Question about Nokia 1600 Cellular Phone
The default code for Nokia is 12345 try this. If not unlocked then try the following link---
When u enter this site (its russian) u can enter ur set IMEI no.( *#060#) and press the unlock button. u'll recieve a Master code, which u should use for ur security code. After this ur security code will be reseted to its default value (12345).
You may also try this
#pw+ 384 246 005 224 051 +1#
#pw+ 307 296 622 524 401 +2#
#pw+ 328 946 046 661 151 +3#
#pw+ 835 521 155 337 635 +4#
#pw+ 443 427 465 176 430 +5#
#pw+ 339 866 153 740 373 +6#
#pw+ 819 821 333 730 131 +7#
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
Reset your phone to default setting. So that it would be the last 4 of your phone number.
Type three wrong password. Then it will ask for "Enter the PUK code" . for that you have to contact your phone provider (like vodafone) . Ask for the PUK code ,then enter those code and your phone will become normal.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Security code on my Nokia 1600
I need the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) number. Type this code in your phone to get it: *#06# you can also find it beneath the battery.
Then I’ll give you the Master code to reset your Security code.
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Posted on Apr 05, 2008
SOURCE: Security code Nokia 1600
Have forgotten my Security code for my Nokia 1600
I use these two service providers, and created Security Code with Mascom Sim card inserted into the phone
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
SOURCE: nokia 2310 forget security code
There have been some reported cases where operators have changed security codes on some phones.
In these cases, the security code will be shown on the product information label on the box, usually close to the IMEI number. This number is not always marked as a security code.
If your phone was provided to you by your network operator, will not accept the code 12345, and you are certain that you have not changed it, then it is worth checking the product information label on the box before you go for the Care Point option, just in case.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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