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I tried to unlock my nokia 6500s so i could a sim card from a different service provider but a got the code wrong a few times due to wrong information. I have the correct code straight from vodafone now but a cant use it. Im told the phone would have to be sent away to fix this. Got any ideas? Cheers Jack

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Yep after the code has been entered in wrong five times the phone can only be unlocked by hardware and cable so thats why it needs to be sent away .

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