I got a Nokia 5310 for my girl and the phone is locked - to an expensive network which we didnt realise at the time. The imi is 356419021079720 if you could help with the unlock code you would make a little girl very happy. My email address is email@example.com Thank you for your help
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When you place a new or a existing SIM card from another phone provider into your mobile phone and it asks for a Security code then :- This phone is locked to the original mobile phone provider. You need to contact this mobile provider to ask for the unlock code (security code) for this phone. You need to provide proof of ownership etc and the phone's unique IMEI number which is located inside the phone under the battery. They use this number to generate the unlock code for your phone. They should provide you with instructions on how to enter this code into the phone. Once you unlock the phone, then you can insert a new SIM card in this phone or sign up with another phone provider using this phone. You could ring the phone provider and ask for the unlock security code because you are going overseas and wish to use your phone with a prepaid SIM card from another country. This maybe a free service. The other way to get your phone unlock is to use a phone unlocking company on the Internet, they usually charge a couple of Dollars for their services.Use Google and search for "Security unlocking code” in your area. You can also try this WEB site. www.unlock-free.com/nokia-master
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To find a working unlocking code for your handset, you need three
pieces of info; its brand/model number, the network, and the IMEI code.
Here's how to find them.
Brand and model number. Chances are you
already know this, as it's likely to be written on the handset, it's
box, and any documentation you got when you bought it, so I'll move on.
The network. This is simply the network the phone's currently locked to, not the one you want to get on.
The IMEI. The
International Mobile Equipment Identity is a unique number given to all
mobile phones, which gets marked as invalid when phones are reported
lost or stolen. To find your IMEI, simply type *#06# into your handset, and note down the number that appears.
You need to call T-Mobile Costumer Care and you have to use an account with them that has being active
for at least three months then you will need the IMEI. they will also ask for an
e-mail but you do not nessesary need that also they will tell you you
need all this but ther truth is that if you keep calling them you will
get a representative that does not know and will unblock it for you
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There is a long answer and a short answer to your question. The short answer is to find someone willing to do it for you for a fee (try Ebay or Craigslist, usually $20 or so plus shipping).
The long answer is to learn a LOT about phones, obtain (somehow) the software the engineers at Nokia use, find (somehow) a hack to unlock it, find (somehow) a new flash and flex package to install, and install it yourself. I did this with my Motorola Razr, and while I was eventually successful, it most definitely would have been worth the $20 to have someone do it for me.