Question about Cell Phones
Comment by Raysagem, posted on Mar 07, 2008
If you need the SIM Pin number to switch the phone on, then you have to enter any Pin number 4/5 times, then the phone will request a PUK number. This number was on the plastic card that your SIM card was attached to. If you don't have it, only your Network Service Provider can supply it to you.
March of this year you helped someone with a phonelock problem and wrote:
....If it's the Security code you need, to get into certain settings IE. erasing received calls, missed calls, timers etc... the Nokia default is 12345 if you didn't change it, but if you did change it and you've forgotten it, let me know, I'll tell you how to retrieve it. CAN YOU PLEASE TELL ME HOW TO RETRIEVE IT? My simcard is the only one that can be used on my N70 and N95. Please help me with so unnaturrally blond action. Greats, Orlanda
My nokia n70 has locked...plz i need n70 puk code
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
This is to retrieve your MMC pin number:
You can recover the password for MMC card. The best way is to download a file manager to your phone. I use Best Fileman for my N70, from http://www.smartphoneware.com/ It’s for series 60and 40. The trial version should be enough, it’s only £5.60 anyway.
In the file manager (when installed on your phone) you’ll find under; C:\System\mmcstore (mmcstore is the file you’re looking for).
You have to rename that file; mmcstore.txt then send it to another mobile (best way) or your PC via Bluetooth or USB, open it on the other phone or PC, and your password will be revealed.
To avoid a file conflict, rename the file; mmcstore.txt to just; mmcstore because there might be another file named; mmcstore.txt on your phone. To view your password (Pin) rename one or the other; mmcstore1.txt one is for your phone Pin number the other your MMC card.
To retrieve your SIM card pin number you have to use the PUK number and reset the pin number. As far as I know the SIM pin cannot be retrieved. The PUK number is available from your service provider.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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