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HI If you are asking for pin contact your service provider , he will give you a default pin . If you try pin more than few predefined no of times your phone will ask PUK code which can also be given only by your service provider which is specific for each and every mobile number . Donot try PUK code many times or else your sim will be blocked and you will need a new sim. Contact your sim customer care department over phone.
It asks you for the PUK code, when you have enter a password wrong to many times call your service provider of another phone and tell them your mobile number and a few details and they will give you the PUK CODE...
Yes I believe so. Most phones these days store all the numbers in the phone and you must manually transfer them to the sim card. Then by putting the sim card in your new phone you will have your numbers. You can generally then transfer the numbers to your new phone, as it is handy to have them in more places than less. This way you have the freedom to change sim cards but always have access to those numbers for example.
hi mari...sa pilipinas ka pla?..san ka sa pilipinas?..anyway, bout sa prob. mo..bkit ndi mo tignan sa manual ng sim card mo?..sure ako, nandun lahat ng number ng sim card, puk1, puk2.. kaya imposibleng ndi mo mabubuksan yan..