, then the "PrePaid" button and then scroll to "Code Entry Mode" and hit "Select."
  • Press the " * " key, then the " # " key and the numbers " 3 " and " 0 ", then press the "OK" button. Your phone screen should display "Parameter 30" and a number. Enter the number you see on your computer in the boxes labeled "Enter the code here" and "Confirm the code."
  • Press the "OK" button again on your old TracFone. Enter " *#0." Press the "OK" button. Your phone screen will display "Parameter 00" and then a number. Enter the number on your computer in the boxes labeled "Enter the code here" and "Confirm the code."
  • Press "OK" then "BACK" and then the red "END/POWER" button on your old phone to return to main "MENU."
  • Click the "YES" button to confirm the number of minutes and days available to transfer to your new TracFone.
  • Turn your new TracFone OFF and then ON again. You will have to wait for up to one hour for the minutes to transfer.


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Hard reset the phone to factory

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Hi Lawrence,

You can contact your service provider: http://bit.ly/1S15EhG

Suny
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Hi,

You can try doing a factory data reset (FDR), you can follow this steps https://motorola-global-en-usa.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/66826

Best regards,
Marvin.
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There's several options on Amazon:
Amazon com V220 Batteries Battery Packs Accessories Cell Phones Accessories

And this from Interstate Batteries (they have batteries for everthing, not just automotive):
Interstate Batteries Detail Cellphone Page Battery replacement for various...


Be careful with Amazon though. Some of those super cheap ones are very poor counterfeits from China or rejects and may catch fire. You truly get what you pay for with stuff like this.

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Hi Jamie Mitchell,

Unfortunately, there is no way to transfer the texts messages since they are storage in the phone. What you can do is sending (forwarding) the texts messages to the other device you want to copy them to.

Best regards,
Suny
Motorola Support

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For your phone any phone store for your lap top micro center or order on line.

Btw, I’m available to help over the phone in case u need at https://www.6ya.com/expert/reuben_09f18ea112b9b936

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Hi,

In this link you can find how to connect the hands-free so it can work as you need it.

Regards,

Maya
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Hi Jerry,

If you forget your SIM lock, PUC, or call barring password, contact your service provider.

Regards,

Maya
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Hi,

We recommend you to contact your carrier for you to get that PUK code.

Regards
Suny
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Having lots of logic in your views is a huge anti-pattern. Don't do it. It's hard to test, it's hard to find, it's hard to write sandwiched in between the HTML... Just don't.
Instead, your views should contain HTML, variables that turn into HTML, and calls to helper methods that generate HTML - or whatever your final output format is. There should be no logic in there to test. No conditionals, no loops, no non-display methods. If you add an output format, there should be no code to repeat because all the interesting data transforms already happened, and no other output format cares about your HTML-only helpers. Right?
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Call tracfone at 1-800 867-7183

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easy just click activate pbs

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Truecaller app would help you at best, with not only letting you know of unknown callers but also block unwanted calls and sms

Though for permanently blocking the call to your number from any specific one, you need to talk to your service provider

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Hi Nurul Haque,

You can go ahead and check Online Stores/retailers.

Best regards,
Suny
Motorola Support

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