Question about Samsung Cell Phones
PUK stands for Personal Unblocking Key. This is a uniqueeight-digit code specific to your SIM card. This is required when the PINnumber to unlock your mobile phone is entered incorrectly 3 times. You are thengiven 10 attempts to enter your PUK code. If an incorrect PUK code is enteredafter the 10th attempt, you will block your SIM card permanently and willrequire a new SIM card from your mobile phone provider.
PUK codes can be obtained through the following ways -The PUK code is in your SIM card documentation Starter Pack.If you do not have this then -Please contact your phone service provider.
Your cell phone service provider can give you the PUK code once you give themyour account details and they have confirmed your identity.For details to obtain the PUK code for the SIM card, pleaseclick on this link and follow my instructions.
Posted on Feb 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The best bet is to put your original sim (d880) , but don`t lock it.
Ring the supplier for this sim explain the situation and they will unlock it for you.
Your second sim will then work in your phone , no problem!
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
Please follow the instructions carefully but if the code fails to work, then ,make no more than 4 attempts as it may lock your phone. Can you let me know how you get on with it as well please. Thanks. Please also make sure that you back up any information on your phone as in certain cases the resetting also removes your contacts from the SIM and your pictures. j700 unlock method Basically the SP lock needs to be removed before the Network lock is disabled, so if you only have SP lock on, you need to turn the Network lock back to active, disable the SP lock and then disable Network lock. A reminder 'how to' is below: Do a custom reset: *2767*2878# once this has finished rebooting turn the phone off. Next a SIM card from a different service provider needs to be pushed half in - (Push it fully in then slide it back out by about 1/2 a centimeter), Turn on the phone - you will now see an "Insert SIM" message, Now perform a full reset: *2767*3855# When the phone powers off, quickly push the SIM card fully in, and let the phone power back up. After you do the reset, check and make sure that your Network lock is active by pressing *#7465625# If it isn't active you must use this code to reactivate it: *7465625*638*00000000*00000000# Then you have to deactivate the SP lock first. To do that you need to input: *7465625*77*00000000*00000000# (this will reset the lock) Then you enter: #7465625*77*00000000# (to disable the SP lock). Then you disable the Network lock: #7465625*638*00000000#
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
please try these codes to unlock your mobile
Network Lock Status:#pw+1234567890+2# -
To get p --press * three times
to get w-press * four times
To get + -press *two times
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
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