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Well, the first thing you need to realise when you read this, is that your puk code is a personolized code. This code is unique to your phone, thus, there is no standard code you can type in.
The only way that you can reteive your code is to have a look on the package which your sim card came in. Your Puk and default pin should be stated clearly on the card.
Otherwise, you need to call your service provider from a sim which is from the same provider. This is a toll free number, thus, you will not be charged. Explain to the assistant that you need to retreive your puk code. They will ask you your phone number and give you your puk.
Once you have your puk code, you will be able to reset your pin code.
Actually PUK is different for all SIM's for PUK you need contact network operator with number of which you want PUK code(you call to customer care from any others number who have same network operator. Dont enter wrong PUK more than 10times
The PUK is a unique number that is assigned to your SIM card. Your SIM is blocked not the phone. If you try another SIM in the phone it should work just fine. In order for you to unlock your SIM, you need to check the papers that you got with your SIM card, the PUK1 and PUK2 should be on that paper. When your phone is security code lock usually you need the PUK2 to unlock it but some phones use the PUK1 to unlock it, you'll need to get this information from your service provider. If you don't have the papers for the SIM you'll need to contact your service provider for the PUK, some companies may require you to verify that you are the owner before they provide it to you.