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Hi, the PUK code is the security code for the sim card and not the phone, now when the sim card was new you would have been given the unique PUK code written on the card the sim card was attatched to.
if you no longer have this card then the only other place you can get this code from is your service provider, all you need to do is call them and give them either the phone number of the sim card or give them the number written on the back of the sim card, they will give you this code over the phone for free.
the other option you have open to you is if you dont need to use the sim card thats asking for the PUK code then you can go out and get another sim card and this will come with its own unique PUK code.
please dont try guessing the PUK code as it can be up to 11 digits long and they are totally random so guessing is beyond the question
let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
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Three incorrect attempts will lock your SIM. And the code that you need for the locked SIM is the PUK code. SIM uses 2 PUKs (PUK1 and PUK2)
You need to find the package of the SIM and you will see that there's a sticker outside the package that has the PUK1 and PUK2. You need to use the PUK1. If there's no sticker outside the package, then check the contents.
If you could no longer find the package, then you need to contact the phone manufacturer and give them your phone number. The manufacturer will ask you some questions and will give you the PUK1 once the ownership is verified.
After typing the PUK1 code, the phone will allow you to setup a new password.
Your service provider will be able to give you this code. Do not try to guess it as if you put it in too many times incorrectly, you will fry your sim card. Call your provider and ask for the PUK code.
You bloked the Pin code that is why you have that problem, go to place were you buy that simcard and ask for puk. the sim is bloked not the phone.in some country you can get the puk code and all the detail from that card from website if the card is registredin your name and you have to know the detail's from registration