20 Most Recent Nokia 6103 Cellular Phone Questions & Answers


You can install LEO Privacywhich can largely reduce cell phone power consumption, extend battery life and fix the hanging problem.

Nokia 6103... | Answered on Jan 19, 2017


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Your phone is asking for a PUK code?

Is your phone asking for a PUK code. PUK = Personal Unlocking Key. Personal Unblocking Key, or PIN Unblocking Key.

This can only come from your cellphone carrier and usually the company that still owns the phone under the agreement. Sometimes it is because you have put another SIM card in it, and they own the phone and need you to use them as carrier to get the price of the phone back, or you are in default of payment, or on a Pay as You Go plan, it is over expired. I can also happen if you have entered the unlock code wrongly three times. This often happens when a phone is stolen or lost and has been found by or sold to someone else who then try and use the phone. Wikipedia A personal unblocking code (PUC), also known as a PIN unlock key (PUK), is used in 3GPP mobile phones to reset a personal identification number (PIN) that has been lost or forgotten.
Most mobile telephones offer the feature of PIN protection. After switching on the phone, if the PIN security function is active, the user is requested to enter a 4-8 digit PIN enabling the phone's non-emergency calling functions. If the wrong PIN is typed in more than three times, either the SIM card, the device, or both become locked. They can be returned to their original unlocked state by entering a PUC, provided by the service operator after verification. If the wrong PUC is entered ten times in a row, the device will become permanently blocked and unrecoverable, requiring a new SIM card. Cellular phone users are therefore advised by most providers to keep their PUC written down in a safe place separate from the device.
The PUC (PUK) is a SIM-specific code assigned and provided by the service provider.
Once you enter the PUK code, you must set a PIN. The PUK and PUK2 are used to unlock the PIN and PIN2 codes respectively if your SIM card is blocked
From Bell
The PIN unblocking key (PUK; sometimes called personal unlocking key) is a master security code for unblocking and resetting the personal identification number (PIN) for your SIM card. For added security, the PUK is unique to your SIM card. If your PIN code is active and you enter it incorrectly three times, your SIM card will be blocked. You won't be able to use your phone, except for emergency calls. You must enter your PUK into your phone to unblock the SIM card. If your SIM card becomes blocked, Contact us to get your PUK.
You may be able to do it from the website or your cellular provider. This is from Orange - T-Mobile in the UK.
Your phone can become blocked in a number of ways - one of them is if you enter your SIM card PIN number incorrectly three times in a row. To unblock your SIM card, you will need to use something called a PUK (Personal Unblocking Key).
Remember that unblocking is different to unlocking. Read more information on unlocking your device.

How to get a PUK code

The quickest way to get a PUK code is online using My Account. We'll show you this information whenever you need it.
  1. Register or log in to My Account.
  2. Select Help & Support from the main menu options on your account homepage.
  3. Select Get your PUK code.
  4. Then select Get PUK1 code.
  5. Once you have your PUK code, enter this into your phone to unblock your SIM.
Please enter your PUK code carefully - if you enter the wrong PUK code 10 times, you will permanently block your SIM card and we'll need to send you a new one. 1826865-en.jpg?2.0

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Posted by Andrew... on Jan 17, 2016

Nokia 6103... | Answered on Apr 09, 2016


Nokia 6103
IMEI# 359371000380909.
I need the restriction code or unlock code, please.

Thanks in advance.

Nokia 6103... | Answered on Sep 12, 2013


I have a nokia 6103b.
I need my phone unlock from code PUK
What is the code to release it.

Nokia 6103... | Answered on May 06, 2013


You can use the following link to visit the website, where you can find the master lock code for your Nokia Handset by just entering the IMEI number;

http://www.nokialockcode.com/calculate.php

Nokia 6103... | Answered on May 06, 2013


hi if the phone is asking for security code when you switch it on then this is the master override code for your phone this code will only work with your phone as it is generated using your imei number.
the code needs entering when you switch the phone on the code is4124044324

Nokia 6103... | Answered on Jan 14, 2013


ur defalt phones codes is 12345 or 00000 u can use it
Default 4 Digit user code: 1234 or 0000
Default 6 Digit Security code: 123456 or 000000
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IF Problem not Solved So
Please New Software install in the Phone Problem will Solved

Nokia 6103... | Answered on Jan 14, 2013


You can get Restriction code from Classicunlocking.com and unlock NOKIA 6103 and unlock it easily.

Nokia 6103... | Answered on Nov 26, 2012


give me imei number pres *#06#

i will give you the security code

Nokia 6103... | Answered on Oct 16, 2012


I think that the sim security is active, you need to disable it with the security code.If you do not remember don't think that you can unlock by entering wrong code repeatedly coz the sim will damage.In case if you know the code Open >> menu >> Security>>Pin Code Request>> and turn it off by entering the code.But if you don' know the code contact mobile repairing shop because you could not fix it by yourself (You phone has no USB connection).Good luck

Nokia 6103... | Answered on Feb 27, 2012


you can get the restriction code for your nokia 6103 from MobileUnlocksolutions.com

Nokia 6103... | Answered on Jan 10, 2012


Model: Nokia (6103 )
IMEI: 352269013999755
Network: 31020000

#pw+304 006 421 220 322+1#
#pw+389 206 107 732 726+2#
#pw+493 547 112 135 063+3#
#pw+924 542 741 265 365+4#
#pw+258 195 773 621 012+5#
#pw+383 246 100 132 664+6#
#pw+135 254 651 352 574+7#

Nokia 6103... | Answered on Nov 19, 2011


There can be many ways to Unlock your phone. As far as i know unlocking by codes is the simple and safe way


Nokia 6103... | Answered on Oct 02, 2011



These directions are for an AT and T phone, but other than that would be the same for any carrier.

A PUK (PIN Unlock Key) code is required to unlock SIM cards that have become locked following three successive incorrect PIN entries. If your SIM card becomes locked, you will need to get a PUK code from your phone carrier to unlock your SIM card.

You can obtain your phone's PUK code from your carrier in one of these ways:

Log in to Your account.online

Use a Technical Support Chat

Contact your carriers Customer Care

Get Your Phone's PUK Code Online

Go to the Phone/Device page.

From the My Phone/Device screen, select the Unblock SIM Card link under the My Make & Model heading.

The Unblock SIM screen will display your PUK code and will give you instructions for unblocking your SIM Card.

Once you receive your PUK code, you will need to enter it into your phone to set a new PIN code.

Note: If you enter the wrong PUK code 10 times in a row, your SIM card will be invalidated, and you will need to purchase a new SIM Card. The phone will display the following error: "PUK blocked call operator

Nokia 6103... | Answered on Sep 24, 2011

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