What should you think if you found numbers locked in your wife's cell phone?
Second-guessing your spouse is the worst thing you can do. Many people lock important numbers into their cell phone and I've done it, but I'm sure not cheating on my husband. I can never understand why people simply don't have better communication skills as it would make their lives far less complicated. One night while you are sitting around with your wife ask her why she locks those numbers in. If she wonders if you are accusing her of cheating simply say "No, but I just wondered why it was such a good idea to do so." Don't accuse ANYONE of anything until you have the facts. If you have good reason to believe she is cheating then you can follow her one night. I did this with my first husband and found out he was cheating and that's when I lowered the boom! Good luck!
Can you change or spoof the IMEI of an unlocked GSM phone in order to use it with a SIM card that's locked to a different phone?
A SIM is not "locked to a phone" -- the phone is locked to use only SIMs for a specific network. In other words, any SIM will work in any unlocked phone. A locked phone will work with any SIM from the network it is locked to. Changing the IMEI (which is rumoured to be possible, but I am not sure) wouldn't make any difference -- if the phone is unlocked, you can already use…
Blackberry 8900 is there a way to change IMEI or could someone find you a mep number its blocked as it is stolen?
IMEI numbers are like identity codes that are unique to each GSM phone. This cannot be changed nor can be deleted. And if a phone is reported as stolen, then even if the unlock code is correct, you still cannot use it unless the owner of the phone calls to his/her service provider to which the phone is locked to and report to them that the phone is already found.