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Nokia does'nt make a 6212

Posted on Nov 05, 2008

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How to unlock my phone if i forgot the password


How to unlock Nokia C5-03 by code ? Unlocking Nokia C5-03 by code is very easy, it is also safest and non-invasive method of unlocking your phone. To get code for unlock Nokia C5-03 You need to provide IMEI number of Your Nokia. Type on keyboard *#06# or remove battery from Your Nokia C5-03 to check IMEI number. IMEI is written on the information label as shown in this picture.

To unlock Nokia is required choosing network where phone was purchased. You need to also type correct IMEI of Your phone.
Selecting the correct network and the country is very important. By choosing wrong network You will risk receiving wrong unlock code.


Read how to receive reimbursement for phones unlocking service
UNLOCK Nokia C5-03
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How to enter code in Nokia C5-03 ? If we have blocked counter we need to enter code or reset counter using USB cable by program below
How to enter Unlock code RESET COUNTER to nokia using USB cable

Code #pw+123456789012345+1# type in the following way:
1. Turn on the phone without sim card
2. Select character # on the keypad
3. Characters p, w, + get by choosing few times STAR *
4. Press # button to approve code
5. Message "SIM restriction OFF" appears, Your phone is now unlocked

WARNING!!!
You have only 3 attempts to enter the code. The last failed attempt will block the counter.

Apr 22, 2014 | Nokia C503 Cell Phone

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Network


you'll have to switch it

Sep 08, 2012 | Nokia E63 Cell Phone

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Nokia 7210 no response from host


definitively do what TBasilH said! it works!
uninstall Nokia Suite and PC Connectivty Solution, and delete Nokia Connectivity Cable Driver from Nokia folder.

after that, restart both mobile phone and computer - and it will work!!!

i have different type of nokia, but it still helped!

May 20, 2012 | Nokia 7210

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Not received any international messges, but can send them successfully


my dear,
it is a network problem.
just contact your service provider .


THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING FIXYA

Jul 29, 2011 | Nokia 6212 classic Cell Phone

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My nokia e63 shows "start-up failed contact


Make sure USB cable, Battery and charger are removed from device.
Insert USB cable, Battery back to device(make sure to have fully charged battery).
Insert Charger or Press phone's power button(if flashing doesnt start automatically)
Waiting for USB ROM device ...
CMT SYSTEM ASIC ID: 000000010000022600010006400C192101051103 [RAPIDO3G ver: 1.15]
CMT EM0 ID: 00000296
CMT EM1 ID: 00000B22
CMT PUBLIC ID: 23E0000B72A30052D437FCB9F02CF8F2EA2E22CE
CMT ASIC MODE ID: 00
CMT ROOT KEY HASH: C70CB07324056BC66A824347F40DB2D5
CMT ROM ID: 4B9B75103E691FF8
Loading CMT secondary boot code
SecondaryBoot: RAPIDOv11_2nd.fg [BB5] version: 11.14.0 revision: 2.0 size: 0x3B80
Supported Ids: 0003192101001203, 000C192101001203, 4003192101001203, 400C192101001203, 0003192101002003, 000C192101002003, 4003192101002003, 400C192101002003, 4003192101011103, 400C192101011103, 4003192101021103, 400C192101021103, 4003192101031103, 400C192101031103, 4003192101011105, 400C192101011105, 400C192101021105, 400C192101031105, 4003192101051103, 400C192101051103, 400C192101051105, 4003192101051105
eBB5ProtocolType: NEW
Secondary boot loaded.
Storage0: 0000 0000 - 0000 0000 type: RAM, asic:CMT
Storage1: FFFF 0000 - 0000 0000 type: MMC, asic:CMT
Storage2: 0020 0040 - 0000 0031 [ST NAND KAT00F00RA] type: FLASH,NOR, asic:CMT
Storage3: 0000 0001 - 0000 0000 [unused/removed] type: FLASH,NOR, asic:CMT
Storage4: 0020 0040 - 0000 0031 [ST NAND KAT00F00RA] type: FLASH,MuxOneNAND, asic:CMT
Suggested algorithm: XSR 1.5
Loading CMT update server data
Algorithm: RAPIDOv11_XSR15_alg.fg [XSR 1.5] version: 11.14.0 revision: 2.0 size: 0x8798F
Supported Ids: 0003192101001203, 000C192101001203, 4003192101001203, 400C192101001203, 0003192101002003, 000C192101002003, 4003192101002003, 400C192101002003, 4003192101011103, 400C192101011103, 4003192101021103, 400C192101021103, 4003192101031103, 400C192101031103, 4003192101011105, 400C192101011105, 400C192101021105, 400C192101031105, 4003192101051103, 400C192101051103, 400C192101051105, 4003192101051105
Update server code loaded.
FUR: Adding Asic CMT as client OK.
Reading PASUBTOC ...
SIMLOCK PA identifier:
[0] PA_SL2
[1] PA_SL
Waiting for USB device removal ...
Waiting for device boot up ...
Device connected: nmwcdnsuc\Nokia USB Flashing Generic, PORT_ID: 20D18815
Waiting for USB device removal ...
Device connected: nmwcdnsuc\Nokia USB Flashing Generic, PORT_ID: 20D18815

Jun 25, 2011 | Nokia E63 Cell Phone

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Pls tell how charge the nokia 5130 with usb cable


It's not possible. Its hard for you to see a Nokia phone that charges with USB cable. Nokia USB cables are mostly used for transferring data/files.

But Sony Ericsson and some other phones charges with USB cable.

Take care.

Dec 08, 2009 | Nokia 5130 Cellular Phone

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I loosed my access code for Nokia 1110i RH 93 code: 0543794,


hi

try this one

and dont forget the rating

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