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Here are the secret codes of nokia mobile phones and will work on most of the latest nokia mobile sets. You can display the hidden information of mobile sets and troubleshoot the routine problems using these codes. Follow the list of latest nokia codes list:
Code: Action *#7780# : To restore the factory settings of mobile set
*#3283# :To verify the set Manufacturing date
*#746025625#: To stop the sim clock
*#67705646# :Use to delete the operator logo
*#73# :Use to reset game scores and phone timers
*#0000# : Use to display the mobile software version
*#06# : To display the IMEI Number of the mobile *#92702689# : To display the mobile warranty related settings
*#7760# : To display the Production serial number
*#bta0# : Use to display Bluetooth MAC address
*#9999# : Use to display the mobile software version
*#147# : If you are using Vodafone then this code will help you show the last call detail
*#2640# : To display the mobile security code
*#7328748263373738# : Apply to resets the set default security code
*#43# : To verify the call waiting status
*#2820# : To verify the Bluetooth information
*#7370# : To format the mobile phone memory
*#delset# : To delete the GPRS AND EMAIL settings
#pw+1234567890+1# : To display the lock status of mobile set
#pw+1234567890+4# : To display the lock status of your SIM
Messages & Display Issues: The display on my phone reads "Locked" or "Keyguard"
If you see the word "Keyguard" on the display of your Kyocera phone, you may have activated the keyguard feature. Press button below "Keyguard," then press 123 or the "OK" key to unlock the Keyguard feature. The phone will display "Keyguard Disabled."
Some Kyocera phones also have the phone lock feature available. If the phone lock was activated, the default lock code is 0-0-0-0 (4 zeros). When your handset is programmed with a mobile number by your Mobile Service Provider, the default lock code will change to the last 4-digits of your mobile number. To change your handset lock code, you must go to the Security menu, then select Menu > Settings > Security > Current 4-digit lock code.
Unlock Code is a manual hard-lock on handsets which requires the correct pass code to allow access to the phone's functions.
Occasionally, people purchase used handsets. Previous owners may have locked the handset and are unreachable to get the new pass code
To unlock the phone using the factory default pass code, perform the following:
1. Confirm the phone shows, Enter Unlock Code. 2. Press the MENU button. The screen will show, Enter Security. Try both. 3. Enter last 4 of PTN, unless you have changed the lock code, and press OK. OR Enter six zero's (000000) and press OK. *If successful, the screen will display, Phone Unlocked. *If unsuccessful, the screen will display "Security code is incorrect please try again."
If the you don't know the code, You will need to contact Motorola to have it re-flashed, which may incur a service charge from Motorola.
4. You now has access to use the phone’s functions. 5. Do not change the Unlock Code.
Insert ANY unaccepted SIM card in the phone and then turn the phone on, follow the steps in 1 to 4 below to enter all the codes. The phone will states "Wrong card" at the end of step 2 and "network lock deactivated" at the end of step 4 if you do everything right so pls take your time to enter the code or follow the instruction correctly at each step. When entering some of the zeros at steps 3 and 4 your phone may display the zero as hyphen or minus (-), dont worry, just count when entering the zero to ensure you enter just the right numbers of zeros. Now let's begin...1/ Put any unaccepted SIM card in your SAMSUNG SGH Phone, turn the phone on, it will display "WRONG CARD"
2/ At the wrong card screen, type *7465625*638*00000000*00000000#
3/ Now remove the battery with the SIM card, Put the battery back and turn the phone on again without the SIM card, it will display "Insert SIM card"
4/ At the insert SIM card screen/end of step 3 above type #7465625*638*00000000#
At the end of step 4 phone will show "network lock deactivated"
5/ Now Reinsert your unaccepted card or any other unaccepted SIM card in the phone and enjoy your unlocked phone!
2. Take out the SIM card from the phone.(unless it is a Nokia 6230i, you need to put a sim card from another Network in that one before you enter the code...Drahcir reminds me !!)
3.Type in the generated code in the phone
the phone will then normally reboot itself and come back on at which point it is unlocked. Try with a simcard from another network and it should accept it.
You may be asked for the security code which is 12345 (or sometimes 00000) uless you changed it or "PIN code" if the sim card itself has a security code(normally a 4 digit code supplied with the sim card) .If you enter the wrong Sim PIN 10 times you will be asked for a PUK code which you need to get from the Network.
IF you cannot remember your security code this can be reset by a shop/market or boot stallholder with the correct equipment for about £5 to £10
Further Informational Instruction:
1. To show p in the phones display - just press * three times within two seconds.
2. To show w in the phones display - just press * four times within two seconds.
3. To show + in the phones display - just press * twice within two seconds.