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PUK code comes with your phone sim card when you bought it.Try locating where the whole box or package of your phone. Some sims comes with a manual and usually the puk code are written in there..Others comes like a regular size card and you have to detach the sim from there..in this card thee should be two Puk code that is written.. Hope that this info has help you in anyway..have a nice day..
I'm assuming your both on the same network? If your both tmobile customers or AT&T it should work without problems.
If not. The phone needs to be unlocked. to be used with another sim card from a different company. And to do that. Your friend can call his carrier he bought the phone from, request an unlock code, then unlock it that way, and you'll be able to use it just fine.
Only if your on either Tmobile or AT&T. No other sim cards will work.
SIM or phone lock code? If it's the phone lock code... Power off phone.
Press and hold Green, * and 3 and keep them held whilst powering on and
for a few seconds after, if kept pressed this formats without asking
for Security Code confirmation.
Resetting the Lock Code: Remove the battery and replace it after 1 hour or more. The default Lock Code should reset to "1234". If that doesn't work try the last four of your phone number.
Resetting the Security Code: The default Security Code is 12345. If this doesn't work go to your normal interface and type in "#3001*12345*. Go to the Security option, write down the number, then press "Ok". Back out of it all and it should take you back to your normal phone interface. The number your found should be your security code.