No, because as the signal sent through the cell phone is wireless, and as the signal is sent farther it changes. The signal from the remote is "coded" to only unlock one car. The range of the remote's signal is only a few miles. Another answer I tend to disagree and say yes. Where i live security is a huge issue and because of the crime literally everything is done via cellphone. Car alarms, car locks, house lights, house alarms, even the pool pump can all be switched on and off via your cellphone anywhere in the world where there is cellphone signal.
"Sending failed" almost always means your phone cannot get a strong enough signal. This could be because it is too far from the nearest signal tower, or that it is too old and needs to be replaced.
the sounds would travel through your ear then sending a signal to the brain
I have the same problem sooo annoying
Yes. I'm afraid you do. The signal still sends and even if their phone is turned off,, the phone collects the data and is on their phone, even if it is switched off!
How do u unlock sci phone 168
Some Logitech remotes come with docking stations for their touchscreen remotes.
Unlock a cricket zte phone
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Call them and have a phone line put in. Faxes work by sending information over a phone line. Check with them first if the fax will work, or if they require some sort of filter on the phone line. Phone lines through a cable company have a history of having trouble with fax machines - the digital signal has trouble relaying the communication signal of a fax machine.
By sliding the unlock button ;)
Have you tried Star-Unlock?